VLADIMIR FEDOSEEV 

 Fedoseyev Vladimir Ivanovich (born in 1932) - is a soviet and russian conductor, teacher, Professor. Artistic Director and chief conductor of the Tchaikovsky Symphony orchestra since 1974. People's artist of the USSR (1980). Laureate of the USSR state prize (1989) and the Glinka state prize of the RSFSR (1970).

   Full Chevalier of the order of merit for the Fatherland. He is an active concert performer and collaborates with the world's leading orchestras.  The conductor's extensive repertoire includes works from different eras - from ancient music to contemporary works. A special direction in the work - Opera productions.   He directed productions of Tchaikovsky's operas "Tales of Tsar Saltan", "Queen of Spades" in Milan's "La Scala"; operas "snow maiden", "Eugene Onegin" in the Paris hall "Pleyel"; staged "Carmen", "Boris Godunov" and "Magic Mandarin" in the Vienna Opera. He is the Director of Berlioz's rarely performed Opera Benvenuto Cellini, Rubinstein's Opera Demon and many others. Initiator of various charity projects for the purpose of cultural education and support of talented youth.

Conductor Vladimir Fedoseyev

Grand Symphony orchestra named after P.I. Tchaikovsky

Orchestra under the baton of V. Fedoseyev

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