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Anton Baranov was born in 1984 in the northwest region of Russia. He started playing guitar at the age of ten and completed his musical education in the oldest and the famous Russian school of music, the St Petersburg State Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory. As a student he received grants from the Russian Ministry of Culture and from the Russian Performing Arts Foundation. He has won more than fifteen prizes in guitar competitions around the world, including the highly prestigious Koblenz guitar competition in Germany, the Andrés Segovia competition in Spain, the Barrios competition in Paraguay and the Pittaluga competition in Italy. The culmination of his competition career was winning both the Guitar Foundation of America and Francisco Tárrega Competitions, moving him into the ranks of the leading classical guitarists of today. Currently he teaches at the St Petersburg Conservatory.

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