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JULIA DEYNEKA

The Russian violist Julia Deyneka studied studied at the Moscow Conservatory before continuing her studies with Felix Schwartz at the Rostock Musikhochschule. In 2005 Daniel Barenboim invited her to become principal viola of the Berlin Staatskapelle, a position she still holds. She is active internationally as a soloist and chamber musician, and has performed at the music festivals in Schleswig-Holstein, Salzburg, Annecy, Kronberg, Jerusalem and Utrecht. Her onstage partners have included such musicians as Pinchas Zuckerman, Nikolaj Znaider, Gidon Kremer and Denis Matsuev. In 2010 she performed the Schnittke Viola Concerto with the Berlin Staatskapelle and Andris Nelsons in the Berlin Philharmonie. Since 2006 she has been a professor at the Academy of Music in Seville.

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