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RODION ZAMURUEV

Rodion Zamuruev, violin

The violinist Rodion Zamuruev was born in 1969 and studied under Irina Botchkova at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, from where he graduated in 1993 and where he now teaches. He made his first concert appearances at the age of seven and is now actively engaged in a career as a soloist and in chamber music, with performances in major cities in Russia and throughout Europe. In 1997 he was declared Laureate of the National Violinists' Competition and enjoyed similar success at the Swiss town of Sion in the 1998 Tibor Varga Competition. He holds the David Oistrakh Grant of the Mstislav Rostropovich Fund. With impeccable technical command and musicianship, Rodion Zamuruev boasts an extensive and varied repertoire and has a particular interest in music of the twentieth century.


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