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Vadim Chebanov (b. 1971)
Vadim Chebanov

Vadim Chebanov (born in 1971) - a Russian player. Laureate of international competitions. He was born in Gatchina, Leningrad Region. Playing the guitar began at the age of 10 years. From 1986 to 1990 he studied at the Leningrad Music School. MP Mussorgsky at VV Yampolsky. From 1990 to 1995 - at the Russian Academy of Music. Gnesinyh in the class of Professor A. Frautschi, where he was a scholarship fund to support young talents of the President of Russia, from 1997 to 1999, there is - as an assistant trainee. In 1992 he became a student of B. Chebanov III International Competition "Spring Guitar" (Printemps de la Guitarre), held in Belgium. In 1994 he received the 1st prize and the Grand Prix at the 2nd International Competition "Cup of the North", and in 1995 - 1st prize and the Grand Prix with the presentation of the Spanish guitar master on the 3rd international competition "Guitar in Russia".

Since 1997, Vadim Chebanov is a soloist of the Moscow Philharmonic Association (Moskontsert), the guitarist has an active concert activities in the country and abroad, both solo and in collaboration with other musicians. He has given concerts in Italy, Ireland, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, as well as in the countries of the CIS. In addition to the programs of classical chamber music for guitar solo and in ensembles Vadim Chebanov also performs a lot of music and other genres, such as cooperating with famous jazz guitarist Roman Miroshnichenko, an ensemble of "Indian Summer", pop singer-tion Malini A. and B. Tsiganova. Together with Ivan Smirnov and Roman Miroshnichenko plays "Russian guitar trio". He participated and took notes for numerous other television and radio programs.


 


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