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Nikita Koshkin

Nikita Koshkin
(b. 1951) - Russian composer and guitarist. Born in Moscow on 28 February 1956. For classical guitar came through a fascination with rock music, his favoritism Tami group were YES and Led Zeppelin. In school, began to study guitar with his friends organized in the school band. At age 14, determined to master the instrument to perfection and to continue training professional, enrolled in a music school. Classes classical guitar rock craze pushed into the background, and Nikita fully captured the world his new guitar. After two years of studying at a music school, he continued studying guitar and composition at the Music School. The October Revolution. His teacher for guitar at the time was George Ivanovitch Emanov.
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Nikolai Komolyatov

Nikolai Komolyatov
(born in 1942) - one of the best modern guitarists, singers, and teacher. Honored Artist of the Russian Federation. In the years 1962-70. studied at the school, and then in the Institute. Gnesinyh in the class of the famous Russian guitarist AM Ivanov-Archaeology. He graduated from the Ural State Conservatory. Mussorgsky. From the opening guitar class in the PAM them. Gnesinyh works as a teacher, having prepared over the years a lot of the winners of various competitions. He is currently a professor of guitar class of the Russian Academy of Music. Gnesinyh.

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Leonid Karpov

Leonid Karpov
(born June 9, 1951 in Voronezh) - Russian guitarist, singer and teacher. Laureate of international competitions. In 1975 he graduated from the Kiev Conservatory. PI Tchaikovsky class lecturer YG Puchalski in 1987 - post-graduate studies at the Leningrad Conservatory. NA Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory under the guidance of prof. AB Shalova. He taught at the Voronezh College of Music and the Art Institute. Since 1983 - the guitarist-singer in Lenkontserte (now - St. Petersburg concert). Guitar teacher, St. Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts and the St. Petersburg State Conservatory. NA Rimsky-Korsakov.

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Mikhail Yablokov

Mikhail Yablokov
Russia's guitarist, teacher, writer and historian guitar. A teacher of the Tyumen Music School on guitar. Equally good command of both the six-and seven-string guitar. The first guitar lessons received from the VA Mashoshina and mastered the basics of musical notation with MI Zhludovym. Professionally studied music in Sverdlovsk, where he arrived in 1971: graduated from the Sverdlovsk Music School and worked for a while at the conservatory. On the second formation - a historian, candi-dates of historical sciences (1999). 

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Vladimir Tervo

Vladimir Tervo
Russia's guitarist. Born in the city of Novokuznetsk (Kuzbass, Kemerovo region). He began to study guitar at the self-taught guitarist Nikolai Fedorovich Fomin in Novokuznetsk. According to Vladimir Tervo is NF Fomin introduced him to the world of guitar. Vladimir was in high school (at the time he was 11 years old), when a man came to him and said that he was working at a music school and is looking for students. "He was with a guitar, an instrument he picked up, played some kind of play, and I fell in love with the guitar. Had this not happened, I would not be a musician".

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Vyacheslav Shirokov

Vyacheslav Shirokov
Russia's guitarist. Honored Artist of Russia (1983). Diploma of the All-Union competition of performers (1970) and the All-Russian competition of folk music (1972). The first recital in the fall of 1969. He was born and lives in Nizhny Novgorod (before 1990 - Gorky). Although it has a musical background, but has mastered the guitar itself. It is said the musician, "My teachers were books about music and musicians, music broadcast and record". In 1970, at the IV All-Union competition of performers awarded the diploma of the competition. In 1972 he won the same title at the All-Russia competition of folk music.

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Viktor Kozlov

Viktor Kozlov
Russian guitarist, composer and music teacher. Lives and works in Chelyabinsk (Russia). Honored Artist of the Russian Federation (1997), Professor (2000). Winner of the I-st prize of the First Regional Competition of Russian folk-based instruments in Chelyabinsk (1988), winner of the International Competition for Composers (Esztergom - Hungary, 1989), the student of the All-Russian competition of folk instruments (Nizhny Novgorod, 1990) . He returned from 8 years (Chelyabinsk Children's Music School 2, teacher SH Muhatdinov). In the years 1979-92. studied at the Chelyabinsk College of Music in guitar, parallel, he studied composition in the class YE Halperin. In 1988, he graduated from the Urals State Conservatory (VM Derun). He has participated in many guitar competitions and festivals in Russia and abroad. He gave solo concerts in Moscow, Minsk, Bishkek, Voronezh, Kharkov, St. Petersburg, Chelyabinsk, Yekaterinburg, Tomsk, Novosibirsk, Surgut, etc..

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Igor Rekhin

Igor Rekhin
famous Russian composer. Honored Artist of Russia (1999), a member of the Composers' Union of Russia, a member of the World Association of guitarists.
From 1962 to 1965 he studied at the State Musical Pedagogical Institute. Gne-sinyh in Moscow in the composition class at Arama Khachaturian, and then continued professional education, Vladimir Tsitovich and Alexandra Pena-Chernoff in classes of theory and composition at the Leningrad Conservatory, where He graduated in 1968. Since 1968 lives in Moscow. In 1970 he was admitted to the Soyuz Soviet Composers. From 1970 to 1977 he taught the history of foreign music, polyphony, harmony arrangements at the Moscow State Pedagogical Institute in absentia.

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Vladimir Dotsenko

Vladimir Dotsenko
Ukrainian guitarist, conductor and music teacher. Born into a family of musicians. As a child engaged in the violin and the guitar. He entered the School of Music, guitar, violin studies continued in parallel in the music school. The final choice made in favor of the guitar. In 1981 he graduated from the Kharkov State Musical College. BM Liatoshynsky (guitar class teaching of Tell Petrova VK). In the same year he entered the Institute of the Gnesins (Class A.K.Frauchi). In 1986, as a student of the fifth year, won the II prize at the 3rd All-Russian competition in spite of folk music in the city of Tula, Russia (I prize was not awarded). In the third round of the competition played "Havana concert" for guitar and orchestra by Igor Rekhin. In 1990 he won the International Guitar Competition (Krakow, Poland).

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Vladimir Dubovitckiy

Vladimir Dubovitckiy
Vladimir Dubovitckiy (b. 1941) - Rus-sian guitarist. Learned to play the guitar in the city of Orenburg. After the Army, he graduated from the advanced training of teachers and heads of groups and ensembles of guitarists at the House of amateur performances in Moscow.

Since 1961, for many years engaged in teaching activities in the House of educators Tagansky district. As a composer and arranger, is published in the printed music publishing since 1966. In 1974, he won the contest. VV Andreev.


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Alexey Zimakov

Alexey Zimakov
Russia's guitarist. Laureate of international competitions, the teacher of the Tomsk Regional Music School named after Edison Denisov. The first guitar lessons from my father, whom he considers his "first and heads-tion teacher in music," even though he was not a professional musician-tion. He graduated from the Tomsk musical externally-ing School (1988). Went to college Gnesins (Russian Academy of Music) in Moscow in the class N. Komolyatova. In the late 80's Tomsk record TV shows young virtuoso, where he performed his own arrangement for guitar and piano rondo-finale, "Campanella" from the Second Violin Concerto Paganini.

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Michael Goldort

Michael Goldort
Russian classical guitarist. Born in 1966 in Novosibirsk. His teacher at the music school was honored teacher of Russian Yuri Petrovich Kuzin. In 1984-1991 he was a student at the Novosibirsk State Conservatory. Glinka. Since 1987 he has participated in many All-Russian and international festivals (Moscow, Poltava, Donetsk, Chelyabinsk, etc.). In 1990, he became a student of the 4th All-Russian competition of folk music (Nizhny Novgorod). In the same year he was awarded the Grand Prix at the National Guitar Festival in Novosibirsk. In 1992, Michael Goldort represented Russia at the International Guitar Festival in Lambach (Austria), where his game was highly praised by renowned guitarist Alvaro Pierre and festival organizer Henry Nusco, according to whom "Michael Goldort is one of the most virtuosic guitarists Russia".

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Vadim Chebanov

Vadim Chebanov
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".

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Dmitry Illarionov

Dmitry Illarionov
- one of the most talented guitarists of the modern Russian, who despite his youth is already being called "a virtuoso of extra class." He was born on November 19, 1979 in Chisinau, where shortly before the birth of Dmitry came to work in Moscow by his parents. At the age of seven years began studying classical guitar. According to him, this passion has come "by itself" as a family of musicians has never been. Initially he studied with teachers Valery Emelyanov and Elena Bondarenko Anatolevny in Chisinau, and then, after returning to the 1991 family to Moscow, he studied under the direction of Oleg Nazarenko Vitalievitch (pupil AM Ivanov-Kramskoy).

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Eugene Finkelstein

Eugene Finkelstein
Russian guitarist. Born in Moscow in 1972. At age 11, began studying classical guitar at the AK Frautschi. In 1991 he graduated from the Moscow Music School. October Revolution, where he studied with composer and guitarist Nikita Koshkin. In 1996, Eugene Finkelstein graduated from the Russian Acad-demiyu of Music in the class of Professor Alexander Frautschi. From March 1996 to August 1997 he studied with Eugene Camille Arturovich Frautschi. Graduate studies in AK Frautschi.


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Anastasia (Stanislava) Bardina

Anastasia (Stanislava) Bardina
was born in Moscow on February 14, 1962 Doing a guitar began five years. She studied at the School of Music and the School. Gnesinyh (1977-1981), the pedal Gogh LA Menri class of seven-string guitar, and in 1989 graduated from the Academy of Music. Gnesinyh in AK Frautschi, under whose leadership has mastered the six-string guitar, using his same seven-stringed instrument. In 1986, she won III All-Russian competition of excipients used in the folk of the tool in the city of Tula, and in 1988 - the international competition in Poland.


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