News ID: 133913
Published: 0727 GMT December 29, 2015

Russian Paganini to hold four concerts

Russian Paganini to hold four concerts

Noted violinist Maxim Viktorovich Fedotov, known as Russian Paganini, will take part in four concerts in Iran.

Invited by Iranian maestro Ali Rahbari, the director of the Tehran Symphony Orchestra, Viktorovich Fedotov will arrive in Iran next week, Mehr News Agency reported.

Viktorovich Fedotov is a famous Russian violinist, conductor and the son of the conductor Viktor Fedotov.

He studied at the Special Music School in Leningrad and then at the Moscow Conservatory. Fedotov was also the chief conductor of Russian Symphony Orchestra (2003–2005).

He has appeared in most of the major concert halls with many of the major orchestras of Russia, Europe as well as Japan, playing a repertoire of over fifty concertos.

All-Union Violin Competition (Riga), Paganini Competition (Genoa), Viotti International Music Competition — chamber music (Vercelli), Second Prize in the International Tchaikovsky Competition (Moscow), and Fedotov–Petrova duo, laureate of the Moscow Government Award are among his prizes.

On January 4 and 5 Fedotov will have a recital performance in Roudaki Hall, and on January 6 and 7 he will hold a Tchaikovsky violin concerto in Vahdat Hall.

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