A graduate of Oxford University and the Moscow Conservatoire, he performed with world-class soloists, and in 2013 was awarded the Russian medal for his great contribution to the development of cultural ties between Russia and Malta.
In the program of the concert included works by Alex Shor, Peter Tchaikovsky. The audience received special pleasure during the performance of the second Symphony by Ludwig van Beethoven. Finished in the summer of 1802, it is one of the most perfect works of the young composer, still in the power of ideas and artistic images of Mozart and Haydn. It clearly expressed the desire for heroics and monumentality.
A real surprise for the audience this evening was the performance of skilful violinist Karen Shahgaldyan. This season, a talented musician performed at the Tyumen Philharmonic as part of the famous trio. Khachaturian. During the concert on July 21, the guests were able to fully enjoy the creativity of the musician outside the ensemble, to appreciate his delicate taste, style and fine technique.