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Georgy Dorokhov

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Born 11.04.1984 in Tomsk. Graduated from Moscow State P. Tchaikovsky Conservatory with Vladimir Tarnopolsky. Diplomas of the Edison Denisov Young Composers Competition 2007 and Piotr Jurgenson Young Composers Competition 2007 and 2009.
Participated in the Fondation Royaumont young composers courses Voix Nouvelles (2009, with Brian Ferneyhough, Isabel Mundry, Misato Moshizouki), Domaine Forget (2011, with Julian Anderson, John Rea, Denis Bouillane), Nuova Consonanza (2011, 2012, with Philippe Manouri, Marc Andre). Attended master classes of Krszystof Meyer (2007), Alain Gaussin (2008), Martijn Padding (2009) and others.
Georgy's compositions were performed at contemporary music festivals in Russia, Ukraine, Lithuania, Australia, Canada, Argentina, France, The Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Serbia and Slovakia. His works have been performed by Natalia Pshenitschnikova, Stanislav Malyshev, Samuel Stoll, Alexei Shmurak, Mark Pekarsky Ensemble of Percussion Instruments, Nouvel Ensemble Moderne (Montreal), Ensemble Linea (Strasbourg), Ensemble Offspring (Sydney), Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble (Moscow), eNsemble (S-Petersbourg), ensemble Nostri Temporis (Kiev), Orkest de Ereprijs (Apeldoorn, The Netherland), Ancient Music Academy under direction of Tatyana Grindenko, Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, ensemble Interface ( Germany) and others.
Conductors: Roman Belyshev, Igor Dronov, Fedor Lednyov, Mark Pekarsky, Oleg Paiberdin, Tatiana Senko, Nikolai Sokolov, Lorraine Vaillancourt, Rob Vermeulen, Chungki Min.
The basic principles of the composer are manifested in the unique combination of the outstanding radicalism of the musical language and extended techniques within the frames of the Baroque or classical structures (i.e., sonata, rondo, concert).
Dorokhov's music is unmistakably recognisable due to the high degree tension occuring between noise and silence, simultaneously combining the perfect self-irony and extremely vulnerable sincerity.

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Born 11.04.1984 in Tomsk. Graduated from Moscow State P. Tchaikovsky Conservatory with Vladimir Tarnopolsky. Diplomas of the Edison Denisov Young Composers Competition 2007 and Piotr Jurgenson Young Composers Competition 2007 and 2009.
Participated in the Fondation Royaumont young composers courses Voix Nouvelles (2009, with Brian Ferneyhough, Isabel Mundry, Misato Moshizouki), Domaine Forget (2011, with Julian Anderson, John Rea, Denis Bouillane), Nuova Consonanza (2011, 2012, with Philippe Manouri, Marc Andre). Attended master classes of Krszystof Meyer (2007), Alain Gaussin (2008), Martijn Padding (2009) and others.
Georgy's compositions were performed at contemporary music festivals in Russia, Ukraine, Lithuania, Australia, Canada, Argentina, France, The Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Serbia and Slovakia. His works have been performed by Natalia Pshenitschnikova, Stanislav Malyshev, Samuel Stoll, Alexei Shmurak, Mark Pekarsky Ensemble of Percussion Instruments, Nouvel Ensemble Moderne (Montreal), Ensemble Linea (Strasbourg), Ensemble Offspring (Sydney), Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble (Moscow), eNsemble (S-Petersbourg), ensemble Nostri Temporis (Kiev), Orkest de Ereprijs (Apeldoorn, The Netherland), Ancient Music Academy under direction of Tatyana Grindenko, Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, ensemble Interface ( Germany) and others.
Conductors: Roman Belyshev, Igor Dronov, Fedor Lednyov, Mark Pekarsky, Oleg Paiberdin, Tatiana Senko, Nikolai Sokolov, Lorraine Vaillancourt, Rob Vermeulen, Chungki Min.
The basic principles of the composer are manifested in the unique combination of the outstanding radicalism of the musical language and extended techniques within the frames of the Baroque or classical structures (i.e., sonata, rondo, concert).
Dorokhov's music is unmistakably recognisable due to the high degree tension occuring between noise and silence, simultaneously combining the perfect self-irony and extremely vulnerable sincerity.

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