Yuri Temirkanov Hatuevich( Artistic Director of the St. Petersburg State Philharmonic named after DD Shostakovich, Chief Conductor Honored team Russia Academic Symphony Orchestra Philharmonic.)
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Biography Yuri Temirkanov Hatuevich
Born December 10, 1938 in Nalchik. He graduated from the Leningrad State Conservatory named after N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov viola and conducting the class IA. Musina. He graduated from the graduate school of the Conservatory in the class IA. Musina.
As a musician and conductor of the orchestra made its debut in the Bolshoi Drama Theater named after M. Gorky in the late 50-ies during training at the Conservatory.
. Officially debuted in 1965 at the Academic Maly Opera and Ballet Theater.
. He worked as chief conductor of the Academic Symphony Orchestra Philharmonic (1968-76).
. Since 1976 - chief conductor, then - at the same time - the artistic director of the Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet SM
. Kirov. Since 1978 - both permanent conductor (touring), the London Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the Philadelphia Orchestra.
. In 1988 he headed the team honored the Republic (now - Russia) Academic Symphony Orchestra Philharmonic.
. Since 1992 - chief conductor of the London Royal Symphony Orchestra, since 1994 - Principal Guest Conductor of the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra, from 1997 - Principal Guest Conductor of the Danish Radio Orchestra.
. The repertoire of the conductor - works and
. Brahms G. Mahler. R. Strauss, P. Tchaikovsky, P. Rachmaninoff, AND. Stravinsky, C. Prokofiev, P. Shchedrin and many other composers.
He played with the Boston Symphony. Cleveland Orchestra, French National Orchestra, Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, orchestras, the New York and Los Angeles Philharmonic.
. Chairman of the Union concert figures Russia.
. Honorary member of the International Academy of Science of Industry, Education and the Arts (California, USA).
. Winner of the All-Union Conductors Competition (1966), State Prize of the RSFSR (1971) and the USSR (1976, 1985)
. People's Artist of Russia (1976) and the USSR (1981).
He was awarded the Order of Lenin. "For merits before Fatherland" III degree, Cyril and Methodius (Bulgaria).
Has a son.