Yury Revich
Yury Revich
Yury Revich
Yury Revich
  • country:Russian Federation
  • region:Moscow
  • style(s):Classical Period, Romantic Period
  • label:Odradek Records
  • type:Solo
  • gender:male
  • instrumentation:string
  • artist posted by:Odradek Records

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  • Yury Revich (violin)


The 19-year-old Yury Revich is one of the most expressive Russian violinist in his generation, who notwithstanding his young age, can already retrospect an international career and auspicious collaborations with well-known artists of the branche. With his debuts in Carnegie Hall and Musikverein Wien Yury Revich internationally provoked furore now we're curiously awaiting the concerts to follow in Amsterdam, Gstaad, London and Verbier.

Yury Revich was born in 1991 in Moscow and began playing the violin at the age of 5. In the age of 7 he entered the class of the Honored Member of Arts of Russian Federation G.S. Turchaninova at the Central Music School supervised by Moscow State Conservatoire. At the age of 11 he performed Paganiny's Concerto Nr. 2 with the Finnish Symphony Youth Orchestra "Ristavesi" conducted by T. Pogani. Yury Revich since then has been performing in many Concert halls of Russia, all the halls of Moscow Conservatoire including Great Hall, Moscow International Music House, Moscow Central Concert Hall "Russia", Tchaikovski Concert Hall, Armoury Chamber of the Kremlin and many others.

From 2005 to 2009 Yury Revich studied at the People's Artist of Russia. In 2009 he started a professional career when he entered in Konservatorium Wien in class of Prof. Pavel Vernikov. Yury Revich had recitals in different countries of the world, such as Austria (recent debutes in concert included Musikverein Wien, Radiokulturhaus Wien), Canada (Toronto,Glenn Gould Studio), and Greece (with organist Karen Christianson during Spring Organ Series Festival Athens). He performs in many international festivals, such as Verbier Festival and Academy, Vladimir Spivakov's Festival in Colmar (France), Rostropovich Festival in Baku (Azerbaijan), Liana Isakadze's Festival in Batumy (Georgia), Nikolai Petrov's Festival "The Music Kremlin", The International Holland Music Sessions, "Spring in Moscow", "Radio Orpheus", Lubov Kazarnovskaya Festival, Bergen Music Festival, the Festival of Music in Kaunas, Mozart and Tchaikovsky Festival in Israel and in Paris, "Musica in Villa" in Italy, Eilat Festival in Israel and others. In 2009 Yury debuted with solo recital with Daniil Trifonov in CARNEGIE-HALL (New-York, Weill Recital Hall). In 2010 debuted in Theatre Bouffes du Nord in Paris.

Yury Revich has already performed with well-known orchestras like the Russian National Orchestra conducted by M. Pletnev, Moscow Philarmonic Orchestra conducted by Yuri Simonov, "Moscow Soloists" conducted by Yu. Bashmet, Svetlanov State Symphony Orchestra conducted by A.Slutcky, Georgian-German Chamber Orchestra conducted by L. Isakadze, Morocco Royal Symphony Orchestra conducted by Reshetkin, the Chamber Orchestra "The Kremlin" conducted by Rachlevski, Azerbaijan State Chamber Orchestra. He appears in ensemble with Liana Isakadze, Boris Brovtsyn, Denis Kozhuckhin, Daniil Trifonov, Evgeny Tonkha, Nina Kogan, Richard Dubugnon, and Alissa Margulis.

Yury Revich takes part in master-classes of M. Rostropovitch, M. Vengerov, L . I s a k a d z e , D m . S i t k o v e t s k y, P.Vernikov, Z.Bron, P.Frank, H.Schunk,
R.Nodel, M.Gaisler.

Yury Revich is the prize winner of the International Competition "Virtuoses of the XXI Century" in Moscow, of the International Competition "Oldenburg Promenade" in Oldenburg, David Oistrach International violin competition in Moscow, OEJAB International Competition in Vienna, Fidelio Competition in Vienna, Individualis Competition in Kiev and International Kloster-Schontal violin competition, Germany. He is also laureate of Chamber Music competitions-"Beethoven's days in Moscow" and "New Names" competition. Yury Revich has won the prize from Festival "Homecoming". He is participant of ORF Radio Austria program for musicians.

Yury has performed on violins by Guarneri del Gesu "Ex-Max Rostal" and Stradivari "Duke Alba".