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Mikhaïl Bezverkhny
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Biography
Mikhail Bezverkhny, violinist, painter, actor and composer was born in Leningrad (USSR). Forging an impressive career as a solo violinist, he has made numerous international tours and is laureate and prize winner of various international competitions. In 1976, he won the Queen Elisabeth Competition, during a time in which he was free to travel outside the USSR. Even though he made numerous concert tours and performances within the USSR, he was prevented from travelling for longer periods in and out of the West starting in 1978. After the Fall of the Wall in 1989, he settled permanently in Belgium. He has been a member of the Shostakovich Trio and now is part of the Rosetta Ensemble. Mikhail Bezverkhny teaches at the Ghent Music Conservatory.
In addition to the numerous recordings he has made for such labels as Melodya , Pavane, La Campanella he has also earned his spurs as a conductor, actor and composer of soundtracks, among other types of music. His soundtrack for the production of Suite Gambrinus won the first Prize during the International Film Festival of Valencia in 1992.
Mikhail Bezverkhny studied art for 14 years under Vladimir Rajkov, a student of Robert Falk. He has exhibitions in several countries and in private collections. His latest achievement is the acquisition by the Raccolta Lercaro, museum of modern art Bologna/Italy, of three of his paintings by in 2011.
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Gala concert 1976 : Mikhaïl BezverkhnySoloist
Laureates' concert 1976 : Mikhaïl BezverkhnySoloist
Recital 1st laureate violin 1976 : Mikhaïl BezverkhnySoloist
Final 1976: Mikhaïl BezverkhnySoloist
Semi-final 1976: Mikhail BezverkhnySoloist
VIOLIN 1976First prize - Queen Elisabeth International Grand Prize
Audio
Recital 1st prize 1976 : Mikhaïl Bezverkhny
Dmitry Shostakovich : Ten preludes for violin (Pianist accompanist : Bella Rakova)
Recital 1st prize 1976 : Mikhaïl Bezverkhny
Pietro Antonio Locatelli : Sonate "au Tombeau" in F minor (Pianist accompanist : Bella Rakova)
Recital 1st prize 1976 : Mikhaïl Bezverkhny
Christoph Willibald von Gluck : Mélodie
Recital 1st prize 1976 : Mikhaïl Bezverkhny
Johann Sebastian Bach : Sonata n. 1 in G minor BWV 1001
Recital 1st prize 1976 : Mikhaïl Bezverkhny
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Sonata n. 28 in E flat major KV 380 (Pianist accompanist : Bella Rakova)
Final 1976: Mikhaïl Bezverkhny
Dmitry Shostakovich : Ten preludes for violin
Final 1976: Mikhaïl Bezverkhny
Camille Saint-Saëns : Concerto n. 3 in B minor op. 61
Laureates' concert 1976 : Mikhaïl Bezverkhny
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Concerto n. 3 in G major KV 216 (Symfonieorkest van de B.R.T., Avi Ostrowsky)
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