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Mikhail Shmidt

The violinist Mikhail Shmidt has been a member of the Seattle Symphony since 1990. Born in Moscow, he received his master’s degree from the Gnessin Institute of Music. He has performed with the Moscow State Symphony and the Moscow Radio String Quartet, and as concertmaster of the Camerata Boccherini Chamber Orchestra. He has recorded for Melodiya and Erato, and has toured extensively in the USSR, and in Eastern and Central Europe. A central artistic participant with Music of Remembrance since its inception, Shmidt can be heard as violinist in For a Look or a Touch (Naxos 8.559379), Paul Schoenfield’s Camp Songs and Ghetto Songs (Naxos 8.559641), and Lori Laitman’s Vedem (Naxos 8.559685).


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