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Vladimir Atapin


Born in St Petersburg Vladimir Atapin begun his musical education with his father, a cellist, soon thereafter entering the St Petersburg Conservatory Special Music School. He continued his studies at the St Petersburg Conservatory, graduating there with the highest distinction in all musical disciplines, as a soloist, chamber music player, cello and chamber music teacher, and orchestral player and soloist, continuing postgraduate studies in the same institution.

In 1977 he became one of the youngest members of the St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra under Evgeny Mravinsky and later under Yuri Temirkanov. During these years he also taught at the St Petersburg Conservatory and the Special Music School. In 1986 he founded the St Petersburg Trio, which took part in the most important international music festivals in Russia. He appeared as a soloist with the St Petersburg Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, performing Haydn’s Concerto in D major, Schnittke’s Sonata (1978), which he transcribed for cello and orchestra with the composer’s authorisation, and Gubaydulina’s Seven Words of Christ.

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