Maxim Fedotov (violin) ,
Maxim Fedotov is a soloist of the Moscow State Academic Philharmonic Society, professor of the Moscow State Conservatoire (since 1987), laureate of a number major International Violinists Competitions.
M.Fedotov was born in the family of the prominent conductor of the St. Petersburg Mariinsky Theatre Maestro V.Fedotov. He got his music education at the St.Petersburg Special Music School and at the Moscow Conservatoire. His tutors were B.Sergeev, D.Tsyganov and I.Bezrodny. He performs almost the all main violin repertoire including 30 symphony concertos, solo cycles (24 Caprices by Paganini were performed in the major halls and recorded for CDs by "DML-Classics"). Mr. Fedotov leads wide concert activity in Russia, tours of USA, Japan, Korea, Australia, Mexico, countries of West Europe, Scandinavian countries, Asia.
Mr. Fedotov gave concert appearances in the Barbican Hall (London), Symphony Hall (Birmingham), "Finlandia" Hall in Helsinki, Konzerthaus (Berlin), Gewandhaus (Liepzig), Gastieg (Munich), "Alte Oper" (Franfurt-auf-Mein), Auditorium (Madrid), Megaro (Athens), "Musikverein" (Vienna), Suntory Hall (Tokyo), Symphony Hall (Osaka), Mozarteum (Salzburg), Veroli Concert Hall (Milan), in the halls of the Cologne Philharmonia, Vienna Opera, the Bolshoi and Mariinsky Theatres of Russia and others. He performs regularly at the St.Petersburg Philharmonic Grand Hall. For the last 10 years he played more than 50 concerts (recitals, symphonic evenings) at the Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatoire. He performs with all major Russian and foreign orchestras and conductors.
Mr. Fedotov performs with the pianist Galina Petrova all solo recitals and chamber concerts. He took part in many prestigious International Festivals, recorded CDs with the "Melodia", "Art & Electronics", "Disctronic", "Gold Club", "DML-Classics", etc. He is a jury-member of International Vilinists Competitions, President of the Association of Tchaikovsky Competition Stars. In 2000 he was elected as Academician of the Petrov Science and Art Academy (St.Petersburg). He leads master classes in Germany, Spain, Japan, Croatia and Australia.