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Elias Feingersch
trombone  (Sweden) 

Elias Feingersch is a Swedish trombonist and composer, actor and director, author of original musical and theatrical projects. Born in Moscow in 1967. He studied at the Academic School of Music at the Moscow State P. I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory, the Malmö Conservatory (Sweden), the Juilliard School and the Manhattan School of Music in New York, then as a graduate student at Yale University.


Upon graduation, the musician returned to Sweden, where he began to work actively in the theater (mainly in collaboration with director Sture Ekholm) and cinema, and began a solo career. He played for many European monarchs, heads of government and presidents, including the United States and Russia, and participated in many music festivals. Founded the KEF theater in Malmö.

Elias Feingersch gives numerous concerts around the world, performing in such halls as the Copenhagen Opera, Alice Tully Hall in New York, the Congress Hall in Riga, the Stockholm Philharmonic, the Jazz Globe in Jerusalem, etc.

In 2014, at the invitation of director Mikhail Levitin, Elias Faingersh took part in the performance of the Moscow Hermitage Theater "King Lear" based on the play by W. Shakespeare - he wrote the music for the play and played the role of the Jester.

Feingersh's music has been featured in more than 30 theatrical productions, in numerous films, television and radio shows; every year he presents his original programs in different countries of the world, including Russia. He was awarded the Grand Prix of the St. Petersburg festival "ArtOkraina", awards of festivals in Kosovo, Macedonia and Hannover.

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