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Igor Fedorov

Igor Fedorov (b. 1978) graduated from the Moscow Music School and the Gnessin Russian Academy of Music and postgraduate studies at the Russian Academy of Music (class of Prof. Ivan Mozgovenko). Trained at the master courses of Julius Milkis, Michel Lethiek, Sabina Meyer (clarinet), Maurice Bourg (chamber ensemble). Conducted under the guidance of Prof. Margarita Samorukova. He was a scholarship holder of charitable foundations V.  Spivakov, M. Rostropovich (Scholarship named after S. S. Prokofiev), the New Names program, the Yamaha Foundation.

Participated in major international events, spoke to the Queen of Great Britain Elizabeth II and Pope John Paul II, Prince Michael of Kent. The name of the musician is included in the Golden Book of Young Talents of Russia "XX century - XXI century".

Winner of the clarinet competition under the patronage of the French company Buffet Crampon in Kharkov and the TIJI competition in Bratislava. He was awarded the special prize "Best Ensemble Player" at the Yuri Bashmet International Competition. Repeatedly took part in the jury of the international television competition "The Nutcracker" (TK "Culture"). He regularly gives master classes at the Children's Academy of the CIS and Baltic States Yuri Bashmet, as well as at the Sirius Educational Center.

Performs in prestigious halls of the world with solo and chamber programs, plays accompanied by leading orchestras. Stage partners include Yuri Bashmet, Denis Matsuev, Vladimir Spivakov, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Alexander Gindin, Daniil Kramer, Gauthier Capuçon, Alexander Rudin, A.P. Borodin Quartet, Terem-Quartet, and others.

Participated in the international festivals of Vladimir Spivakov in Colmar, Mstislav Rostropovich's "Evian Meetings", the Swedish Royal Festival in Stockholm, "Orpheum" (Switzerland), named after B. Martin in Prague, named after A.D.  Sakharov in Nizhny Novgorod, Yuri Bashmet's festivals in Yaroslavl and Sochi, "December Evenings of Svyatoslav Richter", "Return", "Russian Winter", "Cherry Forest", Crescendo, "Stars on Baikal". He held his own festival in Khanty-Mansiysk.

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