Sergey Fatkulin

Sergey Fatkulin

Profesor de Violín

8 - 12 of July

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Professor Serguei Fatkulin was born in Russia in 1955, where he began his musical education at an early age studying violin since 1961.

In 1971 he continued his studies at the Professional School for Music Education at the Conservatoire Tchaikovsky, later he entered the Conservatory where he studied with Professor Snitkovsky, a student of Professor David Oistrakh.

His postgraduate studies began in 1978 at the Novosibirsk Conservatory, under the direction of Professor Zakhar Bron, becoming his assistant and preparing talented students such as Vadim Repin and Maxim Vengerov. At the same time, he entered as a teacher at the Conservatory.

He remained a professor in Novosibirsk until 1985, returning to Moscow as Assistant Professor Maya Glezarova at the Chaikovsky Conservatory, teaching at the same time as his own teacher at the Professional School for Music Education at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory and the Gnessina Music Academy.He has been a member of the Novosibirsk Quartet, the Philharmonic Orchestra of that city and after the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra until 1994.

In 1994, Professor Zakhar Bron invited him to be his assistant at the Reina Sofía High School of Music in Madrid. He was also invited to teach at the Conservatory of Lübeck and at the Superior School of Music in Cologne, Germany.

In the year 2000 he founded his own School in Madrid, taking care of preparing the best students of all Europe, Russia, Ukraine; Lecturing occasionally in Russia, Brazil, Spain, Germany, England, France and China. He is currently teacher at Centro Superior de Música Katarina Gurska.