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Dmitry Yudin

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Dmitry Yudin was born in Moscow on May 16, 2001. From five to eighteen years of age, he was Professor Lydia Grigoryeva's student at the Moscow Gnessins School of Music; since summer 2019, he has been a full-scholarship student of Prof. Horacio Gutierrez at the Manhattan School of Music in New York City. Dmitry has taken part in a number of regional, national and international competitions and festivals, winning prizes and audiences at numerous important international events like the E-Muse International Music Competition (Greece, 2015, 1st prize), 15th International Scriabin Piano Competition (Paris, 2015, 1st prize), 3rd International Classical Music Festival and Competition for Young Pianists, Astana Piano Passion (Astana, 2015, 3rd prize), 2nd Vladimir Krainev Moscow International Piano Competition (Moscow, 2017, prize), 17th Youth Delphi Games in Russia (Vladivostok, 2018, silver medal), 5th Heinrich Neuhaus Moscow International Festival of Young Pianists (Moscow, 2018, prize). From 2013 till 2019, Dmitry invariably was a participant in the Youth Academy of Music, a Russian-Polish festival.
For several years since 2014, Dmitry regularly performed with the Rimsky-Korsakov Music College orchestra of St. Petersburg, including 2015 - 2017 tours in Latvia and Lithuania with an international team of the orchestra and solo recitals at the end. From 2013 till 2018, Dmitry took part in Vladimir Spivakov's International Charity Foundation programs and was on the Foundation's scholarship since 2014. As a Foundation scholarship holder, he performed on stages like the Chamber Hall of the Moscow Philharmonic, Rachmaninov Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, Mikhail Glinka Music Culture Museum in Moscow. In January 2006, Dmitry Yudin gave a solo recital in Vilnius, Lithuania, as a part of the Christmas Festival sponsored by Vladimir Spivakov's International Charity Foundation. In 2014 - 2016, he was a winner of the Moscow City Government grant, and in 2016-2018 a prize winner of the Moscow Mayor's Arts Grant Program. Since the spring of 2018, he has been participating in concert programmes of the St. Petersburg House of Music on various stages in Russia (St. Petersburg, Sochi, Kazan, Yekaterinburg) and abroad: in France (Paris), Austria (Vienna, Linz), and the USA (Washington).
Dmitry has shared concerts or given solo recitals in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Saratov, Kursk, Lipetsk, Belgorod, Kazan, Tomsk, Yekaterinburg, Daugavpils (Latvia), Vilnius (Lithuania), New York  and Washington (USA). His performance record includes concerts with orchestras like the Saratov Conservatory Orchestra (conductors G. Petrosyan, S. Nesterov, M. Myasnikov), Rimsky-Korsakov Music College Orchestra (cond. A. Vasilyev), Baltic States Youth Symphony Orchestra (cond. A. Vasilyev), Baltic Music Academy Symphony Orchestra (cond. J. Janulevicius), Musica Viva Moscow Chamber Orchestra (cond. L. Kazakov), National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia (cond. V. Simkin), St. Petersburg State Academic Symphony Orchestra (cond. A. Titov), Tomsk Academic Symphony Orchestra (cond. M. Granovsky).
Dmitry has taken part in master classes conducted by E. Korolev, V. Derevyanko, B. Berezovsky, D. Bashkirov, B. Bloch. By now he has performed in Russia, Ukraine, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Latvia, France, Croatia, Greece, and the US.

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