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Arseniy Shkaptsov

Arseniy Shkaptsov

Arseniy Shkaptsov raised in a family of musicians, his father conducts the Russian state orchestra (Oryol city) and his mother is a violinist in the same orchestra. Arseniy completed his studies in Moscow and came to Switzerland in 2011 to complete his studies in Lugano (Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana) as bassoonist with Gabor Meszaros and in Zurich (Zurich University of the Arts) as conductor with Christof Brunner and Marc Kissoczy. Arseniy is a prize winner of numerous international music competitions such as the “Concertino Praha”, “Silver Kamerton”, “New Names”, music competition Dienemann-Stiftung and plays at the great classical music festivals such as “Usedom Music Festival”, “Schleswig-Holstein”, “Beethovenfest”, “Rheingau Musik Festival”, “Ticino Musica”, “Sommerfest Bad Kissingen”. He is mentioned as bassoonist in various orchestras such as “Orchestra della Svizzera italiana”, “Basler Festival Orchestra”, “Baltic Sea Philharmonic”, “Kammerphilharmonie Graubuenden”, “Orchestra Verdi”, “Symphonisches Oorchester Zürich” and others. He has worked with great musicians such as Kurt Masur, Kristjan Järvi, Mikhail Pletnev, Ennio Morricone, Daniel Schnyder, Arturo Tamayo, Nagy Szolt and Mario Venzago.

As a conductor Arseniy has conducted: Oryol Govern Symphony Orchestra (Russia), Ruse Philharmonic (Bulgaria), Teatro Cantu (Italy), Baltic Sea Philharmonic (Germany), Carlovy Vary Philharmonic Orchestra (Czech Republic), Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana (Switzerland). He participated in master classes with Kristjan Järvi, Pierangelo Gelmini, Damian Iorio and Daniele Gatti.

 

Arseniy is also active in jazz music. In 2018 he released the record “Canon” with the group “The Sharp Shock” and in October his record “Bassoonova” with music by A. Jobim was released and immediately entered the charts of ITunes as “Best Jazz Album” in Finland. His album is regularly broadcast on radio in Brazil and Switzerland. Arseniy wants to promote diversity and bring cultures and traditions together through music. In 2017 he founded an association United Soloists to support and promote young artists.

Arseniy Shkaptsov raised in a family of musicians, his father conducts the Russian state orchestra (Oryol city) and his mother is a violinist in the same orchestra. Arseniy completed his studies in Moscow and came to Switzerland in 2011 to complete his studies in Lugano (Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana) as bassoonist with Gabor Meszaros and in Zurich (Zurich University of the Arts) as conductor with Christof Brunner and Marc Kissoczy. Arseniy is a prize winner of numerous international music competitions such as the “Concertino Praha”, “Silver Kamerton”, “New Names”, music competition Dienemann-Stiftung and plays at the great classical music festivals such as “Usedom Music Festival”, “Schleswig-Holstein”, “Beethovenfest”, “Rheingau Musik Festival”, “Ticino Musica”, “Sommerfest Bad Kissingen”. He is mentioned as bassoonist in various orchestras such as “Orchestra della Svizzera italiana”, “Basler Festival Orchestra”, “Baltic Sea Philharmonic”, “Kammerphilharmonie Graubuenden”, “Orchestra Verdi”, “Symphonisches Oorchester Zürich” and others. He has worked with great musicians such as Kurt Masur, Kristjan Järvi, Mikhail Pletnev, Ennio Morricone, Daniel Schnyder, Arturo Tamayo, Nagy Szolt and Mario Venzago.

As a conductor Arseniy has conducted: Oryol Govern Symphony Orchestra (Russia), Ruse Philharmonic (Bulgaria), Teatro Cantu (Italy), Baltic Sea Philharmonic (Germany), Carlovy Vary Philharmonic Orchestra (Czech Republic), Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana (Switzerland). He participated in master classes with Kristjan Järvi, Pierangelo Gelmini, Damian Iorio and Daniele Gatti.

 

Arseniy is also active in jazz music. In 2018 he released the record “Canon” with the group “The Sharp Shock” and in October his record “Bassoonova” with music by A. Jobim was released and immediately entered the charts of ITunes as “Best Jazz Album” in Finland. His album is regularly broadcast on radio in Brazil and Switzerland. Arseniy wants to promote diversity and bring cultures and traditions together through music. In 2017 he founded an association United Soloists to support and promote young artists.