Eduard Ioudenitch


Violinist and Conductor

Eduard Ioudenitch was born in Tashkent in a musical family. Since the age of six, Eduard has been studying with the conductor Vladimir Neymer and violin with his father, violinist Vladimir Ioudenitch. At age seven he made his debut with the student symphony orchestra of the Conservatory of Uzbekistan, performing the overture from the operetta Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss, later performing this work and the symphonic poem Les Préludes by Franz Liszt with the National Orchestra of Uzbekistan. In the spring of 2012 he took part in the opening concert of the IX International Festival Moscow Greets Its Friends. In September that year Eduard participated in the cultural programme of the II International Cultural Forum Culture and Development in Ulyanovsk. In December 2012 he appeared in a concert of English music, conducting Serenade for Strings by Edward Elgar. Recent engagements include performances with the National Orchestra of Uzbekistan, as well as a gala concert with the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra.

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