Vladimir Fanshil


Australian conductor Vladimir Fanshil has enjoyed a number of major debuts and successes this season including engagements with: Konzerthaus Orchestra Berlin, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Wroclaw Philharmonic, Odessa Philharmonic, Odessa State Opera and at the Bashmet Festival.

Vladimir Fanshil was the assistant conductor to Iván Fischer with both the Budapest Festival Orchestra and the Konzerthaus Orchestra Berlin for the past three years. He has travelled the globe with the Budapest Festival Orchestra and also assisted on the orchestra’s celebrated Mahler recordings.

Vladimir Fanshil graduated from the St Petersburg State Conservatoire in 2012. He then collaborated on a new production of Borodin’s Prince Igor at the Hamburg State Opera and in that same year he made his Sydney Opera House debut.

Vladimir Fanshil studied piano with Nikolai Evrov at the Sydney Conservatorium and has several volumes of published poetry.

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