MAXIM RYSANOV

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MAXIM RYSANOV

Rysanov è nato nel 1978 a Kramatorsk in Ucraina. Ha studiato la viola alla Central Special Music School di Mosca sotto la guida di Maria Sitkovskaya e successivamente con John Glickman alla Guildhall School of Music and Drama di Londra dove nel 2000 ha vinto la Medaglia d’oro come violista. Ha studiato direzione d’orchestra con Alan Hazeldine presso la Guildhall School of Music di Londra e ha partecipato a diverse masterclass con Gennady Rozhdestvensky e Jorma Panula.

È noto principalmente per le sue rappresentazioni come violista, ospite regolarmente dei BBC Proms, Verbier Festival, Festival di Mozart, Festival di Edimburgo, Festival di Salisburgo, Festival di Bejing, Festival di Istanbul, Festival di Berlino e Crescendo Festival.

Attualmente alterna la sua attività come violista con la carriera di direttore d’orchestra.

Nella stagione 2015-2016 Maxim ha debuttato come direttore con l’Orchestra Nazionale Russo, la Radio Orchestra Spagnola, la Verdi Orchestra di Milano, Baltic Neopolis, Scottish Ensemble, London Mozart Players e l’Orchestra Danubia, oltre a dirigere nuovamente la Lituania Chamber Orchestra e la Riga Sinfonietta.

Precedenti incarichi come direttore comprendono quelli con l’Orchestra Sinfonica di Basilea, la Oslo Camerata, la Mosca Musica Viva, i Solisti di Kiev, l’Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León, l’Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale Georgiana, l’Orchestra Filarmonica di Częstochowa, la CHAARTS Chamber Orchestra, la Sinfonia Dala Sinfonietta di Detmold, Come direttore di festival a Dubrovnik (con Roger Moore come narratore), Utrecht (con Janine Jansen), Boswil (con Vilde Frang come solista) e la finale del Beijing Viola Festival.

Come viola solista, Maxim ha  eseguito la première mondiale di un nuovo Concerto per Viola di Peteris Vasks nel maggio del 2016. Il lavoro è stato commissionato per lui dalla BBC National Orchestra of Wales, dal Vale of Glamorgan Festival e dall’Orchestra Philharmonique de Strasbourg.

Maxim ha continua la collaborazione con Sergei Akhunov, Dobrinka Tabakova, Benjamin Yusupov, Michael Pletnev, Leonid Desyatnikov, Giya Kancheli e Kshishtof Penderecki. Nel 2014 Maxim ha eseguito il doppio concerto di Penderecki in prima esecuzione assoluta in Russia, diretto dal maestro Fedoseev. Nel 2015 l’opera è stata ripetuta con la Sinfonia Varsavia sotto la direzione di Penderecki.

Tra i concerti di Maxim ci citano quelli con l’Orchestra Mariinsky (Valery Gergiev), l’Orchestra Nazionale Russa (Mikhail Pletnev), l’Orchestra Sinfonica della BBC (Jiří Bělohlávek), la Sinfonia di Seattle (Andrey Boreyko), la Orquesta de Castilla y Leon e la Filarmonica di Oslo (Vasily Petrenko), Orchestra Sinfonica di Francoforte (Philippe Herreweghe), Orchestra Filarmonica NDR (Eivind Gullberg Jensen), Orchestra Sinfonica di Radio di Praga (Juraj), Orchestra Filarmonica di Mosca (Yuri Simonov), Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (Vladimir Fedoseev), Orchestra Gurzenich (Sir Mark Elder), Orchestra Sinfonica di Auckland (Eckehard Stier), Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale Danese (Michael Schoenwandt), Filarmonica Malese (Valvah), Orchestra Sinfonica di RTE (Olari Elts), Orchestra Sinfonica di Adelaide (Arvo Volmer e Yan Pascal Tortelier), Shanghai Symphony (Long Yu), Orquesta Sinfonica de Euskadi (Diego Matheuz), Ulster Orchestra (Paul Watkins), Youth Orchestra dell’Unione Europea Tthias Bamert), Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg e Filarmonica di Cracovia (Michal Dworzynski).

Maxim svolge un’intensa attività come violista di musica da camera. Tra le sue collaborazioni  ci sono artisti del calibro di Leif Ove Andsnes, Nicola Benedetti, Kristina Blaumane, Boris Brovtsyn, Michael Collins, Alice Coote, Augustin Dumay, Martin Frost, Sol Gabetta, Janine Jansen, Jakob Katsnelson, Gidon Kremer, Konstantin Lifschitz, Mischa Maisky, Denis Matsuev, Viktoria Mullova, Eldar Nebolsin, Alexei Ogrintchouk, Vadim Repin, Alexander Sitkovetsky, Ashley Wass e Maxim Vengerov.

Maxim è da tempo riconosciuto dalla scena musicale internazionale e la sua lista di premi affermano lo status. Questi includono il premio Young Artist of the Year di Gramophone Classic FM e il premio BBC Radio 3 New Generation, nonché i premi conseguiti nei concorsi per viola internazionali di Ginevra, Lionel Tertis e Valentino Bucchi.

Maxim attualmente è Artista residente al Royal College of Music. Suona una viola Giuseppe Guadagnini del 1780, in prestito dalla Fondazione Elise Mathilde.

 

 

 

Rysanov was born in 1978 Kramatorsk Ukraine. He studied viola with Maria Sitkovskaya at the Central Special Music School in Moscow and later with John Glickman at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. In 2000 he won the Gold Medal of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He also studied conducting with Alan Hazeldine at the Guildhall School of Music in London, and has taken part in several masterclasses including with Gennady Rozhdestvensky and Jorma Panula.

He is principally known for his performances as a violist, guest of the crème of international music scene such as BBC Proms, Verbier Festival, Mostly Mozart Festival, Edinburgh Festival, Salzburg Festival, Bejing Festival, Istanbul Festival, Berlin Festival and Crescendo Festival among others. He now combines his viola performance with a career as a conductor.

In the season 2015-2016 Maxim made his conducting debut with the Russian National Orchestra, Spanish Radio Orchestra, La Verdi Orchestra Milan, Baltic Neopolis, Scottish Ensemble, London Mozart Players and the Danubia Orchestra as well as returning to conduct the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra and Riga Sinfonietta.

Previous conducting engagements included the Basel Symphony Orchestra, Oslo Camerata, Moscow Musica Viva, Kiev Soloists, Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León, Georgian National Symphony Orchestra, Częstochowa Philharmonic Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra CHAARTS, Detmold Chamber Orchestra, Dala Sinfonietta, Southbank Sinfonia as well as conducting at festivals in Dubrovnik (with Roger Moore as narrator), Utrecht (with Janine Jansen leading), Boswil (with Vilde Frang as soloist), and the finale of the Beijing Viola Festival.

As a concerto soloist Maxim recently performed the world premiere of a new Viola Concerto by Peteris Vasks in May 2016. The work was co-commissioned for him by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the Vale of Glamorgan Festival and the Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg.

Maxim is continuing collaborations with Sergei Akhunov, Dobrinka Tabakova, Benjamin Yusupov, Michael Pletnev, Leonid Desyatnikov, Giya Kancheli and Kshishtof Penderecki. In 2014 Maxim presented the Penderecki’s double concerto in a Russian premiere, which was conducted by maestro Fedoseev. The year after in 2015 the work was repeated with the Sinfonia Varsovia under Penderecki’s baton.

Among Maxim’s concerto highlights are Mariinsky Orchestra (Valery Gergiev), Russian National Orchestra (Mikhail Pletnev), BBC Symphony Orchestra (Jiří Bělohlávek), Seattle Symphony (Andrey Boreyko), Orquesta de Castilla y Leon and Oslo Philharmonic (Vasily Petrenko), DSO Berlin (Tugan Sokhiev), Moscow Philharmonic (Yuri Simonov), BSO (Vladimir Fedoseev), Gurzenich Orchestra (Sir Mark Elder), Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra (Philippe Herreweghe), NDR Philharmonic Orchestra (Eivind Gullberg Jensen), Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (Juraj Valcuha), RTE Symphony Orchestra (Olari Elts), the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (Arvo Volmer), the West Australian Symphony Orchestra (Vladimir Verbitsky), Auckland Symphony Orchestra (Eckehard Stier), Danish National Symphony Orchestra (Michael Schoenwandt), Malaysian Philharmonic (Yan Pascal Tortelier), Shanghai Symphony (Long Yu), Orquesta Sinfonica de Euskadi (Diego Matheuz), Ulster Orchestra (Paul Watkins), European Union Youth Orchestra (Matthias Bamert), Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg and Krakow Philharmonic (Michal Dworzynski).

Maxim is a keen chamber musician. His chamber partners include Leif Ove Andsnes, Nicola Benedetti, Kristina Blaumane, Boris Brovtsyn, Michael Collins, Alice Coote, Augustin Dumay, Martin Frost, Sol Gabetta, Janine Jansen, Jakob Katsnelson, Gidon Kremer, Konstantin Lifschitz, Mischa Maisky, Denis Matsuev, Viktoria Mullova, Eldar Nebolsin, Alexei Ogrintchouk, Vadim Repin, Alexander Sitkovetsky, Ashley Wass and Maxim Vengerov.

Maxim has long been recognised by the international music scene and his list of prizes affirm that status. These include the Classic FM Gramophone Young Artist of the Year Award and the BBC Radio 3 New Generation Award, as well as the Geneva, Lionel Tertis and Valentino Bucchi international viola competitions.

Maxim is currently Artist in Residence at the Royal College of Music. He is delighted to have a Giuseppe Guadagnini viola (1780) on extended loan from the Elise Mathilde Foundation.