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Dmitry Yablonsky



Dmitry Yablonsky was born into a family of musicians in Moscow in 1962. His mother, Oxana Yablonskaya is an internationally renowned pianist and professor at the Juilliard School of Music in New York. His father is a solo oboist in the Radio and Television Orchestra in Moscow.

At the age of six, young Dmitry was accepted into the Moscow Central Music School for gifted children and, at the age of 9, he gave his orchestral debut playing Haydn's Concerto in C Major for violoncello.

In 1977 Dmitry Yablonsky immigrated to the United States, to continue his studies at the Juilliard School of Music, the Curtis Institute and further educational studies at Yale University.

In 1990 Dmitry Yablonsky began his career as a conductor and was asked to conduct the Stravinsky Octet in Camerino, Italy with members of the Santa Cecilia orchestra.

Since then his performing and conducting career has taken off and he is now Principal Guest Conductor of the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra.

As conductor, he has collaborated with such famous soloists as Y.Bashmet, V.Repin, B.Berezovsky, M.Caballe, R.Alagna and O.Yablonskaya. As conductor, Dmitry Yablonsky has performed in the famous halls of the Concertgebouw, Carnegie Hall, Moscow Conservatory Great Hall, St.Petersburg Philharmonic, Taiwan National Hall and La Scala among others. As a soloist, he has performed with H.Iwaki, V.Fedoseev, D.Kitayenko and K.Penderecki.

Dmitry Yablonsky has recorded more then 20 albums for labels like Naxos-Marco Polo, Erato, Conoisseur Soc, EMS, Discover, Sonora, Bel Air Music and Chandos. His recording with Repin and Berezovsky of the Tchaikovsky Trio and Schostakovich Trio for the Erato label, has won numerous prizes. He has done editing for International Music Company and Dover Music Publishing.

He was just nominated for a Grammy Award.

January 2008



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