Andrei Baranov

Main programme
25 September 2020Friday
Philharmonic Hall

Symphony Orchestra of the Voronezh Concert Hall

Artistic Director and Chief Conductor - Yuri Androsov

Andrei Baranov's concert will take place instead of Shlomo Mintz's performance.

Supported by the "Music for the Future" Cultural Foundation and the International Cultural Foundation.


Alexey Shor - “Seascapes” concert for violin and orchestra;

Sergey Taneyev - Concert suite for violin and orchestra in G minor, op. 28

Andrei Baranov is the first violin of the David Oistrakh String Quartet, a unique ensemble he created together with leading young Russian soloists in 2012.

He studied at the St. Petersburg Conservatory and the Lausanne Conservatory, his teacher was the famous French violinist Pierre Amoyal. He has performed on world famous stages such as the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Great Hall of the Mozarteum, the Circle Theatre in Beijing, the Cadogan Hall in London, Bozar in Brussels, the halls of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow, Concertgebouw in Leipzig and Konzerthaus in Berlin.

Andrei Baranov is the winner of the 2012 Queen Elizabeth International Competition, the Benjamin Britten Violin Competition in London and the Henry Marteau Competition in Germany, the winner of more than twenty different international competitions, including the David Oistrakh, Liana Isakadze, Paganini Competitions (in Moscow) and many others.

He collaborated with many outstanding musicians, including Martha Argerich, Liana Isakadze, Pierre Amoyal, Julian Rachlin, Boris Andrianov.