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Conductor

Airat Ichmouratov

The music of Airat Ichmouratov has been performed at concert halls such as Wiener Musikverein, Konzerthaus Berlin, Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Tonhalle Zürich, Sydney Opera House, The Montreal Symphony House by a wide range of ensembles and musicians in countries around the world, including Maxim Vengerov, Robert Langevin, Yannick Nézet-Séguin & Orchestre Métropolitain, London Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra "Moscow Virtuosi", Yuli Turovsky & I Musici de Montreal, Alexander Gilman & LGT Young Soloists, Israeli Soloists Chamber Orchestra, Quebec Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra of India, Taipei Symphony Orchestra, "Amadeus" Chamber Orchestra of Polish Radio, The State chamber orchestra of the Republic of Belarus, Chamber orchestra "Les Violons du Roy", Tatarstan National Symphony Orchestra just to name a few. Versatile in form and style, Ichmouratov’s compositions have been influenced by great romantic composers such as Mahler, Shostakovich, Prokofiev, Rachmaninoff, Mussorgsky, and was recorded on Chandos, Warner Classics, Analekta, Atma Classique, Hedone Records.

 

Holding two Master's degrees - in interpretation (clarinet) and composition, also Ph.D in orchestra conducting from the University of Montreal, Airat Ichmouratov has frequently been invited as the guest conductor with numerous orchestras around the world. Mr. Ichmouratov served as Conductor in Residence of "Les Violons du Roy" in Quebec city from 2007 until 2009 and then he was appointed to the position of Assistant Resident Conductor at the Quebec Symphony Orchestra (2009-2012). In August 2011, Mr. Ichmouratov conducted I Music de Montreal on tour in USA, Brazil, and Peru. In October 2011 he made his debut with Tatarstan Academic State Opera and Ballet Theatre (Russia) and was immediately re-invited to conduct Puccini’s Turandot and Verdi's Rigoletto during the 2012-13 season and on the following European Tour.

 

Born in Kazan, Russia, Airat Ichmouratov studied clarinet at the Kazan State Conservatory. In 1993, when he was appointed as Associate clarinetist of the Tatarstan’s Opera and Ballet Theatre, and of the Kazan State Symphony Orchestra, he began to extensively tour Europe. In 2000 he founded the Muczynski Trio, which won 1st prize and the Grand Award at the National Music Festival (Canada, 2002) and 1st Prize at the 8th International Chamber Music Competition in Krakow (Poland, 2004). The Trio has also recorded for CBC and has given performances in Canada, China, Russia and Europe.

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