Primavera Foundation is happy to welcome the guest artist Mr. Shapovalov who kindly decided to give master classes for young Armenian cellists in Yerevan.
Cellist, conductor and composer Denis Shapovalov has given masterclasses all over the world and in 2014 he started his own teaching project – The Cello International Travel Academy. Since then Cello Travel International Academy regularly runs series of masterclasses in Europe, Asia and South America.
Date & Time: 23 December, 16:30
Location: Aram Khachaturian Museum, 3 Zarobyan Street, Yerevan
Admission: FREE for everyone
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Denis Shapovalov Russian-Israeli cellist, conductor and composer, classical, jazz and rock performer, cello professor and coach. He was invited to give masterclasses at the leading music institutions including Svizzera Italiana Conservatory in Lugano, Santa-Cecilia Conservatory in Rome, Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan, Perosi Academy of Music in Piemont, Belgrade University of Arts, Jazeps Vitols Latvian Academy of Music, etc.
Graduated from the Moscow State Conservatory where Denis studied with professor Natalia Shakhovskaya. Being a student Shapovalov won the Gold medal and First prize at the XI Tchaikovsky Competition.
After finishing the post-graduate course, when Denis was just 26 years old he was invited to the Moscow State Conservatory, where he was a professor for 11 years.
During 25 years of his career Shapovalov has performed in world major concert halls such as Musikverein, Concertgebouw, Barbican Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, Suntory Hall, and others all over the world with top-level orchestras including London Symphony, Bayerische Rundfunk, NHK, etc. under leading conductors.
Denis has given masterclasses all over the world and in 2014 he started his own teaching project – The Cello International Travel Academy. Since then Cello Travel International Academy regularly runs series of masterclasses in Europe, Asia and South America.
Being a diversified musician, who has an experience of working in and with orchestras, and as well in different chamber ensembles, Denis elaborated his own teaching method to reach the highest quality of performance in the shortest possible way.