Stanislav Gallin

Stanislav GallinMgA. Stanislav Gallin, PhD completed his basic education at the High School of Music in St. Petersburg, Russia. In 2001, he was accepted into Prof. Peter Topercz’s class at the Academy of Music (AMU) in Prague, where he completed his studies with a debut piano recital in the Dvořák Hall at the Rudolfinum in 2007. Concurrently with his studies at AMU, he completed a sojourn at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria as a student in the class of Peter Lang. Mr. Gallin has participated successfully in numerous national and international competitions. E.g., he was awarded 1st prize at the competition in Nersingen, Germany, and was also 1st prize winner at the Prague Junior Note competition. Mr. Gallin is the founding member of the Orbis Trio, which, during 2009, became one of the most successful European ensembles of its generation when it won prizes in four international music competitions, including the highly prestigious International Chamber Music Competition in Hamburg, Germany. He has participated in numerous masterclasses, among them those of Lazara Berman, Eugena Idjic, Avo Kouyoumjian, Pierra Jasmin and others. He made his debut as a concert soloist with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, the St. Petersburg Radio Orchestra, the Symphony Orchestra of Czech Radio, the Moravian Philharmonic Olomouc, the Bruno Walter Festival Orchestra, the Plzeň Philharmonic, et al. Mr. Gallin has worked with conductors Tomáš Brauner, Alexej Anikhanov, Jacek Martin Händler, Jakub Hrůša, Vahan Mardirossian, Ondřej Vrabec, and Peter Vrábel among others. He is a sought-after chamber musician and accompanist by instrumentalists, singers as well as choirs. As such, he has performed at concerts not only in the Czech Republic, but also in Russia and other European countries, the U.S., Japan and in Africa. In 2012 he completed his PhD studies at the University of Musical Arts in Bratislava, Slovakia, under the auspices of Docent Elena Händler. Starting in 2009, he has worked at AMU in Prague as an Associate in the Department of Chamber Music and Accompaniment.
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