Vladislav Lavrik, one of the most talented musicians of his generation, is Russia’s finest trumpeter and a rising young conductor. Born to a family of musicians, Lavrik’s early training included both piano and trumpet. After completing a master’s degree in trumpet performance at the Moscow State Conservatory, he graduated as the opera and symphonic conductor from the Gnesin Academy of Music.
Since 2006, Lavrik has been a Yamaha Artist in Russia and, since 2008, a member of the trumpet faculty of the Moscow State Conservatory. In 2011 he was elected to the board of the International Trumpet Guild, the first Russian to be given this recognition and responsibility, and he has frequently served as a member of the jury for the U.S. National Trumpet Competition.
Vladislav has played in many countries all over the world. His previous festival appearances include the Europalia international arts festival in Brussels, Bermuda Festival, Beethoven Festival, Western Carolina University Trumpet Festival (USA), Homecoming, Crescendo Festival, Stars on Baikal and others.
Scriabin - Symphony No. 1 & The Poem of Ecstasy
25 August 2015
"Pletnev's pace and grasp of the sonic landscape are bang on the money, and the members of the orchestr...
20 August 2015
“Beguiling: he ( Mikhail Pletnev ) doesn’t push the music, rather he lets it unfold.” ...
14 July 2015
"...this performance is both fluid and taut, the music’s colours gleaming and shimmering… an ...
07 July 2015
"By the end of the evening, the audience was thoroughly blown away and their hands were throbbing...
03 July 2015
"Heavens, what an experience. In fact I’m certain you won’t hear a more powerful or persuasive...