Ivan Abramov: Dancing with Epicurus


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ComposerIvan Abramov
Year of composition2016
Scored fortwo flutes, marimba, piano and string quintet
Instruments2 fl, mar, pno, 2 vln, vla, vc, cb
Total number of pages84
Date of premiere2016
LocationChamber Hall of the St. Petersburg State Conservatory
City, countrySt. Petersburg, Russia
PerformersMarfa Ladchenko, Aydar Muratuly, Alexander Veselov, Elizaveta Panchenko, Elizaveta Akbalkan, Augusta Zinina, Francesco Capaccio, Ekaterina Batyrova, Gleb Diaghilev
ConductorVladimir Baranov

Ivan Abramov was born in St. Petersburg in 1991. He currently studies composition in the Rimski-Korsakov St. Petersburg State Conservatory with prof. Sergei Slonimsky. Before it he studied at the Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics in the Saint Petersburg State University.

He is a member of the Russian Composer Union, young section MolOt since 2013. Participant of the International Festival of Arts “From the Avant-garde to the Present day” in 2014.

He is an author of the incidental music to the #MotherFatherSistersBrother – spectacle based on the Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov, and music to the Обморок говорящего субъекта (Fainting of Speaking Subject) – spectacle in frame of the New Stage of the Alexandrinsky Theatre’s Laboratory, both spectacles directed by Sergei Larionov (2015).

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