BIOGRAPHY

Dmitry Yablonsky is a cellist and conductor. As a cellist he has played all over the world and is also active as chamber musician. Dmitry has been Principal Guest Conductor of Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and has conducted many orchestras worldwide.

Born in Moscow into a musical family, he began playing the cello when he was 5 years old and was accepted to the Central Music School for gifted children. At the age of 9 he gave his orchestral debut playing Haydn’s cello concerto. In Russia, Dmitry has studied with Stefan Kalianov, who has been Rostropovich’s assistant and Isaak Buravsky, who for many years was the 1st cellist of Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra. His mother is Oxana Yablonskaya, famed pianist, with whom he emigrated in 1977 to New York. He studied with Lorne Munroe (solo cellist of New York Philharmonic Orchestra), David Soyer, cellist of Guarneri quartet, and with Aldo Parisot.

His Piano trio recording for Erato/ Warner with Vadim Repin and Boris Berezovsky has won numerous awards. Dmitry has transcribed and edited works for cello, which were released by International Music Company and Dover Publications. Naxos records released his recording of all 40 Popper etudes for solo cello in the fall of 2008, which received great critical acclaim.

 He has organized many festivals all over the world and is the artistic director of Gabala Festival in Azerbaijan.  Artistic Director of the Kiev Virtuosi, he will teach at The Buchmann – Mehta School of Music of the Tel-Aviv University from October 2016.

UPCOMING CONCERTS:

  •  JERUSALEM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA | April 20th

Dmitry Yablonsky, conductor
Sivan Silver, Gil Garburg, Duo Pianists

Program:
W. A. Mozart – Don Giovanni “Overture”
F. Mendelssohn – Concerto for two pianos and orchestra in E major
L. v. Beethoven – Symphony No. 5

The Henry Crown Symphony Hall, Jerusalem Theater
20.00 h

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  • KIEV (UKRAINE) | April 28th

Kiev Virtuosi

Dmitry Yablonsky, conductor
Farhad Badalbeyli, piano

Program:
Gershwin – Piano Concerto in F major
Gershwin – “An American in Paris”

Ivan Franko Theatre