Viacheslav Kruglik

Viacheslav Kruglik was born in St Petersburg. He began to study composition at the Rimsky-Korsakov School of Music under A. S. Nesterov. From 1996–2001 he studied at the composition faculty of the St Petersburg State Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatoire (class of B. I. Tishchenko). Having graduated from the Conservatoire with honours, he completed a post-graduate study (2001–2003).
Has taken part in the festivals «Musical Spring», «Youth Academies of Russia», «Arena», international music festival «Stars of the White Nights», international festival «New Horizons», international festival «Brass Evenings at the Mariinsky», «Moscow Easter festival» and other.
 In 2005 he was a prize-winner at the All-Russian Mariinsky Theatre Competition as composer of the one-act opera The Carriage (The premiere has taken place in April 2009. Conductor – V. Gergiev). Together with Svetlana Nesterova, he created the ballet The Magic Ring, which was a prize-winner at the competition of Bolshoi Theatre and the Union of Theatre Workers to compose an opera and dance work for children and young people (2008). He is currently a teacher at the faculty of orchestral conducting of the St Petersburg University of Culture and Arts.
The composer´s works also include a symphony, opera "Сarriage", "speculator female", «Time to Live and Time to Die» (suite for the orchestra after Remarque's perusal), «Princess Olga» (overture for symphony orchestra), string quartets, the vocal series and other compositions.

     
   
     

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Blog

23 Sep 2015
Sonata for clarinet and piano
V. Kruglik. Sonata for clarinet and piano I Vivo II. Andantino (8.50) III Presto (15.15) Performers: Semyon Serdyukov (clarinet), Nikolay Mazhara (piano) St. Petersburg, Mariinsky theatre, 6.12.2014
07 Mai 2015
Письмо солдата
"Письмо солдата" — песня, написанная к 70-летию победы в Великой Отечественной войне. Впервые прозвучала 28 апреля в Доме композиторов Санкт-Петербурга в исполнении Михаила Луконина.
04 Feb 2015
Винни-Пух и Пчёлы
Винни-Пух и Пчёлы — поэма для контрабас-тромбона и одиннадцати тромбонов. Это шуточное произведение иллюстрирует все события, которые произошли с Винни-Пухом в тот день, когда он решил забраться на дерево и полакомиться мёдом прямо из улья.