Sergey Malov is a creative artist. He brings music of different styles and epochs to his audience in an authentic way. He performs on 4 or even 5 instruments: violin, viola, violoncello da spalla and baroque violin. Recently he included as well e-violin in his programmes.
As a violinist Sergey Malov won international prizes at the Paganini Competition in Genova, Mozart Competition in Salzburg, Heifetz Competition in Vilnius and Michael Hill Competition in Queenstown. On the viola he was a prize winner at the ARD Competition in Munich and the Tokyo Viola Competition. As a soloist on both instruments he performed with BBC Symphony Orchestra London, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Enescu Philharmonic, Tokyo Philharmonic, Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra.
Sergey Malov received a special prize at the Bach Competition in Leipzig and plays a baroque violin by Gioffredo Cappa from the “Jump Start Junior” Foundation Amsterdam.
As a soloist and conductor he performed with Akamus, Venice Baroque Orchestra, “Musica Viva” Orchestra Moskow, Camerata Salzburg, Finnish Baroque Orchestra, Sevilla Baroque Orchestra, Helsinki Philharmonic, Württembergisches Kammerorchester Heilbronn.
The upcoming season 2019/20 includes invitations to Brucknerhaus Linz, Schubertiade Hohenems, Enescu Festival Bucharest, Festival Cervantino Mexico, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Konzerthaus Berlin, among others. At Turku Music Festival he will be Artist in Residence.
Malov’s videos featuring his Violoncello da spalla were watched over a million times online. Apart from the 6 Cello Suites by J.S.Bach, he performs a large scale of solo and chamber repertoire on this rare instrument. In his performances he combines elements of composed music and free improvisation. He combines several instruments in his unique multi-track recordings. Malov’s recordings were released by DECCA, EASonus, Hännsler Profil, Alba and Pan Classics. His album “Hommage á Ysaÿe” appeared in September 2017 and in spring 2019 he realeses “Paganini” where he recorded the 24 Caprices.
In September 2017 Sergey Malov was appointed as a Professor at the Zürich University of Music. Equally fluent in Russian, German, English and Hungarian he also speaks French and Spanish.
As of: Season 2018/2019
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