Albert Skuratov

conductor
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Albert began his musical studies at age 5 in children's music school and continued at the Special Music School in Kazan.

Albert gave his first recital at age of 8 and at the age of 9 he made his Symphonic debut with Tatarstan Symphony Orchestra.
At age of 14 he made his first Norway recital tour (Oslo, Trondheim, Stavanger and Bergen) and gave serious of concerts in Tokyo in the same year.
He moved to Madrid and was accepted at the age of 16 as a student of Zakhar Bron at the Escuela Superior de Musica Reina Sofia and received the Albeniz Foundation Scholarship.

Albert also played with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Alicante, Sony Chamber Orchestra of Madrid, Symphony Orchestra of Elche, Kazan Chamber Orchestra, Saratov Philharmonic and Bron Chamber Orchestra.
He played recitals and chamber music in Spain, Norway, France, Portugal, Switzerland, Italy, Azeibarjan, Russia and Japan.
In 2009 he won first prize in the ''Cuerda de Barcelona" competition and the first prize in "Ruperto Chapi" in 2010.
Albert currently is a Concertmaster of Bron Chamber Orchestra in Zurich and Principal Guest Conductor of Joven Orquesta Provincial de Malaga.

As a student and concertmaster of Queen Sofia School of Music Albert has played under the direction of maestros such as Zubin Mehta, Max Valdes, Jordi Savall, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Antoni Ros Marba, Jesús López Cobos, Stefan Lano, Jean-Jacques Kantorow and Gilbert Varga.
He has also participated in violin master classes of Ivry Gitlis, Gyorgy Pauk, Kolja Blacher, Igor Ozim, Eszter Perényi, Ana Chumachenco and Yair Kless. Masterclasses of chamber music were given by maestros as Menahem Pressler, Diemut Poppen, Radovan Vlatkovic, Dmitri Bashkirov and Ferenc Rados.
Being a wonderful chamber music performer he was honored member of String Quartet "Sacyr" since 2007-2008, receiving the award as a best chamber group of the year from Queen Sofia of Spain.
Albert participated in festivals such as Encuentro de Musica de Santader (perfoming Brahms Quintet and Prokofiev Sonata for 2 violins with Zakhar Bron), Interlaken Classics and Rostropovich Festival in Baku.

As a conductor he made studies with his father Rashid Skuratov and Gilbert Varga and he made his conducting debut with Sony Chamber Orchestra in 2011 conducting Mozart Sinfonia-Concertante and Tchaikovsky Serenade. He also performed with "Festival Fortea'' Orchestra in Castellon and Chamber Orchestra "Eduardo Ocon'' in Malaga.

Symphonic debut took place in Madrid in July of 2013 where Albert has worked with Orquesta Clasica Santa Cecilia performing Mozart "Le Nozze di Figaro", Haydn Trumpet Concerto with Christian Ibanez and Beethoven "Eroica" Symphony.
In september of the same year Albert has conducted Amadeus International School`s orchestra in Lichtenstein Palace in Vienna.

As a conductor of Joven Orquesta Provincial de Malaga Albert made his debut in March of 2014 in Malaga with the works of Mozart and Sibelius and in Nerja Conductig Rossini`s "Stabat Mater" with Coral Alminares and la JOPMA.

And the same month he made his debut in Madrid with European Royal Orchestra in Madrid.
Since 2013 Albert is a Artistic Director of "Eduardo Ocon" International Music Course in Malaga(Mollina).


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    NameSkuratov, Albert
    Date of Birth1988-12-28
    Main languageSpanish; Castilian
    Additional languages English,  Russian 
    attended UniversitiesEscuela Superior de Musica Reina Sofia
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