Vladimir Gorlinsky is the composer and the multiinstrumentalist.

Vladimir Gorlinsky was born in 1984 in Moscow. Vladimir began to study classical guitar performance in 1991. Graduated the Moscow Conservatory (composition under supervision of V.G.Tarnopolsky) and is now a postgraduate student since 2008. In 2003 Vladimir Gorlinsky attended master-classes of Yann Geslin, in 2005 — of Tristan Murail, then in 2007 — master-classes of Louis Andriessen, Martijn Padding and Richard Ayres. Since then he started studying the basics of sound production, learning fingerings and performing on diverse musical instruments — flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, trombone, banjo, shakuhachi, gu-zheng, erhu, didjeridoo and so on. Since 2005 Vladimir makes recordings of his acoustic pieces, playing all parts on available instruments by himself.

Vladimir Gorlinsky's compositions have been performed at the festivals of new music in Russia and abroad including “The Moscow autumn”, “X Moscow forum”, “World Music Days 2007” (Hong-Kong), “Pythian games 2008” (St.-Petersburg). His pieces were played by many well-known musicians and orchestras, including trumpeter Marсo Blaauw (Netherlands), Ensemble “Ereprijs” (Apeldoorn, Netherlands), Ensemble “Studio for New Music” (Moscow, Russia), Ensemble “KlangNetz” (Berlin, Germany), “eNsemble” (St.-Petersburg, Russia). In May 2007 in five cities in Netherlands there was a first performance of a collective opera “Boxing Pushkin” with the music by Vladimir Gorlinsky.

The piece “To Origins” by Vladimir Gorlinsky has won the First prize at the A. Schnittke International Competition of Young Composers (2002), the “Beiklang” got Second prize at IV Jurgenson International Young Composers Competition (2007). The piece “Ultimate granular pradise” was awarded with the Audience's prize at the festival “Pythian games” in St. Peterburg (2008). Also his piece “UGP” was marked as recommended work in two category at “ROSTRUM” (2008) and was broadcasted by world radio stations.

Vladimir Gorlinsky's compositions have been performed at the festivals of new music in Russia and abroad including “The Moscow autumn”, “X Moscow forum”, “World Music Days 2007” (Hong-Kong), “Pythian games 2008” (St.-Petersburg). His pieces were played by many well-known musicians and orchestras, including trumpeter Marсo Blaauw (Netherlands), Ensemble “Ereprijs” (Apeldoorn, Netherlands), Ensemble “Studio for New Music” (Moscow, Russia), Ensemble “KlangNetz” (Berlin, Germany), “eNsemble” (St.-Petersburg, Russia). In May 2007 in five cities in Netherlands there was a first performance of a collective opera “Boxing Pushkin” with the music by Vladimir Gorlinsky.

The piece “To Origins” by Vladimir Gorlinsky has won the First prize at the A. Schnittke International Competition of Young Composers (2002), the “Beiklang” got Second prize at IV Jurgenson International Young Composers Competition (2007). The piece “Ultimate granular pradise” was awarded with the Audience?s prize at the festival “Pythian games” in St. Peterburg (2008). Also his piece “UGP” was marked as recommended work in two category at “ROSTRUM” (2008) and was broadcasted by world radio stations.

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