Dmitry Anakovsky


Dmitry Anakovsky
Dmitry Anakovsky was born in 1978, in Moscow, and began studying music at the age of seven. Beginning in 1991, he began studying tuba at the State High School for Wind Arts, under R.B. Magalimov.

In 1996, Dmitry entered the Moscow Conservatory, studying under Yu.Ya. Larin and finished his graduate studies there in 2001.

From 1998 to 2001, Dmitry was a member of the Bolshoi Theater Orchestra and from 2002-2005 worked in the Russian Philharmonia Orchestra, led by Alexander Vedernikov, often performing as a soloist.

Dmitry won first prize in the 2003 Tolyatti International Competition, and second prize in the 2006 Rimsky-Korsakov Competition in St. Petersburg. Dmitry joined the RNO in 2005.

Performances with the RNO

January 2020

In Russia

30 Thu

Philharmonia 2, Rachmaninov Concert Hall




Concert of RNO Soloists and Chamber Ensembles

Suite in D Major (arrangement for trumpet and string quartet)
Passacaglia for Violin and Viola
Winter Serenade (arranged for three trombones and tuba)
Andante and Scherzo, Allegro from Trio for Piano, Violin and French Horn, op. 40
“Mirror” (for percussion)
Kiselev & Belousov
Old-fashioned tango-sketch, "Greetings from Astor"
Massimo Diego Pujol
“San Telmo” from Suite Buenos Aires
Fantasy Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano
Andrey Rubtsov
Four Bagatelles for a wind quartet (Parade, Waltz in imitation of Khachaturian, Little Pastoral, Allegretto Giocoso)
Guest Artists:

Vladislav Lavrik, Trumpet

Lina Vartanova, Violin

Alexei Sobolev, Violin

Ksenia Kotlyarevskaya, Violas

Vsevolod Guzov, Cello

Olga Chepizhnaya, Violin

Ivan Irkhin, Trombone

Sergei Koryavichev, Trombone

Ilya Savostyanov, Trombone

Dmitry Anakovsky, Tuba

Vitaly Nazarov, Oboe

Alexey Serov, French Horn

Ilia Melikhov, Percussion

Vitaly Martyanov, Percussion

Maxim Rubtsov, Flute

Dmitry Andreyev, Guitar

Dmitry Aizenshtadt, Clarinet

Ekaterina Aizenshtadt, Piano

Andrey Snegirev, Bassoon

2019-2020 Season

What They’re Saying

"I saw the greatest orchestra in the world play Friday night. If you think that's hyperbole, ask anyone who was in Yardley Hall that night. The Russian National Orchestra is the Rolls-Royce of orchestras, no ordinary ensemble."

The Kansas City Star