Sergei Dubov

Viola

Principal

Sergei Dubov
Sergei Doubov was born in 1963. In 1989 he graduated with honors from the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory, and was a student of Yuri Bashmet. Beginning in 1989, he was assistant principal violist in the Moscow State Symphonic Orchestra. In 1990, he began playing with the Russian National Orchestra. He is presently principal violist.

Sergei Doubov plays frequently in a variety of chamber ensembles, performing with Mikhail Pletnev, Yuri Bashmet, A. Rudin, V. Feigin, Rustem Gabdullin, V. Popov, Vanessa May and many others. He also collaborates with contemporary music ensembles of the Russian Union of Composers and the Moscow Concert Philharmonic Union. He has taken part in a number of music festivals, including: The Festival of Soviet Music (Boston, 1988), The Festival of Chamber Music (Rheinland-Pfaltz, Germany), the Tokyo Summer Festival, International Gaudeamus Music Week (Amsterdam), December Evenings, Moscow Autumn and others.

Doubov has been recorded on CDs featuring chamber works by Haydn, Glinka, Stravinsky, Hindemuth, Debussy, Ravel and others.

Performances with the RNO

April 2018

In Russia

27 Fri

Vrubel Hall, Tretyakov Gallery

Moscow

Russia

Location

  • Vrubel Hall, Tretyakov Gallery
  • Time: 5 PM

Program

For families adversely affected by the 1986 Chernobyl Disaster

Part of the annual concert series for youth supported by Chevron

Vivaldi
Concerto from the "Harmonic Inspirations" cycle for two violins, strings and basso continuo, in A minor (RV522, op.3)
Piazzolla
"Winter in Buenos Aires," for violin and string orchestra, from the cycle "Four Seasons in Buenos Aires"
Telemann
Concerto for two violas, strings and basso continuo, in G major
Tsybin
Concerto Allegro No. 1, for flute and string orchestra
Telemann
Concerto for trumpet, strings and basso continuo, in D major
Doppler
"Riga souvenir" for flute, French horn and string orchestra
Bach
Concerto No. 1 for violin, string orchestra and basso continuo, in A minor
Cimarosa
Concerto for clarinet and string orchestra, in C minor
Conductor:

Alexei Sobolev

Guest Artists:

Alexey Bruni, Violin

Sergei Dubov, Viola

Maxim Rubtsov, Flute

Maxim Khokholkov, Violin

Anastasia Khokholkova, Violin

Alexander Tatarinov, Viola

Konstantin Grigoryev, Trumpet

Alexey Serov, French Horn

Dmitry Aizenshtadt, Clarinet

Leonid Ogrinchuk, Piano, Basso Continuo

2017-2018 Season

April 2017

In Russia

27 Thu

Vrubel Hall, Tretyakov Gallery

Moscow

Russia

Location

  • Vrubel Hall, Tretyakov Gallery
  • Time: 5 PM

Program

Magic of Music Concert

For families adversely affected by the 1986 Chernobyl Disaster.

Mozart
A Little Night Music, 1st movement, K.525
Benda
"Grave" for Viola & string orchestra
Bach
"Badinerie" from Suite No. 2 in H minor, BWV 1067
Mancini
"Baby Elephant Walk"
"Maggie's Theme," from The Thorn Birds
Gigue
Vivaldi
"Seasons", op.8, no.1 (Concert no.1 in E major "Spring")
Grieg
Suite "From Holberg's Time" for string orchestra, op.40
Vivaldi
Seasons, op.8, no.2 (Concert no.2 in G minor "Summer")
Piazzolla
Libertango
Conductor:

Alexei Sobolev

Guest Artists:

Alexey Bruni, Violin

Maxim Khokholkov, Violin

Sergei Dubov, Viola

Maxim Rubtsov, Flute

2016-2017 Season

February 2006

In Russia

15 Wed

Orchestrion

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Soloists of the RNO

Mozart, W. A.
Quartet for Flute and Strings, D major (K.285)
Quartet for Flute and Strings, A major (K.298)
Kegelstatt Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano, E flat major (K.498)
String Trio, E flat major (K.563)
Guest Artists:

Alexey Bogorad, Clarinet

Sergei Dubov, Viola

Alexey Bruni, Violin

Alexander Gottgelf, Cello

Mikhail Dubov, Piano

2005-2006 Season

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