Alexey Osipov

   Alexey Osipov was born in St.Petersburg, Russia in 1993. He graduated from the Special music school under St.Petersburg Conservatory where his teachers were Vladimir Ovcharek and Vera Dobrinina. He did his Bachelor and first Master diplomas with maestro Pierre Amoyal in Lausanne HEMU. Later on Alexey successfully finished his second Master diploma with professor Svetlana Makarova at the Conservatoire de Lausanne – HEMU in Switzerland. In 2017 Alexey succesfully finished his postgraduate diploma in Fiesole School of music with maestro Pavel Vernikov and Krzysztof Wegrzyn.

    Alexey Osipov participates in Russian and International music festivals such as Vladimir Spivakov festival in Moscow, “Kissinger Sommer” festival in Bad Kissingen, Germany, Abu Dhabi Classics concert season. He regularly performs in Philharmonic Halls, St.Petersburg State Capella, Jusupov Palace, Glasunov Hall of St.Petersburg Conservatory, Rimsky-Korsakov museum and many other concert halls of St.Petersburg. Alexey performs with number of symphony and chamber orchestras as well as solo and chamber music recitals all around Europe and USA.

     Alexey Osipov is a prizewinner of the following competitions: International Violin Competition in Paris (First prize) – 2005, International Violin Competition in Lvov, Ukraine – 2006, International Festival-competition “Window to Europe”, St.Petersburg (First prize) – 2008,       International Chamber music Competition named after Dmitry Shostackovich, Moscow (Third prize) – 2008, International Chamber music Competition “Charles Hennen Concours”, Nederland (First prize) – 2008, International Competition “New names”, Moscow – 2008, International Violin Competition “Premio Rodolfo Lipizer”, Italy (Special Price) – 2009, Special prize winner of Lausanne competitions of Interpretations – 2012, First prize winner of the Fiesole school of Music competition – 2017.

     Grant holder of Russian Fund of Cultre, Foundation of St.Petersburg Philharmonic Society and Maestro Yuri Temirkanov International Foundation for Cultural Initiatives.