Alexander Yuryevich Radvilovich (Russian: Александр Юрьевич Радвилович; born 1955) is a Russian composer, pianist and teacher from Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg) from which Conservatory he also graduated at which he was under guidance from Sergei Slonimsky. In 1992 and 1994 respectively he was the first ever composer of Russian origin to get education at the International New Music in Darmstadt. He is known for his symphonies of two of his own poems called Legend About Violinist and Pushkin. At one time, after reading Fyodor Dostoyevsky he composed a string quartet called The Boy at Christ’s New Year Celebration and also designed a mini opera called Let’s Write Fairy-tale. He also composed an opera called Hindrance which was based on Danii Kharms' poem Ruin of the Gods. Currently he is a

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  • Alexander Jurjewitsch Radwilowitsch (russisch Александр Юрьевич Радвилович, in englischer Transkription Alexander Radvilovich; * 1955 in Leningrad) ist ein russischer Komponist und Pianist. (de)
  • Alexander Yuryevich Radvilovich (Russian: Александр Юрьевич Радвилович; born 1955) is a Russian composer, pianist and teacher from Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg) from which Conservatory he also graduated at which he was under guidance from Sergei Slonimsky. In 1992 and 1994 respectively he was the first ever composer of Russian origin to get education at the International New Music in Darmstadt. He is known for his symphonies of two of his own poems called Legend About Violinist and Pushkin. At one time, after reading Fyodor Dostoyevsky he composed a string quartet called The Boy at Christ’s New Year Celebration and also designed a mini opera called Let’s Write Fairy-tale. He also composed an opera called Hindrance which was based on Danii Kharms' poem Ruin of the Gods. Currently he is a member of both Russian Composer’s and Saint Petersburg Composer's Unions and works as music pedagogue at the Humanitarian University of the Petersburg Conservatory. On occasion, he tours the world as composer, pianist and leader of the Sound Ways which he also founded back in 1989. His music is published by various labels in countries such as Russia, the Netherlands and the United States. (en)
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  • Alexander Jurjewitsch Radwilowitsch (russisch Александр Юрьевич Радвилович, in englischer Transkription Alexander Radvilovich; * 1955 in Leningrad) ist ein russischer Komponist und Pianist. (de)
  • Alexander Yuryevich Radvilovich (Russian: Александр Юрьевич Радвилович; born 1955) is a Russian composer, pianist and teacher from Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg) from which Conservatory he also graduated at which he was under guidance from Sergei Slonimsky. In 1992 and 1994 respectively he was the first ever composer of Russian origin to get education at the International New Music in Darmstadt. He is known for his symphonies of two of his own poems called Legend About Violinist and Pushkin. At one time, after reading Fyodor Dostoyevsky he composed a string quartet called The Boy at Christ’s New Year Celebration and also designed a mini opera called Let’s Write Fairy-tale. He also composed an opera called Hindrance which was based on Danii Kharms' poem Ruin of the Gods. Currently he is a (en)
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  • Alexander Jurjewitsch Radwilowitsch (de)
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