Georgy Levinov

Georgy Levinov was born in Tbilisi, Georgia in 1980 and has been playing violin since the age of six. After graduating from the Central School of Music at the Tbilisi State Conservatory, where he studied with Nona Golovina, Georgy enrolled in the Tbilisi Conservatory in the studio of professor Leo Shiukashvili. During his time in Tbilisi, Georgy played in the string quartet directed by the legendary Boris Chiaureli.
In 1998 Georgy moved to Moscow to enroll in the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory where he continued his violin studies under the guidance of Igor Frolov, Nadezhda Beshkina and Vladislav Igolinsky. He also attended classes in quartet and chamber ensemble given by Sergey Pishiugin, Tigran Alikhanov and Dmitry Kaprin. Between 1999 and 2004, Georgy was a regular participant in the master classes at the Mannheim Conservatory with Roman Nodel. Georgy also received a diploma from the DELFIADA festival, and became a laureate of several international youth competitions, including the international music competition in Kiev (Vorzel) ‘The Art of the 21st Century’ (2004).
Between 2003 and 2005, Georgy performed with the Moscow Symphony Orchestra directed by V. Ziva. In 2005 he was invited as a guest soloist to Amirus, a Russia-U.S. chamber orchestra. From 2000 to 2003 Georgy sang with Mikhail Turetsky’s Choir.

Today, Georgy performs a soloist and in ensembles in various concert halls in Moscow and around the country. He frequently tours in European countries (Germany, France, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, Slovenia) and Israel. Since 2003 he has been a guest concertmaster of the Chamber Orchestra of Valencia-Gilet (Spain). In 2006 Georgy received the title of honorary professor of music of Spain (Quartell, province of Valencia). Currently, Georgy is the director and member of SONORE, a chamber music ensemble, and Creative Director of Pluri-Art International Festival.
In September 2009, Georgy was invited to participate in the ‘Open World’ program initiated by the US Congress as member of the string quartet of the Moscow Symphonic Orchestra. As part of the program, he has performed in concerts throughout the States, including at an event at the Library of Congress, where the quartet performed on Stradivarius instruments.

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