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Pilyutikov, Sergey - M - Ukraine 




Ukrainian composer of orchestral, chamber and vocal works that have ben performed all across Europe to hide praise.

     In 1987 Mr. Piluytikov graduated in history from the Kharkiv State University. Beginning in 1989 he studied composition privately with Alexander Shchetvnsky, then continued studying in his composition class at the Kharkiv Art Institute, from which he graduated in 1995.

     From 1985-91 Mr. Piluytikov taught history at a secondary school and from 1991-98 he taught composition at a children's music scool in Kharkiv. Since 1999 he has lived in Kyiv, where he became the founder and artistic director of Ensemble "Ricochet" - a group of young Ukrainian musicians performing modern and contemporary music. In 2000 he was appointed the director of the International Youth Music Forum in Kyiv - the festival held by the National Ukrainian Composers' Union.

     In 1993 his work Voices of the rivers for soprano and five players was selected for the final round of the Gaudeamus Composers Competition and performed by the Xenakis Ensemble (Holland) in Amsterdam at the Gaudeamus Music Week 1993.

His music has been performed at the international festivals Tage fьr Neue Music, Zьrich (1998), the Youth Music Forum, Kyiv (1993-94, 1998, 2000), Contrasts, Lviv (1997, 1999-2003), and the Kyiv Travnevy (1999). In addition, his works have been programmed at Two Days and Two Nights, Odessa (1999-2001), Music Premieres of the Season, Kyiv (1999), Musica Nova Sofia (1999), the Mednarodni Festival Nove, Slovenia (1999),Days of New Music,Moldova (1999)  and the International Festival of Contemporary Music XXІ Persepectives, Armenia (2000),Oxrid Summer,Macedonia(2001), Beethovenfest Bonn (2001),Germany. His works also been heard in the concert series New Music in Khrakiv (1996), and at concerts in Switzerland, Poland, Germany, and Ukraine.

     Among the performers of his music are the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, the Symphony Orchestra of the National Music Academy of Ukraine, the Orchestra of National Radio-company of Ukraine, Rivne Philharmony Chamber Orchestra, conductors Roman Kofman, Volodymyr Sirenko, Volodymyr Runchak, Micola Dyadyura, Petro Tovstukha, the Ensemble fьr Neue Musik Zьrich, the Ensemble Ricochet, the Ensemble Cluster, the Stockholm Saxophone Quartet, soloists of the Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble, the Avalon Trio (Switzerland), the French saxophonist Marc Siffert, and the Swiss pianist Dominic Blьm. In addition, the German musicians Christoph Kirschke (saxophone), Solande Blasy (cello) and Peter Hoffmann, the Kyiv Saxophone Quartet, the Ensemble Archi, and the American saxophonists Jessica Maxfield and Paula Van Regenmorter, and the American pianist Andrey Kasparov have all performed his works.

     At the Ukrainian competition for young composers Gradus ad Parnassum (1994) he was awarded the First Prize for Variations for viola. In 2000 his Sonata for saxophone received a diploma as a compulsory piece at the Competition of Saxophonists, Selmer-Paris, Ukraine, at the Beethovenfest (2001) Germany he was awarded the First Prize of the Deutsche Welle Composition Award.His work”…glittering by raindrop…” for clarinet,cello and piano( 2001) was commissioned by the Pro Helvetia Foundation ( Switzerland).In 2002 the Deutsche Welle company released CD with his  Cantus Supra Librum for large orchestra.His music has been broadcast by Deutsche Welle TV,UkranianTV Channel “ 1+1”, “Novyi kanal” ( “New Channel”),” STB”, UT-1, Radio “Voice of Kiev”, “ Promin”- Ukranian National Broadcasting Company. 



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