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Requiem : for narrator, mixed choir and symphonic orchestra / Kuzma Bodrov

Genre: Vocal music
Subgenre: Mixed choir and orchestra
Instruments: GK 2fl 2ob 2cl 2fg 4h 3tpt 3trb tb perc hp cel pf str

On wings of wind, flying over the world : for large ensemble / Kuzma Bodrov

Genre: Orchestra
Subgenre: Large ensemble (12 or more players)
Instruments: ocarina bagpipe bandoneon domra pipa gtr ud balalayka pf pf str

Illusion : for viola and symphony orchestra / Kuzma Bodrov

Genre: Orchestra
Subgenre: Viola and Orchestra
Instruments: vla-solo 2fl 2ob 2cl 2fg 4h 3tpt 3trb tb timp 4perc pf hp str

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Requiem : for narrator, mixed choir and symphonic orchestra / Kuzma Bodrov

Genre: Vocal music
Subgenre: Mixed choir and orchestra
Instruments: GK 2fl 2ob 2cl 2fg 4h 3tpt 3trb tb perc hp cel pf str

 

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Bodrov, Kuzma

Kuzma Bodrov (Osh, Kyrgystan 1980) graduates from the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory as a composer in the class of profesor A. Tchaikovsky. He currently teaches in the Conservatory and is an assitant to A. Tchaikovsky.
The music of Kuzma Bodrov has been presented in Russia, Europe, America, Australia and New Zealand and has been performed by the E. Evetlanov State Academic Symphony Orchestra, the Academic State Moscow Philarmonic Orchestra, the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, the “New Russia” Academic Symphony Orchestra, the National Philarmonic Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra, the “Moscow Soloists”, the Moscow Conservatory Chamber Choir, the V. Popov Academy Choir, the A. Yurlov Capella, the A. Sveshnikov Choir, amongst others.
He has worked with renowned musicians, such as: Y. Bashmet, Y. Simonov, A. Sladkovsky, B. Tevlin, V. Ziva, S. Stadler, A. Solovev, B. Quintas, B. Berezovsky, M. Bayo, N. Borisoglebsky, E. Mechetina, S. Antonov, A Trostianky, E. Revich and V. Kholodenko, amongst others.
He is a member of the Dmitry Krimov laboratory. He has as well worked for cinema with such directors as K. Khabensky and P. Lungin. He has been the music director for the animation films pedagogical project “Tales of the Old Piano”, which received the State Prize in 2013.
From 2011 he is the resident composer for the WYD (JMJ) Madrid Symphony Orchestra, where amongst his works there are several composed specially for HH Benedict XVI. From 2012 he is a guest professor at the Centro Superior Katarina Gurska of Madrid. He also teaches in the High Courses for stage directors in Moscow.
He is a laureate for many russian and international competitions: S. Prokofiev (Saint Petersburg 2012, I Prize for his Concert-Sonata for Violin and Orchestra), D. Shostakovich (Saint-Petersburg, I Prize for his Violin Concerto) and N. Miaskovsky (Moscow, I Prize for his String Quartet) amongst others. He won as well the Moscow Conservatory D. Shostakovich Prize.
In 2011 he was named “Person of the year” by the “Muzikalnoe Obozrenie” newspaper under the “New generation-Musician of the year” nomination.