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Music, Scores and CD's of Sergey Beltiukov can be ordered in The Netherlands.
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Sergey Beltiukov (born.1956) is a successful Belarusian composer of predominantly orchestral, choral and piano works that have been performed throughout Europe.
Mr. Beltiukov studied at the Belarusian State Conservatory in Minsk, where he graduated from the piano class of Grigory Sharshevsky in 1980 and the composition class of Evgeny Glebov in 1987. The compositions written during his study at the Conservatory have shown the intellectual orientation of figurativeness and professionalism of their authorship. Among Mr. Beltiukov’s honours are two Second prizes in the Soviet Union Students and Post-Graduate Students Composition Competition (1985, for Toccata No. 1; 1987, for The Night Butterfly) and a USSR Silver Medal (1988, for The Night Butterfly). Since 1989, after graduating from the Post-graduate study with Mr. Glebov, Mr. Beltiukov continues to actively work in almost all music genres.
In 1990 he co-founded the Belarusian Society of Contemporary Music together with composers Galina Gorelova, Vyacheslav Kuznetsov and Dmitry Lybin. In 1990 his composition “Music for Oboe and tape” was selected by international jury (among two other works of composers from USSR A. Schnittke and G. Kantchelli) and performed during the ISCM World Days of Music in Oslo (the first Belarusian composer featured).
A new period began in 1991 with the creation of the first symphony “Engraving”.
Mr. Beltiukov’s music has been performed at numerous important festivals, including the Kulturtage der Stadt Bonn (Germany, 1994, compositions “Strontium 90”), the Bath International Music Festival (England, 1996, the premiere of “Credo” for flute, cymbal and chamber orchestra, dedicated to Chernobyl tragedy), the Druskininkai Festival (Lithuania, 1999, composition “Concerto Grosso”) and the Warsaw Autumn Festival (Poland, 2000). His music represented Belarus at the UNESCO International Rostrum of Composers in Amsterdam (The Netherlands, 2000). Sergey Beltiukov writes music for films, TV and Radio programs and theatre production.
In 2007, the jubilee of Mr. Beltiukov’s activities as composer, a concert of his works took place in the Great Hall of the Philharmonic Society in Minsk. His compositions Cantata “Pastorale”, 1st Symphony “Engraving”, Requiem “Nenia” and Concerto for Violin and orchestra where performed by Academic Choir, Symphony Orchestra of the National State Broadcasting Company and soloists. “Sergey Beltiukov’s music showed once more the deep connection with the Belarusian traditions and culture” (Minsk Courant Review). For the audience of the International Minsk Spring Festival, the name of the composer has already become a symbol: each year premieres of his new compositions are performed during the festival. In 2010 Mr. Beltiukov did present a new work at the "New Paths in Music" festival in New-York city.
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Olga Beltiukova (piano) graduated Cum Laude studying with Youri Gilduck at the Belarus Academy of Music. She takes part regularly in national and international competitions. In recent years she has been guest tutor at Zhengzhou University in China, where she gave various lessons and master classes, and gave many concerts. Olga Beltiukova gives concerts and teaches at the Belarusian Academy of Music and Music College in Minsk (Belarus).
"het meisje met de gouden klank..."
Ksenia Beltiukova (1986) was born in Minsk in a musical family. In 1992 she began violin lessons with Tatiana Bodneva, Lilia Umnova and Natalia Lapshina at the Music College in Minsk. Ksenia performed regularly with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Belarus and the State Chamber orchestra. Ksenia followed master classes with Dora Schwarzberg, Lydia Mordkovitch, Gerhard Schulz, Herman Krebbers, Georgy Pauk and Josef Rissin.
Since 2005 Ksenia studied with Ilya Grubert at the Conservatory of Amsterdam. In 2010 she completed ‘Cum laude’ her Master’s Degree.
Ksenia is the prizewinner of the International Violin Competition "Jaroslav Kocian” (Chech Republic), the International Violin Competition “Michail Elsky” (Belarus) and the National Princess Christina Competition (Netherlands). She is the laureate of the Chamber Music Competition Almere (Netherlands, 2007), Vibrarte Competition (Paris, 2008), Grachtenfestival Conservatory Competition (Amsterdam, 2008) and Vriendenkrans / Debut Concours (Amsterdam, 2010).
At the age of 18, Ksenia made her successful debut at the Carnegie Recital Hall in New York as prizewinner of the Princess Christina Competition.
In 2008 she was awarded the prestigious Bernard Haitink prize at the Concertgebouw (Amsterdam). During ‘Het Debut’ concert Tour 2010 Ksenia performed in all major concert halls in the Netherlands together with pianist Vital Stahievitch.
Ksenia was on Tour in Italy with the CEI Symphony Orchestra performing Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto. Ksenia performed in "New Masters on Tour” concert series - organized by International Holland Music Sessions in the Netherlands and abroad.