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Yury Revich

Violinist Vienna, Austria 135 Followers
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All Eyes on You – Young Artist in Residence

22 Sep '17
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Bank Austria Salon, Altes Rathaus Wipplinger Str. 8, Vienna, Austria
7:00 PM
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Kunst & Klassik kuratiert von Yury Revich

28 Sep '17
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Schloss Belvedere Prinz-Eugen-Straße 27, Vienna, Austria
7:00 PM
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Fundraising concert for Friday Nights with Yury Revich

18 Oct '17
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Grand Hotel Kärntner Ring 9, Vienna, Austria
7:00 PM
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Dreamland - Charity Gala supporting Children in Need

10 Nov '17
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Hotel Imperial Kärntner Ring 16 , Vienna, Austria
7:00 PM
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Special Star Guest appearance at the Silvester Ball

31 Dec '17
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Hofburg Michaelerkuppel, Vienna, Austria
7:30 PM
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Latest videos

Recent release

  1. Oblivion 03:30
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Latest tracks

Oblivion

Classical 03:30 1 year ago
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Fantasy on themes from the Magic Flute Opera

Classical 10:59 2 years ago
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The Carmen Fantasy

Classical 11:40 2 years ago
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Serenade No. 7 in D Major, KV.250 Rondo

Classical 08:25 2 years ago
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Sonata in G Major, KV.301, II. Allegro

Classical 05:20 2 years ago
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Recent blog

Performing with an iPad

Yury Revich 1 year ago

And another entry is here!

Playing with an iPad.
Last couple of years I was frequently thinking about getting an iPad as an alternative for the music stand.
In this November I finally got it, together with a stand and a pedal.

From now on, officially, I have to declare that it's much better then a standart music stand,
1- it doesn't cover you from the audience at all, it's a small screen, yet clear enough to see the score well.
2- page turning with a special pedal is a great thing, it took me 1 performance to completely get used to it. It even has lights on it, in case you are performing in the darkness.
3- you don't depend on loosing your scores in a trip.
4- you can easily take pics of the score, and it'll be automatically transformed into an e-score, where you can make and erase any notes, writing with your finger like with a pencil.

Don't worry about the battery of a pedal- it's two simple AA batteries and they last for a long time.
To get a holder I would also advice to buy a simple music stand, take off a scores holder, and get an adjustable holder for an iPad (avilable in any music shops or online) and just install it on the stand.

Yes, it is very nice to hold a nice score in hands, but I believe all artists should choose the way they perform at their best, and iPad might help well for that.

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About Yury Revich

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"full-blooded authority, fleet-fingered dexterity, innate musicality and substantial accuracy..." -The Strad
www.yuryrevich.com

Young Artist of the Year 2015 by the International Classical Music Awards and winner of the "Young Musician of the Year" award by Beethoven Center Vienna , at only 23 years of age, Yury Revich already is a very mature and serious artist. He is one of the most expressive musicians of his generation and is based in Vienna, Austria.

Whenever he is not at performances in all corners of the world – in 2009, he played his debut at Carnegie Hall and in 2013 at La Scala, Milan, he has performed at the Berliner Philharmonie, Berlin Konzerthaus, Vienna Musikverein, Tonhalle Zürich, Vienna Konzerthaus, Gewandhaus Leipzig, Laeiszhalle in Hamburg, Metropolitan Art Space Tokyo,Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, Cadogan Hall London as well as the Preston Bradley Hall in Chicago and many others, and can be heard at many international festivals – Yury tries to use his music for charitable events.

Together with the European-Russian Society for International Cooperation, where Yury functions as Artistic Director, he organized a concert in Vienna in 2011 for the victims of the tsunami in Japan. Additionally, he collaborates with the organisation „Kleine Herzen“ that helps Russian and Ukranian children.

In 2015 he organized the First Austrian Gala Charity "All for Autism", and in September 2015 performs in the WDR summer night concert at the Gerry Weber Stadion broadcasted internationally.

Yury also lives out his creativity in the film medium: He is practicing to direct and to act and has already produced a short film of his own.

He records for Sony Classical, ARS, Odradek and OnePointFM , WDR, BR, Radio France, among many other European and American radio and television networks. His CDs are on playlist of Lufthansa flights.

Yury is artist in residence of Aurora Star Festival, Bad Ragaz Festival etc.

Yury Revich is very versatile in his works: he finds it fascinating to play baroque music on historical instruments – for example with the harpsichordist Olga Fillipova – but equally enjoys working with modern influences. In order to fully expand on his repertoire, Yury also plays as a chamber musician in ensembles with renowned artists such as Massimo Quatra, Gary Hoffman, Liana Isakadze, Lawrence Dutton, Robert McDuffie, Daniil Trifonov and others.

In 2015 Yury launched a new international concert cycle in Vienna "Friday Nights with Yury Revich" with artists like Paul Badura-Skoda, Alexey Igudesman, Johanna Doderer, Kotaro Fukuma and many other celebrities taking part.

As a soloist with an orchestra, Yury performs with many Orchestras,

including Svetlanov State Symphony, La Verdi Milano, Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie Rheinald-Pfalz, North-West Deutsche

Philarmonie, Il Pomeriggi Musicale, Zagreb Soloists, Russian National,

Moscow Soloists

and collaborates with conductors like Yuri Bashmet, Mikhail Pletnev, Zhang

Xian, Gintaras Rinkevicius, Yuri Simonov, Justus Frantz and others.


Since 2008, Yury has been playing on a violin that was specifically built for him by the French master luthier Alan Karbonar, and now playing on a Balestrieri from 1783 which was generously placed at his disposal by the Goh Family Foundation in Singapore and the Amadeus International School in Vienna. Moreover, he was accorded the honor of performing on a Duke Alba Stradivari and a Guarneri del Gesu Ex-Max Rostal that were furnished by the Stradivari Society.

He is the Music Ambassador of the Amadeus Vienna International and
Beethoven Center Vienna.

Yury Revich started playing the violin at age five and now studying with Pavel Vernikov. He comes from a dynasty of violinists: his father,
grandfather and greatgrandfather were all dedicated to the string
instrument. When Yury turned seven, he entered the Central Music Acadamy of
the Moscow Conservatory as a student of Galina Turchaninova. Between 2005
and 2009, he studied under V. Pickaizen and then went to the Vienna
Conservatory in 2009, where he is being taught by Pavel Vernikov.
Furthermore, his teachers in Vienna and Moscow included Yury's father, A.
Revich and V. Vorona.

In Vienna, during his studies in Vienna Conservatory, Yury Revich founded the young quartet „Quatuor
du Soleil“ which, next to classical music, also plays romantic, baroque and
contemporary pieces.

Yury is professor at the WOM academy Spain

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