ORCHESTRAL MUSIC

  • Concerto for harp and fifteen strings. In two movements (ca. 20’, 1998)

  • “Nimergekommener” (Who never has come). A Symphony for soprano, organ and a large symphony orchestra. In five movements. Poetry by R. M. Rilke, E. Lasker- Schueler, P. Zelan .(1998-1999, ca. 30’. Recording of some movements) 

  • “The Little Mermaid”. Suite for a symphony orchestra and a narrator (ca. 40’, 2007-2010)

  • “Paazer’e” (The Lake Land) for a symphony orchestra and three feminine folk singers. Belarusian  folk texts. (ca. 7‘30’’, 2011)

  • “Traveler” for orchestra (ca. 10’, 2013-2014)

  • "My Love". Sonnet by Shakespear No. 147  for mixed choir, harp, vibraphone , and strings (2016, ca.6')

  • Concerto For Two Violins And Orchestra (15', 2017. Premiere- March 15, 2017, Jackson Heights, New York) 

CONCERTO FOR TWO VIOLINS AND ORCHESTRA (2017)

"astonishing" 

Barry Wordsworth,

BBC conductor, former Royal Ballet Music Director

"very interesting, inventive, and dynamic. I enjoyed listening to it very much"

David Kim,

concertmaster of Philadelphia Orchestra

Concerto for Two Violins and Orchestra was written for Jackson Heights Community Orchestra  ( New York) and two outstanding soloists, Julia Meynert-Guarino and John Guarino. 

The piece received First prize and People's Choice award, being chosen out of 106 scores submitted for Andrey Petrov Symphony Music Composers' Competition in St. Petersburg, Russia.