ks507: Oleg Sharov "From Barroco To Jazz"
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Tracks:

Organ Concerto (d) 3 mvts

Vivaldi-Bach
10:46
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 14
List
9:38
October from "Seasons"
Tchaikowsky
4:08
Etude No.5
List
2:56
Kavatina Figaro
Rossini
3:41
Winter Skatches (6 mvts)
Kusjakov
10:39
SVP Tango
Piazzolla
3:02
Scherzo
Dikusarov
4:41
Autumn Leaves
Kosma / Chernikov
4:11
Song For Joss
Musichini / Galliano
2:47
Aquarelli Cubani
Fancelli
4:01
10 km Al Finestrino
Fancelli
3:43
Total Time
65:22
Sound Samples:
Name
Time
mp3 file size
Organ Concerto (d) 3 mvts
20s
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 14
20s
October from "Seasons"
20s
Etude No.5
20s
Kavatina Figaro
20s
Winter Skatches (6 mvts)
20s
SVP Tango
20s
Scherzo
20s
Autumn Leaves
20s
Song For Joss
20s
Aquarelli Cubani
20s
10 km Al Finestrino
20s
Oleg Sharov CV:
Oleg Sharov

was born in 1946 in St.Petersburg-Russia and is a product of the wide range of musical facilities offered by the former Soviet State system.

After preparatory schooling, he attended, at the age of eight, one of the Children's Music Schools in St. Petersburg, of which there are no less than fifty in this great musically famous city. His chosen instrument was the accordion.

After 'Middle Level' studies, he secured one of only 20 places available that year, at the world famous St. Petersburg "Rimsky Korsakov" Conservatory of Music. He then completed five years of study, and was invited to join one of the privileged classes called 'Asperantura', which led to his appointment as a tutor at the Conservatory.

He is now Senior Professor of Music and Head of the Accordion Department at this famous Conservatory of Music.

Oleg Sharov has toured extensively in the USSR, Finland and Eastern Europe. It was not until Peristroika, that he was able to tour in the West and Scandinavia (1987) and the USA (1990).

In recent years, Oleg Sharov has given premieres of about twenty original works for free bass accordion of Russian and European composers. One of these was the premiere performance in the UK (1996) of 'Concerto for Accordion and Orchestra' composed by Ivor Hodgson, with the Manchester Camarata Symphony Orchestra.

Oleg Sharov has continued to enhance his international reputation by touring Japan, France, Chine, Spain, Finland, Italy, Sweden, Portugal, Denmark, Switzeland, Narway, Yugoslavia, Belgium and Poland in recent years.

In addition, he has given Master Classes at the Royal Academies of Music in London, Copenhagen and Antwerp. Also he has been invited to International Accordion Seminars in Barcelona, Tokyo as well as in Finland, Norway, China and Poland.

Oleg Sharov has be asked to adjudicate at Competitions such as the Coupe Mondiale, CMA Trofeo Mondiale and USA Grand Prix a number of times. He also continues to organise two International Accordion Festivals each year in St. Petersburg.

Oleg Sharove has transcribed several classical pieces for the free bass accordion including "The Blue Danube" (Johann Strauss), Hungarian Rhapsody Nos 2 &14 (F. Liszt), Gothic Suite (L. Boelman) and several Russian melodies which have been published in Germany.

His concert repertoire includes music from Baroque to Avantgarde. ( Vivaldi, J.S.Bach, Liszt, Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Repnikov, Banchikov, Olczak and others).

He is regarded by his peers as one of the foremost accomplished 'free bass' accordionists in the world today. In 1985 he was awarded the title of "Honour Artist of the Russian Republic".

St. Petersburg Russia 199155
ul. Korablestroitelej 44-2-444
Oleg Sharov

Phone: +7-812-3514304
Fax: +7-812-3514304

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