Prof. Miloserdov Viktor



Viktor Miloserdov graduated at the conservatory in St. Petersburg, studying cello under Prof. E. Fischman. Afterwards he enrolled as a postgraduate for cello at the State Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow under A. Fedortschenko. Furthermore he studied privately under Prof. Valentin Feigin and Prof. Armen Georgian.
On the recommendation of Prof. Valentin Feigin, Viktor Miloserdov worked as a solo cellist at the Moscow Philharmonic Concert Association “moskonzert”. He played concerts with piano accompaniment and symphonic orchestras and was recorded and broadcasted by several TV and radio stations. In Moscow, Viktor Miloserdov succeeded in getting taught by cello pundit Prof. Lev Evgrafov. Lev Evgrafov is a Russian chello virtuoso and among others he is famous for playing Rondo-Caprichioso from K. Sen-Sans and other virtuosic violin pieces on the cello.

Furthermore he has published four CDs and is about to oublish 20 other CDs and DVDs with the Moscow broadcasting station. His student Alexandr Rubin already impressed 1978 at the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow with his sensational performance of fantasies on themes from the opera “The Golden Cockerel” from N. A. Rimski-Korsakov. In the course of his study under Evgrafov, Viktor Miloserdov could master in performing Evgrafov’s extraordinary technique, playing virtuosic violin pieces like Capricio from Paganini on his cello. Till this day a close artistic contact and valued friendship links Viktor Miloserdov and Lec Evgrafov.
Since 1988 Viktor Miloserdov is living and working in Vienna. In Germany and Austria he can look back on various positive press commentaries, labeling him as “sensational cellist” and highlighting his concerts as “outstanding”.

In the 1990s sonatas of Brahms, Schubert and E. Zimbalist’s famous fantasies on themes from the opera “The Golden Cockerel” were recorded by the Austrian radio station Ö1.
On his website video recordings are published, showing his concert at the State Academic Capella Hall in St. Petersburg, at which he played No. 1, No. 2, No. 5, No. 6 and No. 17 of Brahams’ 21 Hungarian Dances and the mentioned fantasies on themes from the opera “The Golden Cockerel”.
Viktor Miloserdov represents Lev Evgrafov’s tradition of playing cello. His audience and the newspaper “Baikalskie Westi” already compared his style of performing to Paganini’s. Since September 2014 Viktor Miloserdov is professor at the Wiener Musikakademie.

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