Amadeus International School Vienna’s junior ambassador, Yury Revich, is one of the most expressive Russian violinists of his generation. Even at the young age of twenty, he is already enjoying a successful international career and collaborating with many other world-renowned musicians.
His performances include prestigious venues in Europe, the Middle East, North America, North Africa, and Asia. He caused a sensation with performances at Carnegie Hall, Musikverein Vienna, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow, and Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord in Paris. Performances at international music festivals include the Verbier Festival and Academy, Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad Festival, Vladimir Spivakov’s Festival in Colmar, France, the Rostropovich Festival in Baku, Azerbaijan, Rome Chamber Music Festival, Liana Isakadze’s Festival in Batumy, Georgia, the Festival of Music in Kaunas, Eilat Festival in Israel, Beethoven Festival in Vienna, and many others.
He has toured with the North-West German Philharmonic, Svetlanov State Symphony in Moscow, Excelentia Orchestra at Auditorium Nacional in Madrid, Amadeus Chamber Orchestra, I Pomeriggi Musicali Orchestra in Milano, Novosibirsk Philharmonic, and the Bucharest Philharmonic. Yury has also performed with the Russian National Orchestra conducted by Mikhail Pletnev, the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Yuri Simonov, the Moscow Soloists conducted by Yuri Bashmet, the Svetlanov State Symphony Orchestra conducted by A. Slutcky, with Georgian-German Chamber Orchestra conducted by Liana Isakadze, Morocco Royal Symphony Orchestra conducted by Oleg Reshetkin, the Chamber Orchestra Kremlin conducted by Misha Rachlevski, Azerbaijan State Chamber Orchestra, and the Finnish Symphony Student Orchestra “Riistavesi” conducted by T. Pogani.
He appears in ensembles with Liana Isakadze, Daniil Trifonov, Lily Maisky, Boris Brovtsyn, Denis Kozhuckhin, Evgeny Tonkha, Nina Kogan, Richard Dubugnon, Alissa Margulis, Eniko Magyar, Jakob Koranyi and others.
Next season he is already booked at the Zurich Tonhalle, Musikverein Vienna, Auditorio Nacional de Música Madrid, including recitals at Radio France Montpellier Festival, Munich Gasteig, Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad Festival, Chicago’s Dame Myra Hess Series, at Cankar Hall in Ljubljana and Kolarac Concert Hall in Belgrade.
Yury’s talent has been formally recognized by his success in international competitions. He is the prizewinner of the International Competition “Virtuosos of the XXI Century” in Moscow, the David Oistrach International Violin Competition in Moscow, the “Christmas Star” National Prize, and the “Bernsteingeige” Young Musician Award of Beethoven Center in Vienna. Yury also received a medal “For the generous deeds for the glory of the Motherland”.
Yury is honored by his position as a Junior Ambassador at the Amadeus International School Vienna. He has also worked with the Beethoven Center and is a scholarship holder of Rostropovich Foundation and a laureate of “Beethoven’s Days in Moscow” and the “New Names” chamber music competitions. Yury won the M. Rostropovich grant in 2005 and 2010. He is participant of ORF Radio Austria program for musicians.
In 2008 the French master Alan Karbonar crafted a violin especially for Yury. He is also under the invitation of the Stradivari Society and has performed on violins by Guarneri del Gesu “Ex-Max Rostal” and Stradivari “Duke Alba”. He proudly plays on a Balestrieri 1783 given to him by Goh Family Foundation of Singapore and Amadeus International School Vienna.