Evgeny Bushkov



When the eighteen-year-old Evgeny Bushkov (b. 1968), the greatest individuality of the 9th International Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition (1986), came to Poznań, he was still as a student in Valery Klomov's class of Moscow Conservatory's Secondary School of Music. Earlier, he took tuition from such virtuosos as Leonid Kogan or Viktor Tretyakov. Graduate of Moscow Conservatory, he tours and makes recordings the world over. Recently he has performed as conductor. Lives in Texas.

[2005]

Evgeny Bushkov (USSR) - Nicolo Paganini - Caprice No. 11 Op. 1.mp3 3.88 MB

Evgeny Bushkov (USSR) - Henryk Wieniawski - Caprice No. 2 La Velocite Op. 10.mp3 1.53 MB

Evgeny Bushkov (USSR) - Henryk Wieniawski - Violin Concerto No. 2 Op. 22 - I, II, III - Poznań Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Krzysztof Missona.mp3 21.73 MB


Rec. competition presentations (1986).


Evgeny Bushkov (in the middle) - 1st Prize; Nobu Wakabayashi (left) - 3rd Prize; Robert Kabara (right) - 3rd Prize.