Вадим Вилинов
Vadim Vilinov

Vadim Vilinov – the conductor whom distinguish scale of thinking, fine feeling of a form, magnificent technical equipment. It allows it to create interpretations of music of different epoch and styles.

Vadim Vilinov was born in 1969 in Rostov-on-Don. Conductor's education received in the Saratov State Conservatory of. L.Sobinov in a class of the National artist of Russia M. Annamamedov, and National artist of Russia, professor Y. Kochnev. In 2006 passed training on courses of conductor's in England at the professor of the London Royal academy of music – George Hurst.

Since 1999 V. Vilinov cooperates with the Rostov academic symphonic orchestra as the guest conductor, in 2011-2012 worked as the music director and the chief conductor of the Academic symphonic orchestra of the Rostov philharmonic. In 2000 V. Vilinov's opera debut when it represented itself as the conductor-director of the opera Verdi "Traviata" at the Rostov State musical theater. Since 2007 is the art director and the main conductor, created by him, a chamber orchestra "Symphony". Performance of the Mass h-moll of I.S. Bach became one of creative achievements. In 2002-2011 worked as the music director, the chief conductor, the director of the Concert Wind’s of the Rostov philharmonic.

As the guest conductor, acted with symphonic orchestras of philharmonic Kursk, Saratov, Vladivostok, symphonic orchestras of Bulgaria and South Korea. Went on tour in Sweden, Norway, Austria, Italy, China, Kazakhstan, Ukraine.

Twice in 2007 and 2009, by the invitation of Clevelend State University of the USA worked with a student's orchestra of university, acted with lectures and master classes.

Since 2002 the teacher, since 2004 the associate professor of the Rostov state conservatory of S. Rakhmaninov (orchestra conducting).