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Yuri Goloubev
double bass

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Born in Moscow, Russia, in 1972. In December 2004 Yuri moves to Milan and dedicates himself exclusively to what he considers his "true call": jazz music. In his "adopted home", Italy, he rapidly attracts attention of many important Italian musicians, and this brings him numerous collaborations with such artists as Enrico Pieranunzi, Rosario Giuliani, Franco Cerri, Glauco Venier, Claudio Fasoli, Giovanni Falzone, Guido Manusardi, Gianni Cazzola, Massimo Manzi and many other musicians from overseas (Franco Ambrosetti, Klaus Gesing, Gwilym Simcock, John Law, Benjamin Henocq, Stan Sulzmann, Tim Garland, Asaf Sirkis, Ron Horton, Mike Serin, Michael Rosen, Bill Smith...). Aside from that, since circa 2001 he has already been performing with some of the important American and European jazz artists as Paul Bollenback, Shawnn Monteiro, Christoph Spendel, Adam Nussbaum, Miles Griffith and others. From 2007 till 2009 teaches Jazz Languages course at the Centro Professione Musica (CPM) in Milan, from 2010 - Professor of Jazz Double Bass at Trento Conservatory.

Yuri participates in various known jazz festivals like London Jazz Festival, Bangkok Jazz Festival, Leverkusener Jazztaege (Germania), Umbria Jazz (Italy),Saalfelden Jazz Festival (Austria),Brecon Festival of Jazz (England),Porsche Jazz (Italy), Iseo Jazz (Italy), Loulé Jazz Festival (Portugal), Boheme Jazz (Russia), St.Petersburg Jazz Spring (Russia),Jazz Carnival (Ukraine), Jazzahead (Germany)...

Receiving his Master's Degree in double bass as a soloist and chamber music performer from the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory in 1995 (where he has also studied classical composition), in 2002 Yuri becomes the youngest bass player ever in the history of both USSR and Russia to be awarded the prestigious title of the Honored Artist of Russia by President Putin. In 2000 the well-known magazine "Harper's Bazaar" places a feature article on Yuri Goloubev, and the Italian "Jazz Magazine" places a large interview with Yuri in 2006.

From 1991 till 1992 Yuri performs with the famed Bolshoi Opera, and from 1992 till 2004 holds a position of the Principal Bass with one of the world's most noted chamber orchestras - Moscow Soloists directed by Yuri Bashmet. In this way he collaborated with some of the top classical artists: Thomas Quasthoff, Lynn Harrell, James Galway, Gidon Kremer, Barbara Hendricks, Sviatoslav Richter, Mstislav Rostropovich, Vladimir Spivakov, Maxim Vengerov and many others. Yuri made his appearances in a great number of world's most important venues including Carnegie Hall (New York), Suntory Hall (Tokyo), Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Musikverein (Vienna), Salle Pleyel (Paris), Royal Albert Hall (London), Palacio de Bellas Artes (Mexico City), Sydney Opera House, Palais des Beaux Arts (Brussels), Accademia di Santa Cecilia (Rome), Megaro (Athens), Gewandhaus (Leipzig) and in such festivals as Bath Music Festival (England), Omaggio a Roma (Italy), Casals Festival (Puerto Rico), Festival di Perth (Australia), Prestige de la Musique (France), Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival (Finland), Hong Kong Festival of the Arts - to name just a few.

Has also performed with such orchestras as l'Orchestra Filarmonica del Teatro alla Scala and l'Orchestra Filarmonica Toscanini and wrote a number of jazz and chamber music works as well as bass transcriptions and arrangements. Some of these works are published in Russia, Germany and the United States. In addition, he has lead diverse master classes in the field of both classical and jazz music in the United States, England, Ireland and Italy.

Yuri's playing and compositions are featured on over 70 CD recordings, some of them – as a leader or co-leader.

Sydney Opera House (Sydney, Australia)
Musikverein (Vienna, Austria)
Palace des Beaux Arts (Brussels, Belgium)
Toronto Symphony Hall (Toronto, Canada)
Prague Philharmonic Hall (Prague, Czech Republic)
Tivoli Hall (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Royal Albert Hall (London, England)
Barbican Centre (London, England)
Tapiola Hall (Espoo, Finland)
Salle Pleyel (Paris, France)
Theatre des Champs Elysees (Paris, France)
Louvre Museum (Paris, France)
Salle Gaveau (Paris, France)
Cite de la Musique (Paris, France)
Berlin Philharmonic Hall (Berlin, Germany)
Konzerthaus (ex. Schauspielhaus) (Berlin, Germany)
Gewandhaus (Leipzig, Germany)
Alte Oper (Frankfurt, Germany)
Beethovenhalle (Bonn, Germany)
Prinzregenttheater (Munich, Germany)
Megaro Hall (Athens, Greece)
Acropolis (Athens, Greece)
Concertgebouw (Amsterdam, Holland)
Concertgebouw (Rotterdam, Holland)
Hong Kong City Concert Hall (Hong Kong)
National Concert Hall (Dublin, Ireland)
F. Mann Auditorium (Tel Aviv, Israel)
Sherover Hall (Jerusalem, Israel)
Verdi Hall (Milano, Italy)
Academia Santa Cecilia Concert Hall (Rome, Italy)
Suntory Hall (Tokyo, Japan)
Tokyo Opera City (Tokyo, Japan)
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan (Tokyo, Japan)
Izumi Hall (Osaka, Japan)
Symphony Hall (Osaka, Japan)
Riga Philharmonic Hall (Riga, Latvia)
Vilnius Philharmonic Hall (Vilnius, Lithuania)
Palacio de Bellas Artes (Mexico, D.F., Mexico)
Casino Concert Hall (Monte Carlo, MoNaco)
Town Hall (Wellington, New Zealand)
Oslo Philharmonic Hall (Oslo, Norway)
Gulbenkian Center (Lisbon, Portugal)
Auditorio Nacional de Musica (Madrid, Spain)
Auditorium Stravinsky (Montreux, Switzerland)
Kiev Opera House (Kiev, Ukraine)
Carnegie Hall (New York, USA)
Symphony Hall (Chicago, USA)
Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts (Ft.Lauderdale, USA)
Dorothy Chandler Center for the Performing Arts (Los Angeles, USA)
Symphony Hall (Boston, USA)
Symphony Hall (Seattle, USA)
Kalarac Hall (Belgrade, Yugoslavia)
Moscow Conservatory Grand Hall (Moscow, Russia)
St.Petersburg Philharmonic Hall (St.Petersburg, Russia)

Festival St.Gallen Steiermark (St.Gallen, Austria)
Carinthischer Sommer (Villach, Austria)
Festival of Perth (Perth, Australia)
Festival van Vlaanderen (Brussels, Belgium)
March Music Days (Rousse, Bulgaria)
Prague Spring (Prague, Czech Republic)
Brecon Jazz Festival (Brecon, England)
BBC Promenade Concerts (London, England)
Bath Music Festival (Bath, England)
Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival (Kuhmo, Finland)
Lounais-Hameen Musiikkipaivat (Forssa, Finland)
Lahti Organ Festival (Lahti, Finland)
Rencontres Musicales d'Evian (Evian, France)
Festival de Musique de Menton (Menton, France)
Fetes Musicales (Biarritz, France)
Prestige de la Musique (Paris, France)
Semaine Musicales de Tours (Tours, France)
Jazzahead (Bremen, Germany)
Festival Pro (Bonn - Rolandseck, Germany)
International Oleg Kagan Musikfest (Kreuth, Germany)
International Viola Congress (Kronberg, Germany)
Kammermusiktage am Schloss Elmau (Elmau, Germany)
Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele/Internationale Festspiele Baden-Wurttemberg (Ludwigsburg, Germany)
Hortos Festival (Hortos, Greece)
Hong Kong Festival of the Arts (Hong Kong)
Eilat Festival (Eilat, Israel)
Piacenza Jazz Fest (Piacenza, Italy) Elba - Isola Musicale d'Europa (Portoferraio, Italy)
Stresa Music Festival (Stresa, Italy)
Hommagio a Roma (Rome, Italy)
Loule' Jazz Festival (Loule', Portugal) Festival de Musique en Mer (aboard m/s "Mermoz" - Mediterranean)
New Zealand Festival of the Arts (Wellington, New Zealand)
Casals Festival (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
Russian Winter Arts Festival (Moscow, Russia)
Jazz Voices (Moscow, Russia)
St.Petersburg Musical Meetings (St.Petersburg, Russia)
Rencontres Musicale a Russie (Moscow, Russia)
Just Friends (St.Petersburg, Russia)
Moscow Autumn (Moscow, Russia)
December Nights (Moscow, Russia)
Stars of White Nights (St.Petersburg, Russia)
Sakharov Memorial Festival (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)
Classic Hit Cocktail (Kaliningrad, Russia)
Festival de Musique Montreux-Vevey (Montreux, Switzerland)
Verbier Festival (Verbier, Switzerland)
Primavera Concertistica di Lugano (Lugano, Switzerland)
Istanbul International Festival (Istanbul, Turkey)
Morris International Festival of the Arts (Morristown, NJ, USA)
Boheme Jazz (Moscow, Russia)
St.Petersburg Jazz Spring (St.Petersburg, Russia)
Mikkeli Music Days (Mikkeli, Finland)

Jazz: Paul Bollenback, Shawnn Monteiro, Denise Perrier, Eddie Gomez, Miles Griffith, Christoph Spendel, Sigi Finkel, Chris McNulty, Phil Maturano, Michel Portal, Enrico Pieranunzi, Guido Manusardi, Claudio Fasoli, Adam Nussbaum, Giovanni Falzone, Napua Davoy and others

Classical: Yuri Bashmet, Mario Brunello, Sarah Chang, Vera Dulova, James Galway, Lynn Harrell, Barbara Hendricks, Kim Kashkashian, Gidon Kremer, Shlomo Mintz, Michel Portal, Thomas Quasthoff, Vadim Repin, Sviatoslav Richter, Mstislav Rostropovich, Vladimir Spivakov, Maxim Vengerov, Uto Ughi and others

Contacts and Information:
Yuri Goloubev
Mobile: +39 333 5027723
web: http://www.yurigoloubev.com/
Email: yuriobass(at)gmail.com


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