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Vitaly Vladimirov
Russian conductor, composer and jazz musician

Vitaly Vladimirov

Vitaly Vladimirov
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Intro Russian conductor, composer and jazz musician
Is Musician Conductor Composer Jazz musician
From Russia Russia
Field Music
Gender male
Birth 24 July 1968, Yekaterinburg, Yekaterinburg Municipality, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia
Age 54 years
Star sign Leo
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Vitaly Vladimirov (Russian: Вита́лий Вади́мович Влади́миров) (born July 24, 1968 in Sverdlovsk, USSR) — Soviet and russian trombonist, composer, arranger, conductor.

Awardee of international contests.

Laureate of the awards of Sverdlovsk region governor "For outstanding achievements in literature and art" Head of the department, professor of arrangement class, creator of Big-Band of Sverdlovsk musical college named after P. Chaikovsky (Yekaterinburg)

Art director and main conductor of Krasnodar Big-band named after Georgy Garanyan (2010-2011)

At 1980-1990th took an active part in Sverldlovsk rock-club activity, participated in records and performances of famous "ural rock" groups like "Chaif", "Association" and others.


Vitaly Vladimirov was born on 24th of July in 1968 in Sverdlovsk (now Yekaterinburg).

Studied trombone at Sverdlovsk musical college named after P. Chaikovsky and Chelyabinsk State Academy of Culture.

In 1985 started professional career as a trombonist in "Gamma-jazz" group of the famous sverdlovsk guitar player Valery Birikh.

From 1985 took an active part in projects of composer and piano player Mikhail Agre (Israel), including his experiments is the field of creating a musical space of the contemporary chamber theater.

At 1990-1992 - while working at Ural Philharmonic Orchestra worked on arrangements for author's plays for musical theater of the Saint-Petersburg composer Anatoly Zatin.

At 1993-1995 - soloist of the group "AMA-jazz" with saxophone player Igor Paraschuk and trumpet player Sergey Pron. As a pert of this band participated in russian-french festival (Moscow, Protvino, Chernogolovka) in 1993.

From 2000 - head of the jazz music department and professor of arrangement class at Sverdlovsk musical college named after P. Chaikovsky.

From 2001 - art director of his own Big-band.

From 2003 - member of trio FREEBRASS (Pron, Paraschuk, Vladimirov).

Up to 2006 - art director, soloist and arranger of Ural State orchestra of jazz music.

From 2007 - member of quintet David Orchestra (Saifullin, Paraschuk, Vladimirov, Titov, Kravtsov).

From 2007 - soloist and conductor of Georgy Garanian Big-Band (Krasnodar).

Creative characteristics

Spectacular performer and arranger, one of the brightest jazz trombonists, living now in Eurasia. There is no other trombonist in Russia, who can play so masterly and think so creative and mature at the same time. Creative approach to the play and the incredible intuition of an ensemlist allow him to freely work in the musical fields from symphonic orchestra to duet or trio of improvisation. Musician with the widest of performing interests and technical range regularly participates in concerts and studio sessions with Russian, European and American musicians (Georgij Garanyan, Askhat Saifullin, Sergey Pron, Igor Parashuk, Roy Yang, Peter Brötzmann, Richie Cole, Vitaly Imirelli, Jessy Jones, Julia Nixon, Denis Ernandez, Nicole Henry, Melton Mustafa, Stanley Jordan, Kevin Mahogany, Carla Cook, Ron Holloway, Niki Harris, Rosario Giuliani, Mike DelFerro)


  • 1997, 2010 — laureate of the awards of Sverdlovsk region governor "For outstanding achievements in literature and art"

Participation in festivals

  • «Jazz-transit 2006-09»
  • «Veise-jazz 2008-09»
  • «Melton Mustafa Jazz Festival 2008-09» (USA)
  • «Kuban-jazz 2007-08»
  • Russian-french festival «Moscow — Protvino»
  • «Jazz pipe organ 2007-08»
  • Jazz Globus 2011 (Israel) and others

Author's programs

  • 2005 — «Rain on the road» — author's compositions for quintet
  • 2006 — «Wood steps» — suite for wooden brass, piano and chamber orchestra
  • 2007 — «Jerusalem songs» — suite for violin, clarinet, didgeridoo and chamber orchestra
  • 2011 — «GOSPEL! Christmas for all times…» — author's arrangements for sympho/jazz and soloists
  • 2011 — «Secret Message» — author's compositions for big-band
  • «Tops of the world» — symphonic rhythms for orchestra and soloists (Ethno/Sympho)


Personal projects

  • 2005 — Cinema music
  • 2007 — Rain on the road
  • 2010 — Cartoons
  • 2011 — Secret Message

Participation in the records of other groups/musicians (selected)

Rock-groups of Sverdlovsk/Yekaterinburg

  • 1986 — On Saturday night in Sverdlovsk (magnetalbum of group Chaif), trombone
  • 1990 — Side (studio album of group Association), trombone (track 3, «Hands up»)
  • 1994 — Love Story (studio album of group TOP), trombone[4]
  • 1996 — Greatest Hits (album-collection of group Association ), trombone (track 14, «Hands up», from the album Side of the same group, recorded in 1990)
  • 1999 — Winter was ferocious (studio album of the project "Naughty kinds on the Moon" [V. Shakhrin, V. Kukushkin]), trombone
  • 2000 — School album (studio album of group TOP), trombone
  • 2002 — Under the linen (studio album of Tatiana Zykina, not released officially, arrangement, producer
  • 2007 — In[visible] Music — Display Third (collection of compositions of different groups/musicians), trombone (with group Kurara, track 13, "Winter")
  • 2014 — Shaman's Road (studio album H-Ural, track 'Khanchan Luk Evie', pimak)
  • 2014 — Rock Around The Clock (video clip, Blues Encore, piano)
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