• 2015 - 2020 collaborating with CocoRosie in several works directed by Robert Wilson (Pushkin Fairytales, Edda, Jungle Book).
  • 2020 the album Chrysalis is released by FancyMusic, supported by Kotä records.
  • In 2016 the album with works by Steve Reich, John Adams and Valentin Silvestrov was released.
  • In 2016 founding and leading iCQ-project Ensemble with a premier of Double Sextet by Steve Reich in Russia.

  • In 2012-2017 holder of the international music festival LegeArtis in Lech-am-Arlberg (Austria).

  • In 2009 taking part in Persimfans condcutorless symphony ensemble, based on the art-group of artists, who explores the ideas of music and art of 1920th.

  • In 2005-2008 taking part in and placed as a prize winner at several competitions, i.e. Chesapeake Chamber Music Competition (USA, 2008, Grand-Prize), the laureate of the Thomastik-Infeld Prize (Austria), Brahms Chamber Music Competition (Austria, 2006, 2nd Prize).

  • In 2006-2016 performs with many of prominent artists such as Lynn Harrell, Gidon Kremer, Vladimir Jurovsky, Garry Hoffman, Philippe Graffin, Gerrard Jose, David Grimal, Julian Rachlin, Udo Jürgens.
  • Performing in the theatre under directing by Dmitry Chernyakov/Teodor Currentzis (Wozzeck), Anatoly Vassiliev/Tatiana Grindenko (Mozart and Salieri), Ilya Khrzhanovsky (Dau).
  • Since 2005 took part in a variety of International music festival projects dedicating themselves to the art of symphony music, such as the Verbier Festival Orchestra (Switzerland, con. James Levine), the Miyazaki Festival Orchestra (Japan, con. Charles Dutoit).

  • In 2005-2007 was awarded a number of scholarships by various foundations, including: "The New Names" Foundation, "The Russian Performing Arts" Foundation, Mecenagora (Belgium).
    • Also took part in «Novaya Rossiya» orchestra (con. Yuri Bashmet), Kremerata Baltika (by Gidon Kremer), MusicAeterna (con. Teodor Currentzis). Before attending the Gnessin Moscow Special School of Music (1998-2002, class tutor T.S. Berkyl), won the Third Prize at the Junior All-Russia Tchaikovsky Music Competition (1991).
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