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Artem Dervoed
Artem Vladimirovich DervoedArtem Vladimirovich Dervoed

Artem Vladimirovich Dervoed was born on October 25, 1981 in Rostov-on-Don. At the age of six, having started learning to play the Russian seven-string guitar under the guidance of S. P. Annikov, a few years later he relearned the six-string guitar, studying with the teacher E. L. Svetozarova in the city of Orekhovo-Zuyevo, Moscow Region. In the early 1990s, Artem moved to Moscow, where he entered the music school No. Chaliapin in the class of teacher L. Ya. Reznik. From the age of twelve, Artem has been studying at the Young Talents Studio School with Honored Artist of Russia Nikolai Andreevich Komoliatov.

In 1996-2000 receives secondary specialized education and specialization as an ensemble soloist, orchestra and teacher at the Moscow College of Music. Schnittke in the class of Professor Nikolai Komoliatov.

In 2000-2005 continued to hone his skills at the Russian Academy of Music. Gnesins in the class of Professor N. A. Komoliatov.

In 2005, he completed a four-year cycle of summer master classes with Oscar Ghiglia at the Chigiana Academy (Siena, Italy).

Artyom took master classes with such guitarists as Remy Boucher, Roland Dyens, Alexei Zimakov, Fabio Zanon, Roman Vyazovsky, Philippe Villa, Eric Franceri, Elena Papandreou, Thomas Kirchoff, Tadashi Sasaki and many others.

In 2007, Artem completed an assistantship-internship at the Russian Academy of Music. Gnesins in the class of Professor N. A. Komoliatov.

In 2009 Artyom completed his postgraduate studies at the Guitar Academy in Koblenz (Germany) in the class of Aniello Desiderio (Italy).

Since 2005 he has been teaching at the Moscow State University of Culture and Arts, and since 2011 at the Russian Academy of Music. Gnesins.

He conducts an active concert activity, performing in the best concert halls of the world.

In March 2020, the Melodiya record company presented Dervoed's digital album Paganini and Koshkin. The album combines a four-part concerto for guitar and string orchestra "Megaron" by Nikita Koshkin and Niccolo Paganini's Grand Sonata in Koshkin's transcription for quartet.


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