Dmitri CAPYRIN, composer
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"One of the most prominent composers of the younger generation of Russians"
 Galina Grigor'yeva - New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians
Dmitri Capyrin is a Russian composer who successfully combines a variety techniques, often using literary sources and motifs in his works. In several works Capyrin fluidly combines a variety of techniques, including traditional tonality, twelve-tone composition, and modality. Modality is an important element of Capyrin's compositional procedure: relying on essiaen's concept of limited transposition, he also experiments with the tone-semitone scale. While Capyrin treats structure as transformative within a single piece, which may create, at a superficial level, a feeling of uncertainty and ambivalence, his music conveys a clearly articulated message... 
Zoran Minderovic - AllMusic 
Dmitri Capyrin was born in 1960 in Moscow
1979 graduated from the Moscow Music College 
1984 graduated from the Lviv (Lemberg) Conservatoire, Ukraine
1992 master classes with Poul Ruders and Edison Denisov in Lercherborg, Denmark
1994 Second prize in the Concorso di Composizione - ICONS in Torino ("Sounds and Voices" for Chamber Ensemble)
1996 Honorable mention in the International Competition of Musical Composition in Besancon, France ("Dreams" for Symphony Orchestra)
1995 Scholarship of the Berlin Akademie der Kunste for working on stage composition "Incarnation of Colour" for Painters, Dancers, Chamber Ensemble and Electronics.
2005 Finalist of the International Henri Dutilleux Competition, France (Concerto for Bassoon and Chamber Orchestra)
2010 Finalist of the YouTube Online Composers Competition ("Hommage" - Chamber Symphony 2 for Symphony Orchestra)


Member of Composers Union of Russia
Member of Association for Contemporary Music
Member of SACEM (all world except the territory of Russia and the countries CIS)
Member of RAO  (territory of Russia and the countries CIS)


Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble
Russian National Orchestra  
Croatian Armed Forces Symphonic Wind Orchestra
National Academic Symphonic Band of Ukraine
Da Capo Chamber Players (USA)
Ensemble Kyiv Sinfonietta
HEX Ensemble (the Netherlands)
Ensemble Erwartung (France)
Studio New Music (Russia)
Duo Dialodia
Work in Progress - Berlin
Ricochet Ensemble (Ukraine)
Frescos (Ukraine)
Duo Violoncellissimo (Ukraine)
Archaeus (Romania)
Ars Poetica (Moldova)
Huub Kerstens, Arild Remmereit, Jean Thorel, Alexei Vinogradov, Petro Tovstukha, Fedor Lednev.
Ivar Mikhashoff, Mikhail Dubov
cellist Alexander Zagorinsky
clarinetists Oleg Tantsov, Esther Lamneck
bassoonist Valeri Popov
guitarist Magnus Andersson.
saxophonists Claude Delangle,
Marc Sieffert, Alexei Volkov, Christoph Kirschke
percussionist Pedro Carneiro
Almeida (London), Moscow Autumn, Presences (Paris), Music Biennale Zagreb, Warsaw Autumn, Melos-Ethos (Bratislava), Contrasts (Lviv), NovAntiqua (Cologne), Tage Fur Neue Musik Zurich, Musica Nova, 'Sofia', ISCM World New Music Days (Zagreb), Internationale Tage Fur Neue Blockflotenmusic (Basel), Moscow Forum, Osterfestival in Innsbruck (Austria), Berlin in Moscow, Two Days and Two Nights of New Music, Spurensuche (Heidelberg), New Music Week (Bucharest), Festival International de Musica de Aveiro (Portugal), Kyiv Music Fest, International Youth Music Forum (Kyiv), Ilkhom-XX (Tashkent), Miteinander Erfahrungen in Mitteleuropa (Dresden), Dialogue of Cultures (Baku, Azerbajan), Contemporary Music Days (Bacau, Romania), Alternativa (Moscow), Kharkiv Assemblies (Ukraine), Frontiera (Pisa, Italy), Days of New Music (Kishinev, Moldova), Music Season Premieres (Kyiv), Musica Humana (Zaporozhye, Ukraine), New Music in Kharkiv (Ukraine), L'univers de Edison Denisov (Moscow), Europe- Asia (Kasan, Tatarstan), Baroque and Avantgarde (Zaporozhye, Ukraine), New Performing Art (Rivne, Ukraine), Russia-Finland. Music of Friends (Moscow).



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