Alexander Prushinskiy

Alexander Prushinskiy

Lecturer for violin


Alexander Prushinskiy was born in 1981 in Novosibirsk (Russia) in a family of musicians. From 1987 to 1999 he received his musical education at the Music School of Novosibirsk with Prof. Liberman as well as Prof. Gvozdev (class of David Oistrach). In 1998 he continued his education at the Music Academy of Magnitogorsk with Prof. Gvozdev as well as Prof. Glasunow. In 1999 he graduated from the Magnitogorsk Conservatory. In the same year he received a scholarship for postgraduate master studies at the famous “Escuela de la Musica Reina Sofia” in Madrid to study with Prof. Zakhar Bron. 2001 studies at the Hochschule für Musik Köln with Prof. Zakhar Bron, Diploma Artistic Instrumental Education 2008

Since the season 2009 Alexander Prushinskiy is 1st concertmaster of the Dortmund Philharmonic Orchestra. Since season 2011 – 1st concertmaster of the Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra. Alexander Prushinskiy is a laureate of several national competitions, he was also a scholarship holder of the following foundations: “Young Talents of Siberia”, “The New Names”, “Moscow Newspaper Publishing Foundation” and Novosibirsk Municipal Foundation.

Numerous concert performances with various orchestras took him to the famous halls of Moscow, St. Petersburg, Madrid, Barcelona, Athens, Sao Paulo, Zurich, Miami, Tokyo, Berlin and Munich.

Decisive for his musical development was, among others, his teacher Zakhar Bron. As part of the Kronberg Academy, Alexander Prushinskiy made music with Yuri Bashmet and Gidon Kremer. He received further important impulses through master classes with, among others, Y. Menukhin, I. Perlman, V. Repin, M. Vengerov, D. Schwarzberg, M. Rostropovitch, R. Masters, A. Katz, V. Spivakov, H. Krebbers.