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Born in 1972, YULIA KORPACHEVA studied violin and worked for the Opera Orchestra of Moscow before finishing her studies in the subject of solo singing at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory of Music in Moscow.
Her concert activities include performances with the Ensemble of Old Music (at the Moscow State Conservatory), the Kremerata Baltica, the Moscow Kamerata, the Moscow Soloists, the Orchestra Sent Luis en l´ile, and the Latvian National Orchestra. Conductors with whom she has collaborated include Gidon Kremer, Yuri Bashmet, S. Sondeckis, A. Rudin, H. Koschuchar, R. Gwso and the pianist A. Goribol.
Ms. Korpacheva has participated in many festivals in Europe and Russia, including Yuri Bashmet’s festival in Tours, France; “les muséquies” in Basel, Switzerland, in 2003; and at Lockenhaus with Mr. Kremer, “Musical Europe” in Elba and “Music on the Ocean” in France.
In March 2001, with the Kremerata Baltica in St. Petersburg, she performed the premiere of Leonid Desyatnikov’s composition “The Russian Seasons,” written for string orchestra, violin solo and a female voice. She also participated in the recording of Desyatnikov’s score to the film “Moscow.”