Sergey Uryvaev

Honored Artist of Russia, Professor, Rimsky-Korsakov Saint Petersburg State Conservatory.
Sergei Uryvaev (born 1947, Leningrad) is a Russian pianist and music teacher, professor at the Saint Petersburg State Conservatory, Merited Artist of Russia (2003). Uryvaev received his primary education at the Specialized Secondary Music School of the N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov Saint Petersburg State Conservatory (SSMS under the Leningrad State Conservatory). In 1966 he graduated from the Leningrad State Conservatory, and in 1973 — from its graduate school. Among the teachers of Uryvaev are Samary Savshinsky, Vladimir Nielsen and Pavel Serebryakov. Since 1975, he has been engaged in teaching. At present, Sergei Uryvaev is a professor at the Department of Chamber Ensemble of the Saint Petersburg State Conservatory.

Since his student days, Uryvaev has been conducting extensive concert activity both in Russia and abroad. The pianist performs solo and accompanied by various symphony and chamber orchestras; however, the main focus of his activity is chamber music-making. He is experienced in performing in ensembles with almost all musical instruments, including a piccolo flute and tuba.

In 2003 Sergei Uryvaev was awarded the honorary title Merited Artist of the Russian Federation.
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