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Oleg Dergilev

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Oleg Dergilev, born 1986 in St. Peterburg.

Master degree by Prof. Walter Würdiger (Podium/Concert),
at the University of Music and performing Arts in Vienna since 2003;
Audio engineering since 2006;
Scholarship by Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation (2004-2006), RU;
Scholarship by Foundation Dr. Robert and Lina Thyll-Dürr (2005-2006), CH;
Scholarship by Viktor-Bunzl Foundation (2007-2008), A;
Scholarship by Tokyo Foundation (2008-2009), JP;
International competitions:
Winner of the International Guitar Competition Karl Scheit (Vienna), 2006;
Grand-Prix of the International Andreev Competition (Petrozavodsk, Russia), 2002;
1st Prize at Forum Gitarre Wien 2001;
2nd Prize at "7th International Festival and Competition for classical guitar Interpretation" (Plovdiv, Bulgary), 2000;
3rd Prize at the International Andreev Competition (St. Petersburg), 1998, 2000;
Professional experience:
Schubertsaal, Wiener Konzerthaus, 2008;
Guitar Forum Krems, 2007;
LIGA Linz, 2007;
Wotrubakirche, (Vienna), 2005;
Haus der Industrie, (Vienna), 2001;
Final of the International Guitar Competition Karl Scheit, broadcasted live by ORF (A) at Schubertsaal, Wiener Konzerthaus, 2006;
since 2001 Participant of the "New Names" programm (Moscow);
since 2003 Young Artist of VICO Foundation (Vienna);
since 2005 active participant of "LiveMusicNow" programm (Vienna);
Recital with the State Public Library Chamber Orchestra (St. Petersburg), 2002;
"dotDuo Wien", Schloss Loosdorf, 2006;
Concerto "Trois Graphique" von Maurice Ohana für Klavier und Gitarre Antonio Vivaldi Saal / MDW, 2006;
"In Deo speravit con meum" for organ, flute and guitar by Edison Denisov at the State Academic Capella Hall (St. Petersburg), 2002;
Orchestral performances:
"Moses und Aron" by Arnold Schönberg and "Otello" by Guiseppe Verdi within Stage Orchestra of Viennese State Opera, 2006-2008;
Master-classes by:
Antigoni Goni, Fabio Zanon, Zoran Dukic, David Pavlovits, Evgeny Finkelstein