Dan Sloutskovski
Cellist
Dan Sloutskovski (born Danila Ivanov), prizewinner of many international music competitions,
was born in Moscow, Russia within a musicians' family. Music has formed an integral part of his life
since his early childhood.

He began his studies at the Music school of the Moscow Conservatory. When he turned nine,
he already started performing on stage as soloist and he recorded for the first time on the Moscow Radio.
At the age of 11 he performed as soloist in several concerts around Russia.
Dan was often invited on the Russian TV for the classical music streaming together with the great
musicians such as Igor Oistrakh, Natalia Shakhovskaia and Vadim Rudenko.
At 13, he was invited to perform at the festival "Los Genios del Siglo 21" in Buenos Aires,
where he played at legendary Teatro Colon with Teatro Colon Orchestra.
In the same year, he toured Switzerland with the "Kremlin" Orchestra, conducted by
Micha Rachlevsky. One year later, he played with the Chamber Orchestra of Lausanne.
After obtaining a scholarship from the "Académie de Villecroze", he was invited by the
University of Music of Geneva to continue his musical studies as a student of Daniel Grosgurin.

Dan completed his Master's degree with a first prize with distinction with three special prizes and
was invited afterwards to play at the "Gstaad Menuhin Festival", the "Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad"
and with the "Orchestre de la Suisse Romande" conducted by V.Sinaisky.
He also studied in the Menuhin Academy in Blonay as a student of Stanimir Todorov.
He had a chance to participate in master classes given by legendary teachers as M.Rostropovich,
A.Noras, F.Helmerson, L.Harell, B.Pergamenschikow, N.Gutman, D.Geringasand and N.Shakhovskaia.

Dan regularly performs as soloist and chamber musician throughout Europe.
In October 2018 he was honored to perform the exceptional concert "Martha Argerich and Friends"
at Prinzregententheater in Munich.


He obtained numerous prizes including:
· First Grand Award at the Vienna International Music Competition (Austria)
· 3rd Prize at the Antonio Janigro Cello Competition (Croatia)
· 1st Prize at the "Lorenzo Perosi » Cello Competition in Biella (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the Cello Competition in Liezen (Austria)
· Prize "The Best Cellist of the Year" of Russia
· "Grand Prix" at the "Premio Mozart" Competition at italian « Canale 5 »
· 1st Prize at" G.Zinetti" Competition in Sanguinetto (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the music competition in Pinerolo (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the music competition in Caltanissetta (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the music competition in Pianello Val Tidone (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the music competition in Trapani (Italy)

Dan plays the Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi cello of 1760.






About
He obtained numerous prizes including:
2016 - 3rd Prize at the Antonio Janigro Cello Competition (Croatia)
2002 - 1st Prize at the "Lorenzo Perosi »
Cello Competition in Biella (Italy)
2000 - 1st Prize at the Cello Competitionin
Liezen (Austria)
1996 - Prize "The Best Cellist of the Year" of Russia
1994 - "Grand Prix" at the "Premio Mozart" Competition at
italian « Canale 5 »

Along with his sister Ekaterina Ivanova, they had a piano-cello duo.
Together they won several prizes within the chamber music competition including:
2002 -1st Prize at" G.Zinetti" Competition in Sanguinetto (Italy)
2002 -1st Prize at the music competition in
Pinerolo (Italy)
2001 -1st Prize at the music competition in Caltanissetta (Italy)
2001 -1st Prize at the music competition in Pianello Val Tidone (Italy)
2000 -1st Prize at the music competition in
Trapani (Italy)

Dan plays the Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi cello of 1760.
Dan Sloutskovski (born Danila Ivanov),
prizewinner of many international music
competitions, was born in Moscow, Russia on
16 May 1981 within a musicians' family.
Music has formed an integral part of his life
since his early childhood.
He began his studies at the Music school of the
Moscow Conservatory. When he turned nine,
he already started performing on stage as soloist
and he recorded for the first time on
the Moscow Radio. At the age of 11 he performed
as soloist in several concerts around Russia.
He was often invited on the Russian TV for
the classical music streaming together with
the great musicians such as Igor Oistrakh,
Natalia Shakhovskaia and Vadim Rudenko.
At 13, he was invited to perform at the festival
"Los Genios del Siglo 21" in Buenos Aires,
where he played at legendary Teatro Colon with
Teatro Colon Orchestra.
In the same year, he toured Switzerland with the
"Kremlin" Orchestra, conducted by
Micha Rachlevsky. One year later, he played with
the Chamber Orchestra of Lausanne.
After obtaining a scholarship from the
"Académie de Villecroze", he was invited by
the University of Music of Geneva ("Haute Ecole
de Musique de Genève") to continue his musical
studies as a student of Daniel Grosgurin.
He completed his Master's degree with a first prize
with distinction with three special prizes and
was invited afterwards to play at the
Gstaad Menuhin Festival the "Sommets Musicaux
de Gstaad" and with the
"Orchestre de la Suisse Romande" conducted by
V.Sinaisky.
He also studied in the Menuhin Academy in
«lonay as a student of Stanimir Todorov.
He had a chance to participate in master classes
given by legendary teachers as A.Noras,
F.Helmerson, L.Harell, B.Pergamenschikow,
N.Gutman, D.Geringasand, M.Rostropovich,
N.Shakhovskaia.
Dan Sloutskovski regularly performs as soloist and
chamber musician throughout Europe.
In October 2018 he was honored to perform the
exceptional concert "Martha Argerich and Friends"
a Prinzregententheater in Munich.

He obtained numerous prizes including:
2016 - 3rd Prize at the Antonio Janigro
Cello Competition (Croatia)
2002 - 1st Prize at the "Lorenzo Perosi »
Cello Competition in Biella (Italy)
2000 - 1st Prize at the Cello Competitionin
Liezen (Austria)
1996 - Prize "The Best Cellist of the Year" of Russia
1994 - "Grand Prix" at the "Premio Mozart"
Competition at
italian « Canale 5 »

Along with his sister Ekaterina Ivanova,
they had a piano-cello duo.
Together they won several prizes within the
chamber music competition including:
2002 -1st Prize at" G.Zinetti" Competition in
Sanguinetto (Italy)
2002 -1st Prize at the music competition in
Pinerolo (Italy)
2001 -1st Prize at the music competition in
Caltanissetta (Italy)
2001 -1st Prize at the music competition in
Pianello Val Tidone (Italy)
2000 -1st Prize at the music competition in
Trapani (Italy)

Dan plays the Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi cello
of 1760.

Dan Sloutskovski (born Danila Ivanov),
prizewinner of many international music
competitions, was born in Moscow, Russia within a
musicians' family. Music has formed an integral
part of his life since his early childhood.

He began his studies at the Music school of the
Moscow Conservatory. When he turned nine,
he already started performing on stage as soloist
and he recorded for the first time on the Moscow
Radio.
At the age of 11 he performed as soloist in
several concerts around Russia. Dan was often
invited on the Russian TV for the classical music
streaming together with the great musicians
such as Igor Oistrakh, Natalia Shakhovskaia
and Vadim Rudenko.
At 13, he was invited to perform at the festival
"Los Genios del Siglo 21" in Buenos Aires,
where he played at legendary Teatro Colon with
Teatro Colon Orchestra.
In the same year, he toured Switzerland with the
"Kremlin" Orchestra, conducted by
Micha Rachlevsky.
One year later, he played with the Chamber
Orchestra of Lausanne.
After obtaining a scholarship from
the "Académie de Villecroze", he was invited by
the University of Music of Geneva to continue his
musical studies as a student of Daniel Grosgurin.

Dan completed his Master's degree with a first prize
with distinction with three special prizes and
was invited afterwards to play at the
Gstaad Menuhin Festival,
the "Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad" and with
the "Orchestre de la Suisse Romande" conducted
by V.Sinaisky.
He also studied in the Menuhin Academy in Blonay
as a student of Stanimir Todorov.
He had a chance to participate in master classes
given by legendary teachers as A.Noras,
F.Helmerson, L.Harell, B.Pergamenschikow,
N.Gutman, D.Geringas, N.Shakhovskaia and
M.Rostropovich.

Dan regularly performs as soloist and chamber
musician throughout Europe.
In October 2018 he was honored to perform
the exceptional concert
"Martha Argerich and Friends" at
Prinzregententheater in Munich.


He obtained numerous prizes including:
· First Grand Award at the Vienna International
Music Competition (Austria)
· 3rd Prize at the Antonio Janigro
Cello Competition (Croatia)
· 1st Prize at the "Lorenzo Perosi »
Cello Competition in Biella (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the Cello Competition in Liezen (Austria)
· Prize "The Best Cellist of the Year" of Russia
· "Grand Prix" at the "Premio Mozart"
Competition at italian « Canale 5 »
· 1st Prize at" G.Zinetti" Competition
in Sanguinetto (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the music competition in Pinerolo (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the music competition
in Caltanissetta (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the music competition
in Pianello Val Tidone (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the music competition in Trapani (Italy)

Dan plays the Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi cello
of 1760.






Dan Sloutskovski (born Danila Ivanov), prizewinner of many
international music competitions, was born in Moscow, Russia within a
musicians' family. Music has formed an integral part of his life
since his early childhood.

He began his studies at the Music school of the Moscow Conservatory.
When he turned nine, he already started performing on stage as soloist
and he recorded for the first time on the Moscow Radio.
At the age of 11 he performed as soloist in several concerts around Russia.
Dan was often invited on the Russian TV for the classical music streaming
together with the great musicians such as Igor Oistrakh, Natalia Shakhovskaia
and Vadim Rudenko.
At 13, he was invited to perform at the festival "Los Genios del Siglo 21"
in Buenos Aires, where he played at legendary Teatro Colon with
Teatro Colon Orchestra.
In the same year, he toured Switzerland with the "Kremlin" Orchestra,
conducted by Micha Rachlevsky.
One year later, he played with the Chamber Orchestra of Lausanne.
After obtaining a scholarship from the "Académie de Villecroze",
he was invited by the University of Music of Geneva to continue his musical
studies as a student of Daniel Grosgurin.

Dan completed his Master's degree with a first prize with distinction
with three special prizes and was invited afterwards to play at the
"Gstaad Menuhin Festival", the "Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad" and with
the "Orchestre de la Suisse Romande" conducted by V.Sinaisky.
He also studied in the Menuhin Academy in Blonay as a student
of Stanimir Todorov.
He had a chance to participate in master classes given by legendary teachers
as M.Rostropovich, A.Noras, F.Helmerson, L.Harell, B.Pergamenschikow,
N.Gutman, D.Geringas and N.Shakhovskaia.

Dan regularly performs as soloist and chamber musician throughout Europe.
In October 2018 he was honored to perform the exceptional concert
"Martha Argerich and Friends" at Prinzregententheater in Munich.

He obtained numerous prizes including:
· First Grand Award at the Vienna International Music Competition (Austria)
· 3rd Prize at the Antonio Janigro Cello Competition (Croatia)
· 1st Prize at the "Lorenzo Perosi » Cello Competition in Biella (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the Cello Competition in Liezen (Austria)
· Prize "The Best Cellist of the Year" of Russia
· "Grand Prix" at the "Premio Mozart" Competition at italian « Canale 5 »
· 1st Prize at" G.Zinetti" Competition in Sanguinetto (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the music competition in Pinerolo (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the music competition in Caltanissetta (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the music competition in Pianello Val Tidone (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the music competition in Trapani (Italy)

Dan plays the Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi cello of 1760.






Dan Sloutskovski (born Danila Ivanov), prizewinner of many international music
competitions, was born in Moscow, Russia within a musicians' family.
Music has formed an integral part of his life since his early childhood.

He began his studies at the Music school of the Moscow Conservatory.
When he turned nine, he already started performing on stage as soloist and he recorded
for the first time on the Moscow Radio.
At the age of 11 he performed as soloist in several concerts around Russia.
Dan was often invited on the Russian TV for the classical music streaming together
with the great musicians such as Igor Oistrakh, Natalia Shakhovskaia and Vadim Rudenko.
At 13, he was invited to perform at the festival "Los Genios del Siglo 21" in Buenos Aires,
where he played at legendary Teatro Colon with Teatro Colon Orchestra.
In the same year, he toured Switzerland with the "Kremlin" Orchestra, conducted by
Micha Rachlevsky. One year later, he played with the Chamber Orchestra of Lausanne.
After obtaining a scholarship from the "Académie de Villecroze", he was invited by the
University of Music of Geneva to continue his musical studies as a student of Daniel Grosgurin.

Dan completed his Master's degree with a first prize with distinction with three special prizes
and was invited afterwards to play at the "Gstaad Menuhin Festival",
the "Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad" and with the "Orchestre de la Suisse Romande"
conducted by V.Sinaisky. He also studied in the Menuhin Academy in Blonay
as a student of Stanimir Todorov. He had a chance to participate in master classes
given by legendary teachers as M.Rostropovich, A.Noras, F.Helmerson, L.Harell,
«.Pergamenschikow, N.Gutman, D.Geringasand and N.Shakhovskaia.

Dan regularly performs as soloist and chamber musician throughout Europe.
In October 2018 he was honored to perform the exceptional concert
"Martha Argerich and Friends" at Prinzregententheater in Munich.


He obtained numerous prizes including:
· First Grand Award at the Vienna International Music Competition (Austria)
· 3rd Prize at the Antonio Janigro Cello Competition (Croatia)
· 1st Prize at the "Lorenzo Perosi » Cello Competition in Biella (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the Cello Competition in Liezen (Austria)
· Prize "The Best Cellist of the Year" of Russia
· "Grand Prix" at the "Premio Mozart" Competition at italian « Canale 5 »
· 1st Prize at" G.Zinetti" Competition in Sanguinetto (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the music competition in Pinerolo (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the music competition in Caltanissetta (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the music competition in Pianello Val Tidone (Italy)
· 1st Prize at the music competition in Trapani (Italy)

Dan plays the Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi cello of 1760.






Videos
P. Sarasate
Zigeunerweisen

Teatro Arriaga
Bilbao, Spain
L. Boccherini
Cello Concerto in B Dur

Teatro Colon
Buenos Aires, Argentina
F.Mendellsohn
Piano Trio No.1

"Martha Argerich
and Friends"
Prinzregententheater
Munich, Germany




S. Rachmaninov
Cello Sonata

RTS
Geneva, Switzerland

F. Mendellsohn
Piano Trio No.2

RTS
Geneva, Switzerland
D.Popper
Elfentanz
A.Glazunov
Chant du Ménestrel

Duo with his brother
Gleb Ivanov
at a distance of 6212 km
Geneva - New York

Photos


Photographer: Gregory Maillot
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