Nazariy Annyuk

Violinist, violist and composer. Versatile musician who adapts to different musical formations and situations. Born in Ukraine, Nazariy Annyuk has extensive experience in orchestral practice, having worked with numerous young and professional orchestras throughout Spain and Europe.

Among the orchestras with which he has collaborated are the City of Almería Orchestra, Extremadura Orchestra, Malaga SOHO Theater Symphony Orchestra and a wide list of young orchestras of which he is a member or has been invited, such as the Andalusian Youth Orchestra , National Youth Orchestra of Catalonia, National Youth Orchestra of Spain or the Netherlands Youth Orchestra.

From 2017 to 2021, he has been a member of the Promúsica Chamber Orchestra as concertmaster. Additionally, in 2023 he participated in the Spring Tour of
the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester.

He has worked with directors of the stature of Daniele Gatti, Juanjo Mena, Pablo González, Pablo Heras-Casado, Manuel Hernández-Silva, Edmon Colomer and Andrés Salado.

He has performed in venues such as the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Musikverein in Vienna, the La Scala Theater in Milan, the Gewandhaus Leipzig, the Konzerthaus in Berlin, the National Music Auditorium, the Maestranza Theater in Seville, the Cervantes Theater in Malaga, the Barcelona Auditorium and the Sala Unicaja. María Cristina of Malaga. In addition, he has accompanied soloists such as María Dueñas, Javier
Perianes or Ramón Ortega.

In 2021, Nazariy completed his violin studies at the Conservatorio Superior Música de Málaga with professor Javier Claudio Portales, with the highest grade in the Final Degree Project. And in 2022, he completed his Master's studies in Solo Performance at the Katarina Gurska Higher Center with Professor Sergey Teslya. He is currently studying Higher Level viola at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Málaga.

He has received master classes from Raquel Castro, Alfredo García, Grigory Kalinovsky, Jesús Reina, Anna Margrethe Nilsen, Miguel Colom and Leticia Moreno.

As a soloist, he has performed with the Promúsica Chamber Orchestra WA Mozart's Concerto No. 5 for violin and orchestra, “Introduction and Tarantella” by Pablo Sarasate and “Memory of a Beloved Place” by PI Tchaikovsky in his own arrangement for solo violin with chamber Orchestra.

He has received the award for best soloist at the "Florence Music Festival 2018". In addition, he has received the "Fundación Musical de Málaga" award for the best interpretation of a Spanish work at the XXXIII Exhibition of Young Performers "MálagaCrea 2022".

In his role as a composer, he has premiered some of his own works, including “Meditation” for solo violin and string orchestra (2016), “Sospiro di tranquilita” (2018) for solo oboe and string orchestra, String Quartet (2019 ), Wind Quintet (2019) and the Sinfonía Concertante (2022). He has also made arrangements for chamber orchestra of works by Albéniz, Tchaikovsky and Debussy.