Laureate of International Competition,
Soloist of the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra
Born in Nikolayiv, Ukraine in 1986. Anton graduated from School of Music of Kashin town, Tver region (class of Evgeniy Bakhtiarov) and from Modest Mussorgsky High School of Music (class of Igor Kiselev). In 2010, he graduated with honours from Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory (class of Honoured Artist of Russia Professor Alexander Golyshev) and finished his postgraduate studies in the class of the same professor in 2013.
2012–2015 – teacher at the Chopin Moscow state high school of music. Since 2013, he is working as an Assistant Professor at the Moscow conservatory.
2004–2006 – Young Talents of Tver Region Gouverneur Scholarship holder.
2008 – International Rostropovich Foundation Fellow (Dmitry Shostakovich Scholarship).
2018 – laureate of the International “Contemporary Art and Education” Competition (Moscow) for performing in woodwinds quintet.
He participated in workshops by Ransom Wilson, András Adorján, Denis Lupachev, Felix Renggli and others.
He successfully combines concert and teaching activities.
He participated in the co-production of Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte that was performed by Moscow conservatory student orchestra at Mozarteum university in Salzburg in 2007.
2007–2008 – soloist at Tchaikovsky State Conservatory Symphony Orchestra under guidance of Anatoly Levin.
Since 2008 – soloist at Tchaikovsky Big Symphony Orchestra under guidance of Vladimir Fedoseyev.