Mikhail was born in 1987 in Slavyansk-on-Kuban, Krasnodar region. He began to study music from 5 years old. He finished the Gnessin Music College (class by Andrey Khitruk). Mikhail is a graduate of the Gnessin Russian Academy of Music (class by People's Artist of Russia, Professor Alexey Skavronskiy, and Professor Vladimir Tropp). Presently he is a student of the Texas Christian University (class by Professor Tamas Ungar).
A laureate of the following competitions:
2008 – Gold Medal at the Delphic Games of the CIS countries (Minsk).
2010 – laureate of the II prize (the I prize was not granted) of the II S. Neuhaus International Competition (Chelyabinsk).
2012 – laureate of the IV prize at the International Maria Canals Competition (Barcelona).
2012 – laureate of the IV prize at the International Competition (Sydney).
2012 – laureate of the I prize at the International Sorantin Competition (San Angelo).
2012 – laureate of the II prize at the International BNDES Competition (Rio de Janeiro).
In 2013 he became a semifinalist of the international Queen Elizabeth competition in Brussels.
Mikhail plays in the chamber ensemble with "Seraphim Trio" (Australia), with San Paulo string quartet, in various chamber ensembles with musicians from the Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, with such ensembles as "Moscow Virtuoses", "Musica Viva", in duet with Japanese violinist Ayako Tanabe, as well as with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, National Orchestra of Brazil, the Symphony Orchestra of San Angelo (the United States), the Symphony Orchestra of Texas Christian University, the Royal Chamber Orchestra of Wallonia (Belgium), with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Voronezh, Rostov-on-Don, Chelyabinsk, Yaroslavl. He gives numerous recitals in Russia and abroad. Participant of the programs of the St. Petersburg Music House since 2007.