Pavel Milyukov (violin) was born 1984 in Perm (Ural region of Russia). He began studying the violin at 4 years by Tatyana Shevtsova. At the age of 7 years he played the first time with the orchestra. At the age of ten, he won two Russian contests - the contest of A. Korsakov, and "The Magic Bow". in the year 2000, arrived in Moscow, he entered the College of Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory to the class of professor, People's Artist Vladimir Ivanov. 2004-2009 years he studied in Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory in the class of professor Vladimir Ivanov, 2009-2012 – postgraduate in the same place. He studied in the class of Boris Kuschnir at the Music University in Graz, Austria.
In 2003 laureate of II prize at the contest "Kloster Schontal "- Germany.
In 2004 winner of the Ersi Sarazzi competition in Greece.
In 2005 winner of the Robert Canetti Competition in Hungary, laureate oа the II prize in Moscow "II International David Oystrakh Violin Competition.
In 2007 won the Moscow International Paganini Violin Competition.
In 2008 the Grand Prix winner on the "II international violin competition in Astana, Kazakhstan, winner (as participant of the trio “Con Spirito”) of the “Vibrarte” competition in Paris.
He is an owner of Gold prize and the honorary guest of the International Festival in DPRK (North Korea).
In 2008,2009 Pavel became a grant holder of St. Petersburg Music House and Bank «ROSSIYA»
In 2012 laureate of II prize at the Seoul International Music Competition.
In 2012 winner at VIII Aram Khachaturian international competition (Armenia).
2015 - laureate of the III Prize at the XV International Tchaikovsky Competition (Moscow)
Since 2008 Pavel Milyukov became a soloist of the "St. Petersburg Music House". Since 2012 he is a soloist of Moscow state Philharmonic. He performs in the main concert halls of Russia like Tchaikovsky hall, Mariinsky concert hall, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, in many philharmonic halls in Russian and in Europe.
Pavel plays the violin Ex-Szigeti of the master Pietro Guarneri graciously lent by the Foundation Neva.
Soloist's page by Moscow Philharmonic