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Mr. Ariel Rudiakov

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Music Director and Conductor

Phone: (203) ***-****  HQ Phone
Danbury Railway Museum
120 White Street
Danbury, Connecticut 06810
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • degrees
    University of Illinois
  • Yale University
  • degrees
    SUNY
  • Masters degree
    University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana
196 Total References
Web References
Music and Artistic Directors for the Danbury Music Centre
www.danbury.org, 18 April 2014 [cached]
Bios of our Directors | professional directors | Larry Deming | Albert Montecalvo | Ase-AmenRa Kariamu | CHRISTINE R. HOWLETT | ARIEL RUDIAKOV | STEPHEN MICHAEL SMITH | ARTHUR FREDRIC | GLEN LEBETKIN | Ariel Rudiakov | Stephen Michael Smith | Christine R. Howlett | Glen Lebetkin | String ensembles | Bands | Chorus | West Afrikan Drumming | James E.Humphreville Endowment Fund | James E. Humphreville
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Bios of our Directors | professional directors | Larry Deming | Albert Montecalvo | Ase-AmenRa Kariamu | CHRISTINE R. HOWLETT | ARIEL RUDIAKOV | STEPHEN MICHAEL SMITH | ARTHUR FREDRIC | GLEN LEBETKIN | Ariel Rudiakov | Stephen Michael Smith | Christine R. Howlett | Glen Lebetkin | String ensembles | Bands | Chorus | West Afrikan Drumming | James E.Humphreville Endowment Fund | James E. Humphreville
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Ariel Rudiakov
Music Director and Conductor of the Danbury Symphony Orchestra Ariel Rudiakov, recently appointed Music Director and Conductor of the Danbury Symphony Orchestra, received his early musical training in New York City from his father, 'cellist Michael Rudiakov, and his principal conducting study from Maestro David Gilbert.
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Ariel Rudiakov has won critical acclaim as both violist and conductor. He has been a guest on Vermont Public Radio, WAMC for Performance Today and WQXR in New York City. He is also active in bringing about the commissioning of new works for both solo viola and orchestra.
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Mr. Rudiakov resides in Yonkers, NY and Manchester, VT with his wife, violinist Joana Genova and son Michael.
News-Times Articles
www.danbury.org, 25 Sept 2004 [cached]
Danbury Symphony Orchestra conductor Ariel Rudiakov leads the orchestra during his debut performance Sunday at Ives Concert Hall in Danbury. DANBURY -- Selecting a new conductor for the Danbury Symphony Orchestra took more than two years and required a search committee to consider more than 100 applicants.
But based on the response from those who attended Sunday's debut performance, the choice of Ariel Rudiakov was a clear hit.
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Rudiakov has served on the faculties of Bennington, Middlebury and Green Mountain colleges, and was appointed artistic director of the Manchester (Vermont) Music Festival in 2001, succeeding his late father, Michael, a cellist, who provided his early musical training.
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The committee chose Rudiakov after consultation with symphony members.
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Ariel Rudiakov, music director and conductor of the Danbury Symphony Orchestra who co-judged the concerto competition with Richard Price, music director of the Danbury Concert Chorus, commented on the criteria necessary to win the competition.
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"We are looking to be inspired as well as dazzled by technical preparedness," said Rudiakov, who noted that the winner had to exhibit a blend of technical accomplishment and musicality.
Playing the piano has always been a big part of Yuh's life. She began studying the instrument when she was 5 and gave her first public recital a year later.
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DANBURY -- As music director for the Danbury Symphony Orchestra, Ariel Rudiakov has taken some voyages, but on Monday night he circumnavigated the globe at Marion Anderson Recital Hall at the Danbury Music Centre.
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It was the first time Greco, Rudiakov, or anyone else around the world had ever heard the music performed.
Last December, Nancy Sudick, executive director for the Danbury Music Centre, met with Greco and suggested that Rudiakov and the DSO might be able to perform the opera.
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It is under the direction of Ariel Rudiakov.
Manchester Music Festival Staff
www.mmfvt.org, 3 July 2013 [cached]
Ariel Rudiakov
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Ariel Rudiakov, viola Artistic Director
Violist and conductor Ariel Rudiakov is a third-generation musician, receiving his early musical training from his parents, Michael and Judith in Riverdale, New York City.
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Mr. Rudiakov has been Artistic Director of the award-winning Manchester Music Festival (MMF) since November 2000 and is Music Director and conductor of the Danbury (Conn.) and RPI (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) Symphony Orchestras. He holds viola performance degrees from SUNY Purchase (B.M.) and the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana (M.M.), and was a scholarship student at Yale University's masters program where he studied privately with Jessie Levine and chamber music with members of the Tokyo String Quartet.
Mr. Rudiakov enjoys a wide-ranging and diverse musical life, performing solo and chamber music throughout the U.S. and abroad to critical acclaim with many fine musicians including the Shanghai and Jupiter Quartets, current and former members of the Tokyo, Juilliard and Guarneri quartets, pianists Ruth Laredo, David Deveau, Andre Michel Schub, Adam Neiman and many others.
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Among Mr. Rudiakov's recordings are the complete string quartets by Camille Saint-Saens and the piano quintet by Vittorio Giannini (released in 2012 on MSR Classics), which Fanfare magazine described as "utterly superb.
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Composers Richard Lane, Philip Lasser and Coleridge Taylor Perkinson have dedicated works to Mr. Rudiakov, who is also active in commissioning and recording new music.
Mr. Rudiakov resides in Manchester, Vermont and Yonkers, New York with his wife, violinist Joana Genova and their two children, Michael Arthur and Liliana Judith.
Vermont Manchester Music Festival Guest Artists
www.mmfvt.org, 29 Mar 2014 [cached]
Ariel Rudiakov
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Ariel Rudiakov, viola Artistic Director
Violist and conductor Ariel Rudiakov is a third-generation musician, receiving his early musical training from his parents, Michael and Judith in Riverdale, New York City.
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Mr. Rudiakov has been Artistic Director of the award-winning Manchester Music Festival (MMF) since November 2000 and is Music Director and conductor of the Danbury (Conn.) and RPI (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) Symphony Orchestras. He holds viola performance degrees from SUNY Purchase (B.M.) and the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana (M.M.), and was a scholarship student at Yale University's masters program where he studied privately with Jessie Levine and chamber music with members of the Tokyo String Quartet.
Mr. Rudiakov enjoys a wide-ranging and diverse musical life, performing solo and chamber music throughout the U.S. and abroad to critical acclaim with many fine musicians including the Shanghai and Jupiter Quartets, current and former members of the Tokyo, Juilliard and Guarneri quartets, pianists Ruth Laredo, David Deveau, Andre Michel Schub, Adam Neiman and many others.
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Among Mr. Rudiakov's recordings are the complete string quartets by Camille Saint-Saens and the piano quintet by Vittorio Giannini (released in 2012 on MSR Classics), which Fanfare magazine described as "utterly superb.
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Composers Richard Lane, Philip Lasser and Coleridge Taylor Perkinson have dedicated works to Mr. Rudiakov, who is also active in commissioning and recording new music.
Mr. Rudiakov resides in Manchester, Vermont and Yonkers, New York with his wife, violinist Joana Genova and their two children, Michael Arthur and Liliana Judith.
Manchester Music Festival Annual Orchestra Concerts for Schools
www.mmfvt.org, 29 Mar 2014 [cached]
The concerts, conducted by MMF's Artistic Director Ariel Rudiakov, attract between 500 and 600 children from as many as twelve area schools each year. Children participate in a lively discussion of each piece and a few lucky students are given an opportunity to conduct the orchestra. We welcome home-schooled children to attend our concerts.
There will be two sessions: 9:30 and 11am on Thursday, September 26, 2013.
The Manchester Chamber Orchestra with conductor Ariel Rudiakov and piano soloist Adam Nieman will present a program of music by Bach, Beethoven, Giannini and the world premiere of a piece written by Adam Nieman.
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