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Yevgeny Voskoboynikov

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Yevgeny Voskoboynikov, born in 1973 in Odessa, Ukraine, began studying the violin at the age of five.  In 1991 he began his studies at the School of Stolyarsky, under Leonid Mordekovitch – this school, the first of its kind in the former USSR, was founded in 1933, by renowned violinist and teacher Pyotr 
Stolyarsky, who was also the teacher of David Oistrakch.

 

 Voskoboynikov immigrated to Israel in 1991,and in 1995 graduated from the Rubin Music Academy at the Tel Aviv University (now the Buchman-Mehta Music School), under the guidance of Semion Yaroshevich.

Voskoboynikov played at the Young Israel Philharmonic Orchestra for 15 years, where he had performed at various festivals in Germany, Switzerland, Spain and Russia as well as other countries, and had played under the baton of some of the world’s leading conductors, such as Zubin Mehta, Kurt Mazur, Yuri Tamirkanov, Kurt Senderling and others.

Upon finishing his military service, Voskoboynikov was also a part of the ‘Virtuosi’ ensemble, where he took part in projects and tours in Europe and the Far East, under violinist and conductor Maxim Vengerov.

Voskoboynikov has been playing for the JSO for since 2006, as a part of the first violin section.