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One of the most successful musicians of his generation, violinist Andrey Baranov enjoys an exclusive career as an outstanding soloist and a sought after ensemble partner, performing on main stages and festivals in Europe, North and South America, Africa, and Asia. He is the winner of the Queen Elisabeth Violin Competition of 2012, the Benjamin Britten and Henri Marteau International Violin Competitions, and a prizewinner of more than twenty other international competitions, including Indianapolis, Seoul, Sendai, Qingdao, UNISA, Liana Issakadze, David Oistrakh, and the Moscow Paganini Competition.


Masterclass Violino | Florence 31 May — 2 June

Summer Academy in Stradella | 6 — 7 June

Masterclass ANDREY BARANOV | Acqui Terme, Piedmont 18 — 22 July

Masterclass ANDREY BARANOV | Perugia 23 July — 3 August

Blackmore International Music Academy

The great Music Fest Perugia




All young musicians are very welcome to Italy this summer to the great Music Fest Perugia to have lessons with Andrey Baranov and other great teachers!

New CD Release: Solo Volume 1




The Golden Violin, Andrey Baranovs first solo album, received an excellent welcome and was hailed by the press for his flamboyant virtuosity, his imagination, his sense of drama, limitless instrumental mastery, a sensitivity that can reach the state of grace. The Russian violinist today launches the first part of an exploration of the solo violin repertory, tackling some of the greatest and most beautiful pieces of three composers who, in the course of three successive centuries, became masters of violin writing: Bach, Paganini and Ysaÿe.

Welcome to study with Professor Baranov in Germany!

Welcome to study with Andrey Baranov in Italy!

Welcome Summer Festival Antwerp 2021 in Belgium!

Welcome to summer academy in Italy!

CD Release: The Golden Violin



For his first disc as a soloist Andrey Baranov explores a broad, cosmopolitan repertory from several centuries. First Prize laureate of the Queen Elisabeth Competition 2012, he shows himself to be inspired in these works that constitute the backbone of the virtuoso violin repertory, thanks to an irreproachable technique at the service of intense emotion.