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Alexey Shor was born in Kiev in 1970, immigrated to Israel in 1991, and now lives primarily in the USA.

His compositions have been performed at some of the most prestigious concert halls, including Wiener Musikverein, Berlin Philharmonie, Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center (Washington DC), Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Mariinsky Theatre (St. Petersburg), Kremlin Palace (Moscow), The Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Gasteig (Munich), Wigmore Hall (London), Teatro Argentina (Rome) and many others. Concerts with his music have been broadcast on MediciTV, Mezzo and Euronews. The Overture to his ballet “Crystal Palace” was performed at the 40th Gramophone Classical Music Awards ceremony in London.  In 2018 he has been awarded an honorary professorship at the Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory.

Mr. Shor’s scores are published by Breitkopf & Hartel and P.Jurgenson.

CDs with his compositions have been issued by Warner Classics, DECCA, SONY Classics, Delos and Melodiya. See here for details.

Mr. Shor is the Composer-In-Residence for the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra Academie, Armenian State Symphony Orchestra and Salomé Chamber Orchestra. In 2017-2021 he is also a composer in residence of the Malta International Piano Festival and Competition, as well as the preliminary competitions leading up to the final competitions in Malta (in 2018 and 2021).

Mr. Shor’s works have been performed by many internationally acclaimed soloists and ensembles, for example (in alphabetical order), Salvatore Accardo, Anna Aglatova, Boris Allakhverdyan, Boris Andrianov, Nareh Arghamanyan, Sergey Babayan, Alexander Bouzlov, Guy Braunstein, David Aaron Carpenter, Ray Chen, Veronika Dzhioeva, Fauré Quartett, Andrey Gugnin, Narek Hakhnazaryan, Haik Kazazyan, Freddy Kempf, Khachaturian Trio, Roman Kim, Pavel Koleskikov, Denis Kozukhin, Jan Lisitski, Nikita Mndoyants, Aiman Mussakajayeva, Andreas Ottensamer, Vadim Repin, Alexander Romanovsky, Yuri Rozum, Karen Shahgaldyan, Denis Shapovalov, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Maxim Vengerov, Ingolf Wunder, Yuri Zhislin, Nikolaj Znaider and many others.

He also holds a Ph.D. in mathematics.

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About

Alexey Shor was born in Kiev in 1970, immigrated to Israel in 1991, and now lives primarily in the USA.

His compositions have been performed at some of the most prestigious concert halls, including Wiener Musikverein, Berlin Philharmonie, Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center (Washington DC), Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Mariinsky Theatre (St. Petersburg), Kremlin Palace (Moscow), The Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Gasteig (Munich), Wigmore Hall (London), Teatro Argentina (Rome) and many others. Concerts with his music have been broadcast on MediciTV, Mezzo and Euronews. The Overture to his ballet “Crystal Palace” was performed at the 40th Gramophone Classical Music Awards ceremony in London.  In 2018 he has been awarded an honorary professorship at the Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory.

Mr. Shor’s scores are published by Breitkopf & Hartel and P.Jurgenson.

CDs with his compositions have been issued by Warner Classics, DECCA, SONY Classics, Delos and Melodiya. See here for details.

Mr. Shor is the Composer-In-Residence for the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra Academie, Armenian State Symphony Orchestra and Salomé Chamber Orchestra. In 2017-2021 he is also a composer in residence of the Malta International Piano Festival and Competition, as well as the preliminary competitions leading up to the final competitions in Malta (in 2018 and 2021).

Mr. Shor’s works have been performed by many internationally acclaimed soloists and ensembles, for example (in alphabetical order), Salvatore Accardo, Anna Aglatova, Boris Allakhverdyan, Boris Andrianov, Nareh Arghamanyan, Sergey Babayan, Alexander Bouzlov, Guy Braunstein, David Aaron Carpenter, Ray Chen, Veronika Dzhioeva, Fauré Quartett, Andrey Gugnin, Narek Hakhnazaryan, Haik Kazazyan, Freddy Kempf, Khachaturian Trio, Roman Kim, Pavel Koleskikov, Denis Kozukhin, Jan Lisitski, Nikita Mndoyants, Aiman Mussakajayeva, Andreas Ottensamer, Vadim Repin, Alexander Romanovsky, Yuri Rozum, Karen Shahgaldyan, Denis Shapovalov, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Maxim Vengerov, Ingolf Wunder, Yuri Zhislin, Nikolaj Znaider and many others.

He also holds a Ph.D. in mathematics.

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