Stanislav Malyshev – (violin) was born in 1980 in Sverdlovsk (now Yekaterinburg). He graduated from the Moscow State Conservatory named after P. Tchaikovsky and a post-graduate class of Professor Igor Frolov (violin) and Nina Kogan (chamber ensemble). He participated in master classes with professors Sergey Kravchenko, Sergey Stadler, Alexander Rudin (chamber ensemble).
He is the winner of several national and international competitions, including the name of the contest named after Nariman Sabitov (2002), Nikolai Rubinstein competition (2006), Shostakovich competition (2008).
The young violinist has been acting as a soloist with the Russian and foreign symphony and chamber orchestras. Among them: a symphony orchestra Globalis, Opera Orchestra of Nice (France), the Baku Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra Musica Viva, Chamber Orchestra The Seasons. He has collaborated with such conductors as Felix Korobov, Alexander Rudin, Igor Dronov, Leonid Nikolayev, Vladislav Bulakhov. The talented musician has performed in the finest concert halls in Russia and Europe – Konzerthaus (Berlin), Site de la music (Paris), Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall n. a. Tchaikovsky. His repertoire is more than big and the music ranges from the Baroque to contemporary composers. He has toured extensively throughout Russia and abroad, performing as a soloist and member of chamber ensembles of different instrumentation.
Since 2008, Stanislav Malyshev is a soloist of the Moscow Conservatory Studio for New Music. Together with this team he played for the first time in Russian violin concertos of György Ligetti, Kaija Saariaho, and played such rarely performed concerts as a chamber violin and piano concert of Alban Berg, the third concert of Alfred Schnittke. The violinist actively collaborates with contemporary composers, including Krzysztof Penderecki, Sergey Slonimsky, Vladimir Tarnopolsky, Francois Paris, Valentin Silvestrov.
In addition to solo recitals Stanislav devotes much time to chamber music. In 2010 he, together with pianist Alexei Lubimov made the first adaptation of Alban Berg’s opera Wozzeck for piano and string quintet, as a member of a string quartet, he recorded an unreleased quartet of Prince Andrei Volkonsky. The violinist is a regular participant in various festivals such as Moscow Autumn, Moscow Forum, Bach Festival in Istanbul (Turkey), Kara Karaev Festival in Baku, classical music festivals in El Djem (Tunisia), Nice Manca Music Festival (France), St . Gallen (Austria) and many others.