Mikhail Nemtsov

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In St. Petersburg born cellist Mikhail Nemtsov is a graduate from Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, England, where he studied with Hannah Roberts, Ralph Kirshbaum and Gary Hoffman.
Mikhail is the winner of the Pierre Fournier Int. Cello Competition, Salieri-Zinetti Chamber Music Contest, Swedish Int. Duo Competition, Silver Medal in Rostropovitch Memorial Int. Competition, 3rd prize in Pinerolo Int. Chamber Music Contest WFIMC as Nemtsov Duo and RNCM Gold Medal.
He is holder of an International Artist Diploma at the RNCM and was awarded the position as a CMF Artist in 2013, in the company's inaugural year.
As a soloist he performed with the London Philharmonia, European Chamber Orchestra and London Festival Orchestra. Some of Mikhail's musical collaborations include working with Vassily Petrenko, Nicholas Colon, Nash Ensemble, Razumovsky Ensemble, Alexander Zemtsov, Maxym Rysanov and Me Kyong Lee. Mikhail has given recitals in Wigmore Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, London and Bridgewater Hall amongst others.
Nemtsov teaches at the Birmingham Conservatoire. He has held masterclasses in the UK as well as in Alicante, Spain.
He's appeared as guest principal cello in Bergen Symphony Orchestra and co-principal cello in BBC Philharmonic, Manchester.
Mikhail was recently appointed as Solo Stimmführer in Mozarteum Orchestra, Salzburg.