XIV Open composers competition named after Andrey Petrov
XII Composers competition
named after Andrey Petrov
Results
Nominations «Symphonic music»

106 symphonic works were sent to the competition in 2018. Applications came from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Ekaterinburg, Barnaul, Voronezh, Kazan, Krasnodar, Kemerovo, Kirov, Ufa, Ulan-Ude, Ulyanovsk, Nizhnekamsk, Khabarovsk and many other cities and regions of Russia. And also from Azerbaijan, Belarus, Spain, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, USA, Uzbekistan, France, Czech Republic. As a result 6 symphonic works were chosen for the 3rd round. The third and final round of the competition took place on October 15 in the Grand Hall of the St. Petersburg Academic Philharmonic. Six compositions after rigorous selection of the first and second rounds were performed by the State Academic Symphony Orchestra, conductor Alexander TITOV. Soloists: Alexandra KOROBKINA (violin), Alexander Danilevsky (violin), Leonid BARANOV (violin), Vladimir KIRASIROV (reader), Sergey LEONOV (bass profundo), Sofia NIKOLSKAYA (soprano).

The winners of the XII Composers competition
named after Andrey Petrov:

1st Prize and Audience Award
Nina SINYAKOVA (USA), Concerto for two violins with a symphony orchestra

2nd Prize
Eugene BIRMAN (USA), Concerto for violin and symphony orchestra

3rd Prize
Alina PODZOROVA (Moscow), Antinomy for a large symphony orchestra

Graduates: 
Ayaz GAMBARLY (Azerbaijan) 
Ivan ALEXANDROV (St. Petersburg) 
Roman TSIPYSHEV (Ekaterinburg) 

Jury members:

Franghiz ALIZADE (Azerbaijan) - chairman of the jury, professor, composer
Alexander KNAIFEL - composer 
Alexander RADVILOVICH - professor, composer 
Fedor LEDNYOV - conductor 
Nastasya HRUSHCHEVA - composer 
Dmitry YANOV-YANOVSKY (Uzbekistan) - composer 
Pavel KARMANOV – composer 

Organizer:
Andrey Petrov Foundation 

Supported by:
St. Petersburg Committee for Culture  
Russian musical union 
National Fund for Cultural Innovation «PETER THE GREAT» Charity Fund «LIFE STYLE» 

Nina SINYAKOVA. Concerto for two violins with a symphony orchestra. Soloists: Alexandra KOROBKINA (violin) and Alexander DANILEVSKY (violin)
Eugene BIRMAN.
Concerto for violin with a symphony orchestra. Soloist Leonid BARANOV (violin)
Alina PODZOROVA.
Antinomy for a large symphony orchestra (version 2018)
Ayaz GAMBARLY.
Echolalia for a large symphony orchestra
Ivan ALEXANDROV.
Winter Scenes for a large symphony orchestra
Roman TSYPYSHEV. A sign for a symphony orchestra, soloists and phonograms. Soloists: Vladimir KIRASIROV (reader), Sofia NIKOLSKAYA (soprano), Sergey LEONOV (bass profundo)