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Nikolay Popov

Composer

Nikolai Popov (born August 30, 1986) is a composer, teacher, researcher, member of the Union of Moscow Composers, member of the Union of Composers of Russia, member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia, head of the Center for Electroacoustic Music of the Moscow Conservatory (ceammc), and lecturer at the Department of Music History and Theory at GITIS-RATI.

He graduated from the Moscow Conservatory after studying composition with Vladislav Agafonnikov and Igor Kefalidi, completing his graduate studies at the Conservatory under Vsevolod Zaderatsky.

Nikolai is the author of chamber, symphonic, electro-acoustic and multimedia compositions, the author of three ballets, including About What Stones Hold Silence, and Light of an Extinguished Star (choreographed by Rinat Abushakhmanov); the multimedia opera Curiosity (directed by Alexei Smirnov), the multimedia action Mysteries of High Pressure (directed by Yury Kvyatkovsky); and is a composer of music for theatre and film.

He closely cooperates with such video artists as: Andrew Quinn (Italy), Todor Pozharev (Serbia), Jan Kalnberzin, Yevgeny Afonin, Alyona Skornyakova, Irina Matinyan (Russia) and others.