Rinat Ibragimov Death – Rinat Ibragimov, the London Symphony Orchestra’s Principal Emeritus Double Bass and father of musician Alina Ibragimova, has kicked the bucket. He was 60 years of age.

Brought up in Moscow, Ibragimov, who was of Russian-Tatar extraction, read the cello for a long time, before exchanging at 16 years old to the twofold bass. He concentrated with George Favorsky at the Ippolitov-Ivanov State Musical Pedagogical Institute in Moscow, and with Professor Evgeny Kolosov at the Moscow Conservatory, where he likewise considered leading with Dmitri Kitaenko.

On the event of Kolosov’s 75th birthday celebration, Ibragimov honored his previous instructor. ‘One of Kolosov’s ethics is that he sees promptly your independence and comprehends the best approach to advancement. During the exercise he generally remains next to you, snuffles with… dislike different instructors who hang tight for your errors just to rebuff you and make the most of their prevalence,’ Ibragimov composed. ‘Just once we had a contention. Prior to the All-Soviet Union rivalry, he got apprehensive and occupied. He offered me something I didn’t care for. I was in every case extremely amenable with him and said that I needed to play my own specific manner. “You do what I state” – Kolosov demanded.”‘

Ibragimov wound up winning first prize in the All-Soviet Competition in 1984, just as the Giovanni Bottesini International rivalry in Parma, Italy in 1989, preceding proceeding to play with a few symphonies. He filled in as chief twofold bass of the Bolshoi Theater Orchestra, the Moscow Academy of Ancient Music, the Moscow Soloists and the Soloists of the Moscow Philharmonic from 1983 to 1997, just as instructing at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory and its Central Specialist Music School. He was additionally aesthetic chief and conductor of the Moscow Instrumental Capella.

In 1995, he moved with his family to London, where he took on a job as head bass of the London Symphony Orchestra and instructed at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. In 2007, he started educating at the Royal College of Music. Close by this, he set up a performance vocation, with a discography of collection extending from Bach, Mozart, Schubert and Schumann to Dittersdorf, Koussevitzky, Smirnov and Vanhal. He additionally kept on leading, training different Youth Orchestras.

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