Biography


Arthur Rusanovsky (1993) was born in Amsterdam. At the age of five he started with violin lessons. He studied with Prof. lya Grubert at the Conservatorium of Amsterdam and finished his Bachelor of Music with Prof. Mark Gothoni at the University of Arts in Berlin. He also worked with Ida Haendel, Vadim Brodski, Igor Ozim, Shmuel Ashkenasi, Zakhar Bron and Ana Chumachenco.

He is first prize winner of the Princess Christina Competition, member of the TONALi Grand Prix Hamburg, winner of the Menuhin Live Music Now E.v., prize winner of the Ibolyka Gyarfas Competition and finalist of the ‘Eurovision Young Musician’.

Arthur played for several times during the world famous Canal Concerts in Amsterdam.

At the opening concert of the Gergiev Festival he played as a soloist with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra. Also he played as a soloist with the Magedurgische Philharmonie, Holland Symphonia, Jenaer Philharmonie, Amsterdam Symphony Orchestra Alphons Diepenbrock, Amstelveen Symphony Orchestra and Kennemer Youth Orchestra.

He is also devoted to chambermusic and is part of many different ensembles in Holland and Germany.

Outreach programs have brought him to the Trans-Siberian festival and the Molyvos International Music Festival.

On invitation of the Princess Christina Competition, the Dutch Consulates and the Dutch American Heritage Foundation, he made a tour trough America and Canada. On invitation of the Lincoln-Center-Stage-Performance he made a tour trough Europe and Amerika.

Arthur plays on a violin, made by E. Rocca in Genova. And with a bow, made by A. Lamy in Paris, kindly on loan from the Dutch Musical Instruments Foundation.