Vadim Shubladze, conductor
Vadim Shubladze was born in 1934, studied at the Tbilisi State Conservatory (Georgia, former Soviet Union). His first appeared as a conductor at the Kirov (Mariinsky) Opera Theater in Leningrad (St. Petersburg) with Verdi's Traviata. A month later he became a conductor at the Spendiarov Opera Theatre in Yerevan (Armenia).
Mr. Shubladze was guest conductor with such orchestras as The Russian State Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra, Moscow Philharmonic, Academic Symphony Orchestra, Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, and others. Currently he is principal conductor of the Georgian State Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra in Tbilisi (Georgia) and the artistic director of the Tbilisi Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra.
Vadim Shubladze was the first performer of many classical and contemporary works by various composers. In 1991 he started working with a composer/pianist Michael J. Smith. Mr. Smith has written several compositions for Vadim Shubladze and the Tbilisi Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra. The works were premiered by Shubladze and the orchestra in Tbilisi and Sweden with great success.
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