lvan Naborshchikov

24 years old, Russia, Moskow
Ivan Naborshchikovwas born in Novosibirsk in 1997. He studied under Professor Marina Kuzina at the Musical College of the M. I. Glinka Novosibirsk State Conservatory. After graduating from the Musical College he began to study under Professor Irina Bochkova at the P. I. Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory. He has been studying under Professor Aleksandr Vinnitsky for four years at the P.I. Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory. Ivan is a prize-winner of various international violin competitions, gold medalist of the XI and XII Youth Delphic Games in Russia. He participated in concert and educational programs at the Summit Music Festival in New York, as well as took master classes of the world-renowned violinists and teachers such as Eduard Schmider, Natalya Prischepenko, Klara-Jumi Kan, Oleg Krysa. In 2019 he became an artist of the musicAeterna orchestra (the artistic director Teodor Currentzis). In October 2020, he played with the legendary Borodin Quartet at the Trans-Siberian Art Festival. In the spring of 2021, Ivan and the violinist Svetlana Gurzhiy played some works for two violins for releasing an album on the European label Oclassica. 

he International Competition "Musical Performance and Pedagogy" (I prize, Italy, Lonigo, 2009); the IV E.M. Kats Open Regional Competition for Violinists, Violists and Cellists (Grand Prix, Barnaul, 2010); the International Competition of Young Performers "Art of the XXI Century" (I prize, Ukraine, Kiev, 2010); the XI and XII Youth Delphic Games of Russia (Gold medal, Moscow, 2012 and Novosibirsk, 2013); the VI Yu. M. Kramarov Open Competition of Young String Musicians "West-Siberia-East" (I prize, 2015); the IX International Violin Competition, Novosibirsk (II prize, 2019). 

Concert with the Moscow Conservatory students' orchestra, conductor Anatoly Levin (Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, 2019); Concert with the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Novosibirsk Philharmonic, Conductor Yuri Tkachenko (the Kats State Concert Hall, 2019); Concert with the Chamber orchestra of the Moscow Conservatory students, conductor Timur Zangiev (Small Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, 2020). As a member of the Borodin Quartet with the Novosibirsk Philharmonic Academic Symphony Orchestra, conductor Thomas Sanderling (the Kats State Concert Hall, 2020); Concert with Chamber orchestra of the Moscow Conservatory students, conductor Nikolai Tsinman (Small Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, 2021 ).


  • J.S. Bach. Preludio from Partita for solo violin №3 in E major BWV 1006
  • N. Paganini. Caprice No. 23 op.1
  • W.-A. Mozart. Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major KV 216, Part I

  • L. van Beethoven. Sonata N2 8 for violin and piano in G major op. 30
  • P.I. Tchaikovsky. Waltz Scherzo for violin and piano op.34
  • V. Khodosh. Sentimental Suite for violin and piano

  • D.D. Shostakovich. Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minorop. 77