Fyodor Biryuchev Fyodor Biryuchev Moscow Fyodor Biryuchev strives to uncover the beauty and the inexplicable mystery of the world and shares them with people in his work. The young composer and pianist, who grew up on the Black Sea Coast, is now standing at the forefront of Russian neoclassical music. Fyodor as a classical pianist, the graduate of Moscow State Institute of Culture and laureate of a number of international competitions and festivals, enjoys pushing boundaries with both his studio work and his live shows. It's impressive how he can create a performance with a prepared piano and experimental electronics at a concert in Rostov-on-Don and then go on to play a concert with the symphony orchestra in Saint Petersburg further moving on to Russian hinterland to play the piano pieces of forgotten Russian composers of the Silver Age. While featuring academic sophistication and precision and a deep immersion of the listeners, Fyodor's concerts are at the same time full of vivid expressive presentation, powerful energy and charming atmosphere. His creative style is marked by diversity, imaginative and cinematic nature. His work is mostly influenced by Sergei Rachmaninoff, Frederic Chopin, Philip Glass, Yann Tiersen, and Ludovico Einaudi. Fyodor's music resonates with the listener, it is something personal, devoid of the excessive conservatism and artificial pathos. The composer's music is inspiring, it astounds with its sincerity and tenderness. It sounds like a sea breeze, long-awaited spring, a sky full of stars up in the mountains. In the course of several extended live tours with intimate concerts across Russia, Finland and Italy Fyodor Biryuchev had presented his two albums: «Breath of Love» (2016) and «By the Sea» (2017). Fyodor took on the role of the sound producer of the world's first classical opera in the immersive format - "The Queen of Spades" - working in cooperation with New Classic Band Orchestra (conductor Andrew Rein) and singers from the Bolshoi Theatre (Moscow). This project received a Russian National Award, "Onegin". In 2018 he worked with Severnaya Simfonietta Orchestra under the direction of an Italian conductor Fabio Mastrangelo.