Alexandre Brussilovsky

Masterclass Application & Biography

How to apply

The Masterclass will take place from 20 to 26 September 2023 in Trani (Italy, Puglia). The program for the lessons of the masterclass is free.

The Masterclass is open to violinists of every age and nationalities

– inscription fee: 150 euros
– masterclass tuition fee: 450 euros
– Optional in add to masterclass, cost for playing as soloist with orchestra: 600 euros
In add of the masterclass, every student has the possibility to play at the final concerts as soloist with orchestra. 
The students can choose among various concerti (any Violin Concerto with orchestral instrumentation such as the Mozart Concerti).

Participants can choose any other piece with a similar orchestral instrumentation.

The deadline for sending an application to the Masterclass is the 20th of August 2023.

The organization of the Masterclass will give you the possibility to sleep and have full meals with
very cheap costs.

– Airport in Bari (40 km far from Trani) and transfer to Trani with train
– Rome airport and train from Roma Termini station to Trani

All the payment fees must be made when you send your application to attend the Masterclass
by transfer to this account 
IBAN IT79 C360 9201 6000 9579 9232 960

If the applicant is not admitted to Masterclass the fee will be refunded.
If the application is successful but the student withdraws from the Masterclass, there will be No refund.

For other informations you can call
+39 3468296657
or send e-mail to


“ Sacha Brussilovsky is a most admired colleague and an excellent musician and violinist … ’’

                                                                                                             Lord Yehudi Menuhin

Born in the Ukraine, Alexandre Brussilovsky completed his musical education at the Moscow Conservatoire under Yuri Yankelevitch, Maya Glezarova, Felix Andrievsky and Leonid Kogan. He won top prizes at several international competitions, including the Grand Prix at the International Prague Competition in 1969, and the Grand Prix and Albert Roussel Special Prize at the Jacques Thibaud Competition in 1975. In 1985, after having been prohibited from performing abroad for eight years, Brussilovsky was able to leave the USSR and establish his residency in France. He rebuilt his career, dividing his time between concert performances and teaching. At the same time, his dream of having his own ensemble came true on the creation of the Ensemble Ricercata de Paris

Alexandre Brussilovsky has played in the most prestigious concert halls (Carnegie Hall in New York, Salle Pleyel and Théâtre des Champs Elysées in Paris, Bolchoi Hall at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow, South Bank Centre in London…) with renowned artists such as Lord Yehudi Menuhin, Emmanuel Krivine, Misha Maisky, Maurice André, Paul Meyer, François Salque, Marielle Nordmann, Volodymyr Vynnytsky, Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Patrick Gallois, Zhu Xiao-Mei, Nathaniel Rosen, Suren Bagratuni, Paul Neubaur, Bion Tsang, Vladimir Feltsman, Gary Hoffmann, Eduard Brunner, Kun-Woo Paik, Neeme Jarvi, Jean-Kacques Kantorow, Francoise Pollet, Natalia Gutman, Boris Berezovsky, the Lindsays and Fine Arts Quartet… 

As an international soloist, Alexandre Brussilovsky is invited to give master-classes at the Yehudi Menuhin School (England), the School of Music in Bloomington (Indiana University), the Longhy School of Music in Boston and the Alfred Schnittke Academy in Hamburg (Germany).  He also participates in numerous festivals and summer academies, such as those in Geneva, Nice, Les Arcs, Prades and New York, at the University of Montreal and the festival of the Chaise Dieu… Alexandre Brussilovsky is the artistic director of the French – Russian Music Festival Pont Alexandre III in Moscow, Lviv (Ukaine), Hamburg (Germany) and Paris. He is also artistic director of the Suoni e Colori recording label. Alexandre Brussilovsky is the founder of the Yuri Yankelevitch International Violin Competition at Omsk Russia in 2009.