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Yuri Botnari & George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra

Antonín Dvoƙák: Slavonic Dance in G Minor, Op.46. No 8 


Yuri Botnari & Barcelona Philharmonic Orchestra

The Holberg Suite, Op. 40

Yuri Botnari & Barcelona Philharmonic Orchestra

Shostakovich: Chamber Symphony in C Minor, Op. 110

Yuri Botnari & Barcelona Philharmonic Orchestra

Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik, K 525: 
I. Allegro


2020 - Germany : Stuttgart, Regensburg, Wiesbaden

2019 - Great Britain: Sheffield , Cambridge, Coventry, Middlesbrough, Guildford

2017 - Korea : Seoul, Jeonju, Daegu, Jinju

China : Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Shenzhen

Romania : Bucharest

Japan : Kawasaki, Tokyo, Musashino, Mito, Nerima, Osaka, Niigata, Fukuoka, Iwanuki, Miyazaki

Ireland : Dublin

Great Britain : Cambridge, Carlisle, Leeds, Cardiff, Nottingham, Bristol, London, Newbury, Southend, Basingstoke, Coventry, Watford, Sheffield, Perth, Edinburgh                              

2016 - China : Hongkong Shenzhen

Romania : Bucharest                          

2015 - Spain : Barcelona, Bilbao, Zaragoza, Logrono, Valencia                

2014 - Great Britain : Birmingham, Guildford, London, Sheffield, Leeds,  LLandudno, Middlesbrough, Bristol, Nottingham, Warwick, Newbury, Derby, Crawley, Reading, Cardiff, Hull, Carlisle, Edinburgh        

2013 - Korea : Seoul, Sejong, Busan, Gangdong

Moldova : Chisinau                                

2012 - Korea : Chuncheon, Gimhae, Ulsan, GyeongSan, Goyang


About Yuri Botnari
Yuri Botnari is the Principal Conductor and Artistic Director of European Symphony Orchestra (also known as Barcelona Philharmonic Orchestra), Laureate Conductor of the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and the President of the Royal Music Society foundation. Maestro Botnari received his PhD in conducting from the Moscow State P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory (Professor Gennady Rozhdestvensky) as well as his MA in conducting (Professor Yuri Simonov) and MA from Leningrad State Conservatory (Professor Ilia Mussin). In 2005 he was awarded the George Enescu Gold Medal for Symphony Conducting by the Romanian Government, and was selected as a Great Mind of the 21st Century by the American Biographical Institute. In June 2005 he was listed in the Worldwide Honors List of International Biographical Centre (Cambridge, England) for Outstanding contribution to Symphony Conducting. In 2010 Maestro Botnari was awarded the highest Government award in Moldova - Stefan Cel Mare Gold Medal. Presently, Yuri Botnari performs around the world in countries like Spain, Germany, Romania, Russia, Korea, China and many others.



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