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Daniil Protsyuk (Organist)

Daniil Protsyuk was born in 1973 in Leningrad. He began to study music at the age of seven. In 1981 he was admitted to the Choral School of the State Academic Glinka Capella. He began to study the organ at the age of sixteen under the tutelage of Oleg Bezgubov. In 1991 he entered the Leningrad State Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatoire (faculty of choral conducting). One year later he became a student of the piano faculty, specialising in organ. From 1997 to 1999 he undertook a trainee assistantship with Professor Nina Oksetian, while in 2000 he took a post-graduate course under Professor Ivan Fedoseyev. From 1994 – 1995 he trained at the Kirchliche Musikhochschule in Halle under Professors

Johannes Schдfer, Volker Brдutigam and Klaus Eichhorn. He has studied the history of organ and organ construction. From 1999 – 2000 he trained at the Hochschule fьr Musik Hamburg under Professor Pieter van Dijk. In May 1995 he took part in the August Gottfried Ritter International Organists’ Competition (Magdeburg, Germany). In September 1996 he was awarded second prize at the International Organ Competition in Dobrich (Bulgaria). Daniil Protsyuk is the author of the book The Art of Organ Performance, published in 1997, as well as a series of research and journalism articles.

He has taken part in master-classes given by such illustrious maestri as Lionel Rogg, Petr Eben, Hans Haselboeck, Wolfgang Stockmayer, Rudolf Heinemann, Andreas Liebig, Bernard Haas, Kurt Lueders and Hans Davidsson among others.

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