Sergey is a violist whose engagements have included Philharmonisches Kammerorchester Berlin, Philharmonie der Nationen, Russian Camerata Chamber Orchestra, “Hermitage” Ensemble of Soloists. As an active musician, Sergey Bryukhno has been heard in most of the major concert venues in Moscow, Paris and Kazan including Moscow State Conservatoire, Tchaikovsky Hall, UNESCO Hall in Paris and Grand Hall of Kazan Conservatoire.
He studied viola with Prof. Vyacheslav Trushin and Prof. Alexandra Frantseva at the Russian Academy of Music named after Gnesins. In 2003 Sergey Bryukhno became the recipient of a stipend from the Russian Performing Art Foundation while being a part of quartet class of Prof. Valentine Berlinsky, the lifelong Borodin Quartet member. Prof. Wilfried Strelle, ex- viola principal, Berliner Philharmoniker, should be mentioned among Sergey’s most recent advisors.
In his career as a violist Sergey Bryukhno had a chance to work with such well known conductors as Justus Franz, Vladimir Verbitsky, Rimma Sushanskaya, Vyatcheslav Trushin, Yakov Leschiner, Alexey Utkin. A keen chamber musician, he was blessed to share the stage with Eliso Versaladze and Nikolai Petrov. When playing with Hermitage Soloists Ensemble, his chamber partners included David Daniels along with others.
Sergey is an author of several musical compositions for piano and a fiction short story.