Andrey Rubtsov was born in Moscow. In 2011 he graduated with top honors from the Royal Academy of Music. Andrey Rubtsov was an assistant to Donald Runnicles at BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra 2014-16 as well as Leverhulme Conducting Fellow at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. The Fellowship granted him opportunities to work many times with the Scottish Opera, RSNO and Red Note Ensemble.


Andrey first came to public attention when he conducted two piano concertos by J.S. Bach, with the Russian National Orchestra and Mikhail Pletnev as a soloist in 2004. This was followed by concerts with RNO in Malaysia, Russia, Netherlands and USA. Andrey graduated with top honors from the Royal Academy of Music...


Andrey worked with State Chamber Orchestra of Russia, Saratov Philharmonic, Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, State Youth Orchestra of Armenia, Samara Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, Baltic Youth Philharmonic, State Caucasus Philharmonic Orchestra, Moscow Conservatoire Orchestra, and Royal Academy of Music Concert Orchestra; led rehearsals with Moscow Philharmonic, Lucerne Festival Strings and Danish National Symphony Orchestra; participated in masterclasses with Kurt Masur, Bernard Haitink and Mikhail Jurowski. In summer 2013 he was invited both to American Academy of Conducting at Aspen Festival and Tanglewood Festival course.


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  • Rubtsov Scarlet FlowerOctober 2017: Scarlet Flower CD is out with Alexandr Oleshko as a narrator and Andrey Rubtsov conducting Russian National Orchestra.
  • August 22, 2017: Video of Andrey presenting his children CD on Channel One Russia.
  • And Then, Everyone Showed UpAugust 2017: And Then, Everyone Showed Up—CD with Andrey Rubtsov’s children music is out now. Recorded with 26 musicians from the Grammy-winnings Russian National Orchestra. CD is produced by Maxim Rubtsov.
  • Rubtsov oboe concertoJuly 2017: CD featuring Andrey’s music performed by the Göttinger Symphonie Orchester received prestigious ECHO Award.
  • Андрей Рубцов концерт для гобояJune 2017: Music for the Moscow Satire Theatre play Run for your wife.

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