The meeting was attended by composers, professors and students of the Conservatoire.
Alexander Tchaikovsky dwelt upon his creative activities and presented recordings of his instrumental concertos (for violin and cello; four saxophones).
On 5 May 2016, on the eve of the Victory Day, Tchaikovsky’s Russian Requiem was performed at the Ekaterinburg Opera and Ballet Theatre.
Alexander Tchaikovsky, one of the most famous and prolific composers of our time, made a name for himself in the 1970s. Coming from a brilliant school of such luminaries of national musical art as Tikhon Khrennikov, Heinrich Neuhaus and Lev Naumov, Alexander Tchaikovsky gained recognition both in Russia and abroad. He has won numerous Russian and international awards, and his music has been performed in major concert halls in Russia, Europe, America and Japan.