Roman Moiseyev (Роман Юрьевич Моисеев) is one of the most interesting Russian conductors of his generation. Was born in 1960, in Moscow, Russia.
He obtained a magnificent musical education at the Gnessins Russian Academy of Music and P.I.Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory in the class of the great conductor, Professor Dmitry Kitaenko.
In 1993-1994 Roman Moiseyev underwent a study course under the leadership of the great Russian conductor, Professor Gennady Rozhdestvensky. There, he displayed a number of valuable professional qualities – “bright emotionality, true sense of style, well-developed performance energy and manual technique easily perceived by the artists of the orchestra…”
He also improved his mastery at the master classes of famous Professors Iliya Musin, Elizabeth Kudryavtseva, Alexander Dmitriev in Saint-Petersburg and Arnold Katz in Novosibirsk.
Roman Moiseyev’s musical career as a young conductor started when he was 19. After his graduation from the Academic Music College at the Moscow State Conservatory he organized the Moscow Chamber Choir at the M.Gorky Palace of Culture, where he served for 10 years as the art director and conductor of the choir. In 1992-1995 he organized and was the chief conductor of the choir and orchestra of the Moscow Philharmonic Capella.
In 1995 Roman Moiseyev conducted the Symphonic orchestra of the Adygeya Republic. In 1996-1997 he became the head of the Youth Symphonic Orchestra at the Gnessins Russian Academy of Music. Since 1999 he served as Musical Director of the Buryat Opera and Ballet Theatre where he staged a number of performances including “The Queen of Spades” by P.I.Tchaikovsky and “Die Fledermaus” (The Bat) by J.Strauss II. Since 2006 he has been conductor of the Moscow Symphonic Orchestra…
At present, Roman Moiseyev cooperates with the best Russian symphonic and opera collectives. His creative work has been highly appraised in Belorussia, Hungary, India, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, and the Ukraine. Maestro Moiseyev draws in young talented musicians to participate in his performances from as far as Russia, USA, Japan, Korea, Israel, India and other countries. He also conducts workshops for beginning conductors.
A considerable repertoire of Roman Moiseyev embraces symphonic and cantata-oratory compositions, including works by Prokofiev, Rachmaninov, Sviridov, Stravinsky, Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich, Bach, Bernstein, Beethoven, Brahms, Bruckner, Mahler, Mozart, Sibelius, R.Strauss, Shubert and Wagner. In addition, his repertory includes more than 20 opera and ballet performances. Roman Moiseyev pays special attention to the creative works of composer-romanticists.