Voronezh State Academy of Arts





Voronezh Academy of Arts Bugrov Vladimir Vasilyevich, People's Artist of Russia, Professor. Voronezh State Academy of Arts was founded in 1971 in accordance with the decree of the Council of Ministers of the USSR dated August 19, 1971; ¹ 582; the decree of the Council of Ministers of the Russian Federation dated August 30, 1971; ¹ 1010. The former name — «Voronezh State Institute of Arts» — was changed under the decree of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation dated December 8, 1998; ¹ 598 in accordance with the decree of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation dated June 20, 1998; ¹ 1950.

There are 126 teachers working in the Academy at present including 35 professors, Doctors of science and 41 associated professors, Candidates of science.
Today the Academy is a major educational institution of the Central Black-Earth Region. During 29 years the Academy trained nearly two and a half thousand specialists in the field of musical, theatrical and fine arts. Among its graduates there are over 40 laureates and prizewinners of international and Russian competitions; more then 30 of them were awarded honorary titles of the Russian Federation.

9 educational creative groups work in the Academy: Student's theatre, Symphony orchestra, String orchestra — prizewinner of the International Competition in Belgrade (1995), the orchestra of wind instruments, the orchestra of bayans, the orchestra of Russian folk instruments, educational and chamber choirs, folk group «Volya». These groups and soloists carry on intensive creative activity giving concerts in the halls of Voronezh and many other cities of Russia as well as abroad. Those students who had made considerable creative achievements were awarded special scholarships of the President of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, the New charitable Fund of M. Rostropovich. In 1997 the Academy became laureate of the competition held by the newspaper «Culture» — «Window to Russia»

Education is given at three faculties: theatrical, musical and fine arts
The level of education — a diploma awarded spesialist and the form of training — day studies
The language of teaching — Russian.

The Academy offers:
post graduate courses of scientific speciality 17.00.02 Musical Art as well as of creative performing speciality (piano, chamber ensemble, orchestral string instruments, instruments of folk orchestra, orchestral conducting);
the faculty of raising qualification.
*The Academy maintains contacts with conservatories and institutes of arts of Europe and the USA.


Musical, Teatre and Drama Faculties


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