Coaching Stage Performance

The pianist Wladimir Borodin was born in Ukraine and has lived in Vienna for several years. After completion of the Donetsk Music Academy as a concert pianist with a Master's degree and postgraduate diploma he continued his education at the Universität für Musik Darstellende Kunst Wien with Prof. Avedis Kouyoumdjian (Specialisation piano chamber music) and with Prof. Charles Spencer (Specialisation vocal accompaniment), specializing/majoring then, in vocal and instrumental accompaniment, and chamber music.

He participated in and also won numerous prizes of national and international competitions, such as the Theodor-Storm-Klavier-Preis, the Nordfriesischen Liedpreis, the Thomas-Wiese-Preis and he also won an Isolde Langowski scholarship at the International Masterclass for Lied "Liedkunst "with Charles Spencer and Ulf Bästlein in Husum in northern Germany.

Vladimir Borodin has had numerous appearances as a soloist in Austria, Italy, Ukraine and Germany, and performed at piano recitals in Berlin and in Prien am Chiemsee. As a chamber musician he has played in duos and trios, for example, with cellist Rudolf Leopold. As a vocal accompanist, he has participated in many recitals, such as the Friedrich-Hebbel-recital in the Wiener Musikverein and the Schubert Festival in Upper Austria in Steyr - together with the baritone Peter Edelmann. In addition, he accompanied soprano Natalia Ushakova for her concert tours.

Part of his occupations as an accompanist so far have included the instrumental accompaniment for the annual International Summer Academy in Lilienfeld, and the accompaniment at the International Hilde Zadek Singing Competition in Vienna as well as for the Audition Workshop of the Otto Edelmann Society.

Since 2014 Vladimir Borodin is working as a musical coach at the University of Music and Perfomring Arts Vienna.

Department of Voice and Musical Theatre

Penzinger Straße 7
1140 Vienna

Wladimir Borodin


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