Mikhail Arkhipov-Orchestral conductor
Mikhail Arkhipov is a Russian conductor. He is chief conductor of the Stanislavsky Theatre-museum.
Mikhail was born in Moscow.
He attended the Russian Gnesins’ Academy of music and Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory.
Mikhail is a scholarship holder of a famous Russian actor E.Bistrizkaya’s (in 2006), a winner of the competition of orchestral conductors, devoted to the 860s anniversary of Moscow (in 2007 in Moscow) and Russian competition of conductors (in 2008 in Chelyabinsk).
He was participant of international master-class of Vladimir Fedoseev (in 2008 in Moscow), of the festival of the symphonic music by Ilya Musin (in 2008 and 2010 in Kostroma), of the festival “Italy: View from Russia” (in 2011 in Moscow), of Alexander Scriabin festival “Prometheus” (in 2011 in Moscow).
In 2005 he has been the music leader and the chief conductor of the theatrical enterprise of the ancient opera «Early opera» (Moscow, artistic leader Nikita Kononov).
Since 2007 conductor-trainee of the National Philharmonic orchestra of Russia (Principal conductor is Vladimir Spivakov)
Mikhail was a professor at the Musical College of Russian Gnesins’ Academy of music (2006-2011), a professor of the personal course "Conducting: Theory and Practice" at the Russian Gnesins’ Academy of music (Khanty-Mansiysk, 2014)
In 2009 he was a conductor-assistant of Vladimir Ponkin at the grand ceremony of the closing of the theatre festival “Golden Mask”.
He worked as chief conductor of the Ugra Orchestra (Khanty-Mansiysk, 2015)
He conducts chamber orchestra «Cantus Firmus», orchestras of the Khabarovsk, Kostroma, Kurgan, Kursk, Penza and other cities.
In 2018 he participate as a conductor in the Russian-Moldavian premiere of Vasyli Pashkevich's opera “The Love Wins (The Miser)” with the framework of the President Putin’s Grant.
The conductor’s regional development project of culture in small cities of Russia “One against Desteny” received a big resonance, in which he will conduct with ten orchestras in various cities of Russia.
Currently he holds the position of Chief Conductor of the Theater-Museum at the house of Konstantin Stanislavsky, he conducts as guest conductor orchestras in the cities of Russia and the CIS.