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"What we're listening to"

"This is incredibly beautiful music that is a pleasure to listen to" - Women Sport Report

"Bravo Slava"

In concert for over three hours and the audience simply refused to allow this master of songs to leave the stage - Pacific Star News

"In Concert"

Beautifully crafted from old Russian poetry into contemporary music played with compassion and love - Border's Books (Chicago)


(Slava)performs music he's written to the poetry of passionate kinsmen...past and present, in his native Russian,...his voice choked with his heart - Illinois Entertainer

"Russian Composer to Entertain Local Diners"

Spicy blend of blues, jazz, gypsy, and classical music, from his heart, unrestrained by conventional thinking - Daily Sun News

"Russian Composer at Home in the Valley"

"(Slava's) a very gifted artist and he has such a beautiful voice...the music is wonderfully poignant, poetic, deep, and inspiring" - Yakima Herald Republic


CD- acoustic guitar and voice- "The Last Songs of Boyan"an acoustic story of Russia's medieval history- precursor to Slava's 2 hour symphony of same name.
CD- Slava's original music sung in English(2 songs) and Russian- "Thinking of You" , also includes 2 original instrumentals



Enjoying an accomplished musical career in his native Russia, the musical phenom known simply as Slava has embarked on a journey to find his dream in the entertainment conglomerate of America. Gathering his musical expertise from a childhood in Siberia, Slava honed his talents on a myriad of instruments playing music composed by the world's legends, and is now writing his own masterpieces.

The remoteness of his homeland could not keep the legends of modern music from deeply influencing his artistic style. Crediting Pink Floyd, Quincy Jones, American Jazz, and gypsy musical influences only serves to give you a glimpse of his unique and hauntingly romantic sound.

His love of music is evidenced in his quest to learn and immerse himself into its every variable. As a self-taught guitarist and a violin prodigy, the prestigious Khabarovsk Arts and Skills Academy recruited Slava, where he excelled in performing the classics on violin, and was also honored for voice, saxophone, and flute, later joining the Khabarovsk Philharmonic Orchestra on the piano.

Knowing his music transcended the political chaos of the Soviet Union, Slava felt his energy and creativity stifled, and sought opportunity elsewhere. With the collapse of the communist wall, Slava joined with internationally acclaimed artists from India, Japan, Brazil, USA, Holland, France, and others as he embarked on his touring successes throughout Far East Russia, Japan, and Asia.

Opportunity, in the form of love brought Slava to America where he seeks to broaden his artistic development and notoriety.

Now relocated to the State of Washington with his American wife, Slava is anxious for his adopted country to hear him and to feel the music that has captured his heart since childhood. Through Slava's music, his experiences and emotions are heard and felt to the depths of the soul. And the audience is richer for it.