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Mishchenko Mikhail

Associate Professor, Department of Theory and Methodology for Teaching Arts and Humanities, Ph.D. in Art History (kandidat nauk)

Mikhail Mishchenko is an Associate Professor at the St Petersburg Conservatory. He studied musicology at the Сonservatory under Prof. L. Kovnatskaya and organ under T. Chausova. He studied organ also under Yu. Semenov in St Petersburg and under H. Davidsson at the Highschool of music in Göteborg (Sweden). M. Mishchenko received his PhD in music with a thesis on Wilhelm Stenhammar’s aesthetics. He is the author of Essays on Melosophy (2014) and books on Cesar Franck, Mozart, Alexander Glazunov, and music historiography. M. Mishchenko has translated into Russian Carl Nielsen’s Levende Musik (tr. from the Swedish) and R. Stevenson’s The Paderewski Paradox (tr. from the English). As an organist Mishchenko initiated and performed Scandinavian, British, Austrian music and music of the Switzerland: Musica Nordica (2006); Musica Britannica (2012-2013); series of organ and chamber ensemble concerts of Felix Mendelssohn’s music (2009). Mishchenko is the first Russian winner of the honoured diploma from The Elgar Society for performing and promoting of his music.

Mishchenko Mikhail