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Mikhail Sytchev

Mikhail Sytchev was born in 1971 in Moscow, Russia and began to play and improvise on the guitar at the age of nine. At age eleven, Sytchev entered the School of Music and Arts where he was a first and second prize-winner as a soloist at the Festival of Music. After graduation from musical college, Sytchev worked as a classical guitar teacher for 9 years.

In 1997, Sytchev came to the United States where he teaches on privately and performs as a soloist, with other musicians, children's choir Campanella, and Russian Theatre Atrium. Sytchev’s first experience in composition began at the age of 12 when he improvised a few hours every day. The first pieces were small and technically easy, but some of the themes were used and developed in his late opuses. In 2006, a few of his works: (Vision Dances, Aquarelles and Five scenes for children's home theatre) were published by Sylvain Lemay (Les Production D'oz, Canada).


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