Arseniy Strokovskiy, an accordionist and lecturer at the University of Music in Würzburg, Germany, serves on juries for international music competitions.

Strokovskiy’s concert engagements span across France, Italy, Finland, Russia, Germany, Japan, Slovakia, Serbia, and Lithuania, including notable appearances at major music festivals like Manifeste at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, PhilHARMONIKA at the Berlin Philharmonie, and PIF Castelfidardo in Italy.
Regularly featured in theatrical productions and concert projects, Strokovskiy has graced stages at renowned venues such as Alte Oper in Frankfurt, Landestheater in Coburg, Staatstheater in Darmstadt, and Pfalztheater in Kaiserslautern, among others.
He has premiered works by contemporary composers, including performances at the prestigious International Festival "Bayan and Bayanists" at the Gnesin Russian Academy of Music in Moscow.

Arseniy Strokovskiy completed his music education at the Moscow State Institute of Music named after A.G. Schnittke, followed by an assistantship-internship under the guidance of Professor Sergey Osokin. Awarded a scholarship by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), he pursued advanced studies at the University of Music in Würzburg under the tutelage of Professor Stefan Hussong, graduating with distinction from two programs.

During his academic journey, he has earned recognition as a laureate of esteemed international accordion competitions held in Spain, Italy, Finland, Russia, China, Australia, and New Zealand. A significant milestone in Strokovskiy's career occurred with his victory at the prestigious accordion competition in Klingenthal, Germany, in 2016.
Winner of International Competitions
Arseniy Strokovskiy is a prizewinner of numerous accordionist competitions, including the most prestigious ones:

  • 53rd International Accordion Competition, Klingenthal, Germany
  • 23rd "Arrasate Hiria" International Accordion Competition, Arrasate-Mondragon, Spain
  • 40th International "Città di Castelfidardo" Accordion Prize for soloists and ensemble, Castelfidardo, Italy
Arseniy Strokovskiy was a scholarship holder of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now foundation in Germany
Participation in Projects
Arseniy Strokovskiy is a frequent guest at various music festivals. He collaborates closely with contemporary composers and has performed numerous world premieres for the accordion. Strokovskiy serves as a jury member at several music competitions.

In addition to his festival engagements, Arseniy Strokovskiy performs at various music theaters in Germany. He contributes significantly to the "Black Femininity" ballet by Sona Ovsepyan, acting as both a coauthor and a solo performer. This ballet uniquely integrates contemporary music with choreography.

Beyond his theater involvement, Arseniy Strokovskiy participates in various chamber ensembles and projects, including those with saxophone, violin, organ, guitar, cello, harp or piano.
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