"...an exceptional violinist for his temperament, refined technique, sensitivity and intuition before the musical work..."


Yulia Iglinova Milshtein is a Concertino Soloist and Conductor of the RTVE Symphony Orchestra.

Born in Russia, she began her studies at the Yekaterinburg Special School of Music. With the early age of 8 years he takes his first steps on stage in his hometown, performing in the Philharmonic Hall of Yekaterinburg under the baton of his teacher, Wolf Usminsky.

Soon he moved to Moscow to continue his studies at the Special College for young talents, with professors Boris Belenky and Nadezda Beshkina, both disciples of the famous professors Abram Yampolsky and Lev Zeitlin. Then he enters the prestigious Tchaikovsky Conservatory, in the class of the famous violinist and professor Edouard Grach. In 1996 he won the Third Prize in the International Violin Competition "A. Yampolsky "(Russia). Since then he frequently performs in the prestigious Bolshoi, Malyi and Rachmaninovsky halls, as well as in the most important Russian festivals such as Estrellas de Moscú or El Invierno Ruso with continuous successes.

After the brilliant conclusion of her career, Yulia obtains the title of Soloist, Superior Professor of Violin and Chamber Music Interpreter. During the years 1996 - 1998 she is also Assistant Professor of Edouard Grach in the Violin Chair of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory. In these years he was also part of the Symphonic Orchestra of the Russian Radio Television.

Orquesta Sinfónica RTVE

Yulia Iglinova Milshtein

Madrid, España

Fundación Juan March

Conciertos desde 1975


Mujeres con Energía

violinista, entrevista

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In 1999 he settled in Spain, where he joined the Spanish Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra. In Madrid he has received valuable advice and classes from teachers such as Yuri Volgin, Zakhar Bron and Nicolas Chumachenko. Since then he has developed an intense activity as a solo violinist and in chamber groups, touring the Spanish geography with recitals as a soloist, numerous concerts with the duo "Icon" of violin and piano, and as a member of the Fatum String Trio. In these years Yulia has toured the United States, Canada and Russia, and has offered concerts in Germany, Australia, South Korea, Japan, Poland, Moldova, Yugoslavia, Greece and the Baltic Republics, among others.

In Spain he has performed as a soloist in the main venues such as the National Music Auditorium in Madrid, the Juan March Foundation, the Ateneo Theater in Madrid, the Palau de la Música in Valencia, the Zaragoza Auditorium, and the Miguel Delibes Auditorium in Valladolid, among other cultural spaces. His experience as a concertmaster or soloist includes works with ensembles such as the RTVE Orchestra, the Valencia Symphony Orchestra, the Valencian Community Orchestra, the Bilbao Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestra of the Region of Murcia, the Extremadura Orchestra and the Excelentia Foundation Orchestra between others, as well as in the Perelada International Music Festival, Sacred Music of Cuenca, the International Music and Dance Festival of Úbeda and others.

In spring summer, during the years 2013 to 2018, he complemented his activities in Spain with his position in the USA. as Concertino of the Orchestra of the New Hampshire Music Festival, where he has played as soloist and concertmaster in those seasons. Also of note is his extensive collaboration with the Excelentia Foundation during the years 2007 to 2015, as Concertino of his Santa Cecilia Classical Orchestra and as Concertino Director of the European Ensemble. His work was important in the development of this Orchestra and since then he occasionally plays as a soloist or guest concertmaster with this Foundation.

He has made recordings for Radio and Television of Russia, National Radio of Spain, Spanish Television, Classic Channel and Albany Records. He has collaborated with Spanish film composers, recording music for films such as "Comets in the Sky" and "Che" by Alberto Iglesias or "El Hierro" by Zacarías de la Riva. She has recently recorded two seasons as a teacher and part of the jury of the award-winning program of classical music dissemination Classics and Reverents (IRIS Award 2017) for TV2. His repertoire covers works from the Baroque to contemporary music and has premiered several works of composers of our time, some dedicated to it.


Yulia Iglinova