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Anna Skryleva

GMD at the Magdeburg Theatre

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Alex Grigorev
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Anastasia Shapoval
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Biography Highlights



The Cunning Little Vixen by Janacek, Turandot by Puccini, ballet Carmen/Morgenröte eines Stiers by  Schtschedrin, Wunschkonzert at the Theater Magdeburg, Recording of L.Kashperova Symphony RSB Berlin; Beethoven, Bruckner with the Aalborg SymfoniOrkester; Sibelius, Shubert, Wallan, Brahms, Rachmaninov, Mahler, Beethoven with the Magdeburgische Philharmonie; Romeo and Juliet, Pique Dame at the Oper Leipzig; Schubert, Stravinsky with the Philharmonisches  Orchester Landestheater Coburg; Opening concert of the Festival Ultraschal with the DSO Berlin; Final round of the Aarhus international piano competition with the Aarhus Symfoniorkester; Mayer, Schumann, Schubert with the BSOF Brandenburgisches  Staatsorchester Frankfurt; Skryleva, Glière, Strauss with the Philharmonisches Orchester der Hansestadt Lübeck.


Previous and Past:

10 Jahre Symphonic Mob with the Deutsches Symphonie Orchester Berlin; Beethoven with the Augsburger  Philharmoniker; Rigoletto, La Cenerentola at the Oper Leipzig; Rautavaara, Monnakgotla, Bach-Reger, Shostakovich at the Wermland Opera; New Year Concert with the Aarhus Symfoniorkester; Price, Schumann, Clyne, Mayer with the Neue Philharmonie-Westfalen; Valfridsson, Mahler, Tchaikovsky with the Jönköpings Sinfonietta; Bartok and Rachmaninov with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra; Eugen Engel’s Grete Minde, Le Nozze di Figaro, Fidelio at the Theater Magdeburg; Strauss, Canteloube, Skryleva, Lera Auerbach, Sergey Rachmaninov, E.Kats-Chernin, M.Bruch, Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Beethoven 9 Symphony, Dvorak, Bruckner, Mahler, Gurvitch, Schubert with the Magdeburgische  Philharmonie; German Conducting Award - Jury member; CD Recording for Orchid Classics in collaboration with Nielsen International Competition and the Odense Symfoniorkester; Gershwin, Bernstein with the Philharmonie Essen.
As a composer, Anna Skryleva's works are published by Universal Edition Vienna. Selected Compositions/ Arrangements:  “Mirror”  for Soprano & Orchestra; 3 Impromptus in C for the Orchestra; “Lullaby”  for 2 voices and the orchestra; W. A. Mozart "La clemenza di Tito" Opera Seria in due atti  reduced orchestration by Anna Skryleva, Bärenreiter Verlag; W.A. Mozart "La clemenza di Tito" Nr. 15 Aria con Coro, arrangement for Solo Trumpet (ossia piccolo trumpet) & Brass ensemble by Anna Skryleva, Universal Edition among others.


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Theater Magdeburg

Theater Magdeburg

Carl Nielsen International Competition 2019 Final Round, performance by Blaz Sparovec and Copenhagen Philharmonic, conductor Anna Skryleva.

Carl Nielsen International Competition 2019 Final Round, performance by Blaz Sparovec and Copenhagen Philharmonic, conductor Anna Skryleva.


Reviews & Press


Theater Magdeburg - Eugen Engel - Grete Minde - Conductor

“People should expect a strong personal story about the fairness and justice,” Skryleva said. She described the music as having “the sound of late Romanticism” heavily influenced by Richard Wagner, Richard Strauss and Erich Wolfgang Korngold.

- Michael Cabanatuan , San Francisco Chronicle

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Anna Skryleva hat großartige tönende Überzeugungsarbeit geleistet, führt souverän ihr Orchester. 

- Manuel Brug , welt

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Skryleva and Ulrike Schröder, Theater Magdeburg’s chief dramatic adviser, oversaw the painstaking transcription by external experts of more than 40 individual voice and instrument parts, making use of the shutdown during the pandemic to do so. 

- Kate Connolly , The Guardian

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Leipzig Oper - Rigoletto - Conductor

Anna Skryleva dirigierte das Gewandhausorchester in einer fesselnden Aufführung der vollständigen Partitur, die die dramatische Spannung aufrechterhielt. 

- Dr. Daniel Floyd , DAS OPERNMAGAZIN

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