Yury Revich

Violinist, Composer 

Winner of an ECHO Klassik 2016 “Newcomer of the Year” award, “Young Artist of the Year 2015” at the International Classical Music Awards and “Young Musician of the Year” by the Beethoven Center Vienna, Yury Revich is one of the most expressive and versatile musicians of his generation.

Born into a musical family, Yury started playing the violin at age of 5 and with 7 he entered the Central Music Academy of the Moscow Conservatory. In 2009 he entered the Vienna Conservatory.

Yury made his debut at the age of 18 at Carnegie Hall, later on in La Scala and since then he performed at the Berlin Philharmonie and Konzerthaus, Vienna Musikverein and Konzerthaus, Zurich Tonhalle, Leipzig Gewandhaus, BOZAR Brussels and Tchaikovsky Concert Hall Moscow amongst many others.

Recent collaborations include many different orchestras including Russian National Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Collegium Musicum Basel, Tonkünstler, Moscow Soloists, Russian State Symphony, La Verdi Milano, Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz, Zagreb Soloists, Nord West Deutsche Philharmonie, KKO and Kammerphilharmonie Potsdam.


2015 saw the launch of the international Concerts of Arts cycle in Vienna entitled "Friday Nights with Yury Revich" with many celebrity appearances. Yury has also created his own “Kunst & Klassik kuratiert von Yury Revich” concert and art series at the Belvedere in Vienna.

In addition to performance, he dedicates himself to many charitable and philanthropic causes. He organized the First Austrian Gala Charity "All for Autism" in 2015 - which since then became one the biggest Autism Awareness events in Europe - and hosts the annual Dreamland Gala for UNICEF in Vienna as part of his “Friday Nights with Yury Revich”.

His recordings to date are featured on labels such as Sony Classical as well as a recording with ARS records for which he won his ECHO Klassik Award.
He is an Ambassador for the Amadeus Vienna International School and professor at the WOM academy in Santander.

Yury plays on a 1709 Stradivarius, generously loaned to him by the Goh Family Foundation.