Boris Andrianov - one of the leading Russian musicians of the new generation, a graduate of the Higher School of Music. Hans Eisler (Germany, class of the famous cellist David Geringas) Now Boris is a teacher at the Moscow State Conservatory and the head of the "Generation of Stars" project, which hosts concerts of young talented musicians in Russia. For this project in 2009, Boris was awarded a government prize in the field of culture.
In 2008, the first in Russia's history cello festival was held in Moscow, the art director of which is Boris Andrianov. In 2010, the second VIVACELLO festival gathered such outstanding musicians as Natalia Gutman, Yuri Bashmet, Misha Maisky, David Geringas, Julian Rakhlin, and others.
In September 2007, the disk of Boris Andrianov and pianist Ram Urasin was selected by the English magazine Gramophone as the best chamber disc of the month. In 2003, the album of Boris Andrianov, recorded together with the leading Russian guitarist Dmitry Illarionov, released by the American firm DELOS, was included in the list of nominees for the Grammy Award.
Boris was a participant of many international competitions and festivals. Has an extensive concert repertoire, performs with Russian and foreign symphony and chamber orchestras, with famous conductors such as V.Gergiev, V.Fedoseev, M.Gorenstein, P.Kogan, A.Vedernikov, D.Gering, R.Kofman, Yuri Bashmet, Menachem Pressler, Akiko Suwaney, Janine Jansen, Julian Rachlin.
After the speech at the Berlin Philharmonic, the Berliner Tagesspiegel newspaper published an article "Young God": "A young Russian musician plays like a god! Touching to the depths of the soul sound, beautiful soft vibration and mastery of the instrument created a miracle..."
Boris performs with concerts in the best halls of Russia, at the most prestigious concert venues in Holland, Japan, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, USA, Slovakia, Italy, France, South Africa, Korea, Italy, India, China.
Since 2005, Boris has played on the unique instrument of the work of the great master Domenico Montanyan from the State Collection of Unique Musical Instruments.