Born: March 1, 1961 Primary Instrument: Guitar
Andrei Krylov - guitarist and composer. He plays 6 and 7 string guitar. Original music, Fusion of Flamenco, Folk, Jazz, Gypsy styles, Classical music. He studied guitar, arrangement and composition in Music School and Music College in St.Petersburg, Russia and now is living in Ottawa-Gatineau, Canada. In 90's he worked as a guitarist for the Russian State Concert company Lenconcert and the Old Petersburg music theatre. He has given recitals in Russia, Ukraine, Estonia, USA, and Canada. Andrei has recorded and performed for Russian, US and Canadian Radio and TV channels. He is composed original music for films in Russia and USA. His music is featured by Time Magazine . Andrei' guitar music was downloaded 900 000 times from Download.com website and in 2006.He has recorded and published several albums of guitar music. Please ask for permission if you intend to use his scores, video or recorded music. Currently he performs at concerts, festivals and other events in Ottawa (Ottawa Tulip Festival, Ottawa Chamber Festival etc.), Toronto, Ontario and Gatineau, Montreal, Quebec and other places in Canada and USA. Andrei has been compared favourably to many great guitar players, but has a style uniquely of his own. He is looking forward for any opportunity to present his music to audiences in Canada and worldwide.
Andrei Repertoire includes wide range of Classical, Original, Flamenco and Jazz guitar music. He would love to share his music with You .
In 2007-2008 Andrei played concerts/festivals and events in: Canada (Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Niagara), Estonia (Narva), Usa - California, Oregon, New York, Rochester,Seattle etc.
Real music talent is a sixth feeling which is given to only a few - this is a gift to see the whole world and to ba able to express it in the guitar sound as Andrei Krylov can... By Isaak Estulin for the Russian Express/Toronto/ 1/13/2006
Andrei Krylov played Vilal-Lobos with the great success in the Leningrad White Hall. We need more concerts like this! By Eugene Bokshitsky for the Evening Leningrad/Leningrad, USSR/ 03/03/1987
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