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Alexander Tulinov

Ukrainian performer and composer, accordionist-virtuoso, master of accordion, laureate of national Ukrainian and international competitions (Poland, Germany, Canada).

Superfinalist of the show "Ukraine’s Got Talent-2" (Ukraine).

Performed and presented his projects on the main stages of Ukraine: Maidan (Kiev) and pl. Freedom (Kharkov).

Participated in the 64th International Contest-Festival "World Cup" in Victoria (Canada).

Passed master classes in Portugal and France with the world-famous teacher Frederick Deschamps, President of the World Accordion Confederation.

As a composer, Alexander permanently stays in a process of experiment, mixing neo-classical, rock, pop, jazz, ethnic, ambient, filling his eclectic not intrusively with its "absolutely own" label style.

In 2015 worked on a new program in folk-rock and sympho-rock ftyle.

In 2016 began yo work in style of epic music on an author's solo program, that premiered in October 2017 in Kiev Planetarium (Ukraine), accompanied by a violin quintet and percussion.

In 2018 a large-scale concert tour is planned for the cities of Europe, Israel and the United States.

2020 - cover star of the German edition of "Akkordeon Magazin"


       Alexander Tulinov was born in 1984 In Kharkov (Ukraine).
2008 - graduated with honors as a magister in class of accordion from the Kharkov State University of Arts.
During his study Alexander took prizes on International and Ukrainian competitions:
2003 - laureate of Ukrainian competition-review on a program "New names of Ukraine" (Kiev).
2006 - a diploma in variety category at the VI International Contest of Bayanists and Accordionists "Kryvbas Cup" (Krivoy Rog, Ukraine)

2006 - 1st prize in variety category at the International Competition Festival in Przemysl (Poland).
2007 - laureate of the II prize at the International competition-festival of bayan-accordion performing arts "AccoHoliday" (Kiev, Ukraine)

2007 - awarded in nomination "Young talent of Kharkov".

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