Boris Gurevich was born in Kazan and began his studies at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow in 1989. His teachers were Albert Lehmann (a student of Shostakovich) in composition and Naum Starkmann in piano playing. Already as a student, he gave numerous solo concerts throughout Russia and participated in chamber music recitals. Later he continued his education at the Music Academy in Jerusalem and at the University of Maryland, USA. From 1996-1999 he lived in Washington D. C. He works at the Washington Opera, the Opera Camerata and at George Manson University as a répétiteur. His concert appearances include Monday Night Musicales and the Summer School Museum, among many others. Later engagements took him to the International Opera Studio Zurich and the Aalto-Theater Essen, where he has been a répétiteur since 2000/2001. In addition, he gives concerts with singers and instrumentalists and has performed as a soloist with the Bochum Symphony Orchestra and the Essen Philharmonic Orchestra, among others. In September 2005, his composition Monodia was premiered with great success by the Essen Philharmonic under Stefan Soltesz as part of the symphony concerts. In the 2017/2018 season, another of his compositions, Prayer for Rain, a concerto for violoncello and orchestra, was premiered with the Essen Philharmonic.

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