Alexey Aslamas

Alexej Aslamas

Born on 24.12.1983 in Penza, he began his musical journey as a violinist. After studying at the Brno Conservatory with Prof. Bohumil Kotmel, he transferred to the Prague Conservatory to the class of Prof. Pavel Kudelásek. Under his guidance he graduated in 2005 with Dmitri Shostakovich's Violin Concerto No. 1, accompanied by the Prague Conservatory Symphony Orchestra. In the same year he was admitted to the Prague Academy of Performing Arts in the class of doc. Jindřich Pazdera.

In 2008-11 he studied at the International Menuhin Music Academy Gstaad in Switzerland with maestros Albert Lysy and Liviu Prunaru. During his studies he participated in various master classes (Prof. Semion Jarošević, Attila Falvay, Bogdan Zvoristeanu, Mihaela Martin, Philippe Graffin, Stanimir Todorov, Ettore Causa, Hagai Shaham, Maestro Maxim Vengerov) and won prizes at international competitions in Interlaken (Switzerland, 2005), San Sebastian (Spain, 2008), Schwerin (Germany, 2010), Chamonix (France, 2011).

Alexey Aslamas is actively engaged in chamber music - 2005-2009 member of the Kaprov Quartet, 2008-2011 member of the IMMA Quartet, 2011-2022 primarius of the Pavel Bořkovec Quartet, in 2020 he founded the S.V.A. Trio (Alexey Aslamas, Vladan Malinjak, Šimon Marek).

In parallel, he also plays in diverse styles from blues to funk to psytrance and hip hop (collaboration with Cradle of Filth, Acute Dose, producers DJ Opia, Sirian). As a composer and arranger, he collaborates with Epoque Quartet, Apollon Quartet, Michal Pavlíček, Monika Načeva, Dara Rolins, Dasha, Chuck Wansley, DJ Wich, Štěpán 7krát3 Hebík.

In addition to violin, he also studied conducting at the Jaroslav Ježek Conservatory in the class of doc. Hynek Farkač. He has a permanent engagement with StarRecordings Production, Glorchestra, and is the chief conductor of Unique Orchestra.