| Anatoly Dokumentov|
| Moscow Conservatory|
| Natalia Ananievna Seliverstova (m. 1965)|
Sophia Dokumentova, Nikolay Dokumentov
Natalia Ananievna Seliverstova, Nikita Mikhalkov, Eduard Artemyev
The Barber of Siberia
Anatoly Dokumentov Wikipedia
Anatoly Nikolayevich Dokumentov (Russian: Анато́лий Никола́евич Докуме́нтов, (19 December 1937) is a Russian pianist and composer.
Dokumentov was born in Kostroma, USSR in doctor’s family. At the age of 5 he started learning the piano and at the age of 14 he entered the Central Musical School attached to Moscow Conservatory (Russian: ЦМШ – Центральная Музыкальная Школа при Московской Консерватории). He studied piano with Elena Petrovna Hoven (pupil of Alexander Borisovich Goldenweiser) and composition with professor Vissarion Yakovlevich Shebalin.
From 1956 to 1961 he studied at the Moscow Conservatory initially with assistant professor Alexander Adrianovitch Yegorov (pupil of Konstantin Igumnov), then from 1959 at the class of professor Lev Nikolayevich Oborin. After graduating from the Higher Master School at Moscow Conservatory he studied composition with professor Nesterov (pupil of Vissarion Yakovlevich Shebalin) at Nizhny Novgorod Conservatory.
In 1961 Dokumentov moved back to Kostroma, working as a composer, performer at Kostroma Philharmonic Society and as a piano teacher. He is currently a professor of Nekrasov Kostroma State University.
In 1997 he worked with famous Russian producer Nikita Mikhalkov on the movie “The Barber of Siberia” where he arranged music, conducted orchestra, played music, coached the actors for singing and even was filmed.
He married pianist Natalia Ananievna Seliverstova in 1965. They have two children.
Dokumentov started his career as a performer at the Malyj Zal of Moscow Conservatory (Russian: Малый Зал Московской Консерватории) at the age of 14 performing Partita C-minor by J.S.Bach. He has performed in USSR, Russia, Sweden, Denmark and Australia and with artists of Bolshoi Theatre; under the guidance of conductor Yury Aranovich (Principal conductor of Stockholm orchestra).
Dokumentov's music has been performed in USSR, Russia, Denmark, Sweden, Vatican City, Japan and Australia. Among other pieces there are:Honorary Artist of Russia
Medal for Honor, Labor and Valour
Laureate of two Russian competitions of pianists (one together with N.Seliverstova)
Winner of Honorary certificate of Tokyo International Competition of composers in 1997