Yevgeny Dokshansky

Yevgeny Dokshansky

Assistant Professor of Clarinet

Belorussian-born American clarinetist, saxophonist, and conductor, Yevgeny Dokshansky has appeared as soloist, chamber musician, and conductor throughout Europe, North America, Central America, and the Caribbean. He is a 1st prize-winner at the Minsk Jazz Competition, 3rd prize-winner at the 2nd International Music of Hope Competition, special prize-winner at the 5th Aginski International Competition of Chamber Music, and two-time Baird Concerto Competition winner on both clarinet and saxophone. Deeply committed to chamber music, he founded the Chicago Q Ensemble, Martin & Dokshansky Duo, Alito Quintet, and has performed as tenor saxophonist from 2004 to 2006 with the Amherst Saxophone Quartet. 

He presently holds positions as Assistant Professor of Clarinet at Virginia Tech School of Performing Arts, Artistic Director of Ensemble Next Parallel in Washington, D.C., and Principal Clarinet of the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra. From 2018 to 2019 Yevgeny served as Associate Conductor of the Chesapeake Youth Symphony Orchestra, Southern Maryland Youth Orchestra and Choir, and Chamber Orchestra of Southern Maryland. From 2013 to 2018 Yevgeny held an Assistant Professor of Woodwinds, Woodwind Studio Leader, and Coordinator of Conducting program positions at the University of Trinidad and Tobago Academy for the Performing Arts where, in addition to his teaching responsibilities, he also co-directed and performed extensively with Ibis Ensemble – Faculty Ensemble-in-Residence. Yevgeny holds degrees from State University of New York at Buffalo, Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, and DePaul University School of Music. 

His principal teachers include Edward Yadzinski, Eli Eban, Howard Klug, Eric Hoeprich, Larry Combs, Magnus Martensson, and Cliff Colnot. Yevgeny is an endorsing artist for Légère Reeds. 

Contact Me

540-231-5969
dokshansky@vt.edu
242U Squires Student Center (0138)
290 College Ave.
Blacksburg, VA  24061

 

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