Innovative Australian Conductor Vladimir Fanshil is quickly establishing himself as a versatile artist covering symphonic, operatic and ballet genres. After a fruitful collaboration as assistant conductor to Iván Fischer (2013-2017) Vladimir has continued to make noteworthy debuts and returns, most recently with the Budapest Festival Orchestra, Konzerthaus Orchestra Berlin, Mariinsky theatre orchestra, Orchestre Nacional D'Ile de France, at the Bashmet Festival, Odessa National Philharmonic and at the Odessa National Opera. This season he will open with the Luxembourg Philharmonie on tour, followed by Bilkent Symphony and then a return to the Mariinsky theatre.
In 2012, Vladimir completed his masters of Operatic/Symphonic conducting at the St Petersburg State Conservatoire. Whilst a student there he became a regular conductor of the State Hermitage Orchestra which included a cd recording of Shnittke and he also conducted a number of opera productions including La Traviata, Evgeny Onegin, Aida and modern opera - 'The complaints book'.
He went on to work on a production of Prince Igor at the Hamburg State Opera and soon after became the Assistant conductor of Ivan Fischer both in Budapest and in Berlin from 2013-2017.
His technical clarity, emotional freedom and multi-lingual skills result in moving and insightful collaborations across a broad range of repertoire.
Vladimir is also a published poet and continues to write Poetry.