Vice-President of the Society,
Honored Worker of Musical Art,
Member of the International Union of Musical Figures,
Teacher of the ensemble class at the Academic Music School at the Tchaikovsky Moscow State University, conductor of the Maestro Exemplary Brass Orchestra, an active organizer of concerts and festivals
In the 90s, on the initiative of the President of the Society, G. A. Pisarenko, a regional branch of the "Society of Mozart" was established in Penza. In 2006, a branch of the ANO "Society Mozart"was opened at the Magnitogorsk State Conservatory (Academy) named after Glinka. Teachers and students of the Conservatory, according to the traditions of the Society, actively study and promote Mozart's music.
The Company's activities are very diverse. These include public concerts, music festivals, scientific seminars, performances in the media, publishing activities and multifaceted support for young talented vocalists and musicians. Over the past years, more than a hundred such events have been held in Moscow and abroad.
Russian Society's most significant achievements are the first edition of Mozart's letters in Russian (2000); the publication of a catalog of Mozart's works (also for the first time in Russian), dedicated to the 250th anniversary of the composer's birth (2006); the publication of a translation of the book by J. P. Blavatsky. Hines '"The Secrets of Vocal Technique are revealed by Great Opera Singers" (2010). This extremely complex and long-term work was highly appreciated by the Russian and foreign musical community, as well as by the Austrian Embassy in Moscow.