Inna Gilmore---flutist, prizewinner of international
Ms. Gilmore is a recipient of Artists International Special
Presentation Award, and gave her New York Debut at
Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall (2008), which was
praised highly in the New York Concert Review.
Her other awards include prizes in the Haynes
International Flute Competition in Boston, the Classical
Heritage International Competition in Moscow and the
Russian National Competition of Woodwinds in St.
Inna Gilmore has been performing actively as a solo recitalist with her husband, pianist Brian
Her professional debut took place in 1995 at Tchaikovsky Philharmonic Hall at the Moscow
Autumn Music Festival as a concerto soloist with the Russian State Symphony Cinema Orchestra
(S. Skripka, conductor), in a performance broadcast on National Television.
From 1995 to 2001, she performed in the Moscow Autumn Music Festival as both soloist and
orchestra member. Professional solo performances have taken her to the Bolshoi, Maliy and
Rachmaninoff Halls of Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory, The Concert Hall of Russian
Composers Union, Tchaikovsky Philharmonic Hall, the State Academic Cappella Concert Hall in
St. Petersburg, the Tambov Philharmonic Hall. Other engagements include concerto performances
with the Moscow Chamber Orchestra Cantus Firmus, the Tambov Philharmonic Symphony
Orchestra in Russia, and the South Orange Symphony Orchestra in New Jersey.
Collaborations with composers include a tour to Southeast Russia and series of performances at
the Tchaikovsky Conservatory and the Arts Institute in Moscow with the renowned composer
Vladislav Kazenin, Artist of the People and President of the Russian Union of Composers. She
also recorded and premiered in the Concert Hall of the Russian Composers Union and Concert
House of Arts in Moscow several works of the distinguished composer Yuri Chugunov, Honored
Artist of Russia, who dedicated his flute compositions to her. Annually, from 1998 to 2001, Ms.
Gilmore performed with Alexander Korneyev and harpsichordist Alexander Maykapar in series of
concerts at Bulgarian Cultural Center in Moscow.
As an orchestral player she worked as a member of the Concert Orchestra of Radio and
Television, Moscow (1997-2001).
Ms. Gilmore graduated with honors from Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory (Alexander
In America she continued her professional flute studies with Loren Lind (Philadelphia Orchestra)
and later had additional study with Paula Robison at the New England Conservatory, Boston.
She has performed in masterclasses with Jeanne Baxtresser, Trevor Wye, Sir James Galway,
Michael Parloff, Gary Schocker, Paula Robison, Ransom Wilson and András Adorján.
Inna Gilmore is a Haynes Flute Artist.
For more information, please visit www.InnaGilmore.com