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Alexei Pliousnine

Alexei Pliousnine - music performer, promoter, producer, lecturer, critic, leader of APosition Creative Union.

Alexei was born in 1962 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. He graduated from college with a degree in theoretical physics. Became active in music in early 1980-s.

1981 – 1990 Participated in numerous artistic projects: founded rock band Lolita, which released a 1990 tape album “Moscow Vacations”, since featured in the chart of 100 Best Tapes of Russian Rock. Participated in creating of “Gorbushka” music and artistic center

1990 -1994 Moved to St.Petersburg and opened a first rock’n’roll music shop “Nirvana” in the city. Participated in many projects and actions at the art center “Pushkinskaja 10”.

1994 – 1999 Performed and recorded several albums with an avantrock band RDDB

1999 – 2004 Involved with the Sergey Kuryokhin International Festival SKIF

2001 – 2004 Acted as the SKIF Artistic Director and participated in organizing of SKIF in Berlin on 2003

2002 Created the APosition Creative Union and became its producer as well as a member musician

2004 Took part in free jazz improvising project that included a recording session at the Fantasy Records produced by Henry Keiser. These recordings were compiled in two albums as Kaiser/Pliousnine

2005 Founded the International Music Forum APOSITSIA that became an annual event gathering together experimenting artists from all over the world

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