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Pluri_Art Orchestra was created by Yuri Medianik in 2007. The orchestra is unique for its flexible instrumentation, i.e. it can be transformed from chamber into full orchestra depending on the concept and theme of the concert. Due to such an option, the musical message of any concert can be easily brought to life. The average age of musicians enrolled in the orchestra is 25. Among them are prize winners of the international competitions and conservatory graduates.

Pluri_Art Orchestra works closely with Channel One and ‘Star Factory. The Return’ project; it is co-organizer of the Opera Ischia Festival (Italy, 2007) and the first ensemble performing works by Norwegian composer Fred Jonny BergIn cooperation with David Mayer, an American opera conductor, La Boheme opera by Puccini was set at the Opera Ischia Festival in 2007.

The orchestra features the following soloists: Roger Arve Vigulf (clarinet, Norway), Judith Hall (flute, UK), Willy Postma (harp, Norway), Courtney Crouse (soprano, USA), Valentin Uryupin (clarinet, Russia). Pluri_Art Orchestra performs together with such Russian musicians as: Sergey Zhilin (piano), Petr Dmitriev (piano), Hayk Kazazyan (violin), Artem Dervoed (guitar).

Pluri_Art Orchestra participated in the Russian festivals, such as: Nobility Seasons (August, 2009), Days of Moscow Cultural and Historical Heritage (March, 2011; March, 2012), Musical Assemblies in Tsaritsyno (August, 2012), Classics & Jazz (June, 2013), and also has its own concert programs in the Moscow International House of Music and Moscow Thaikovsky Philharmonia.

Furthermore, the orchestra is conducted by:
 Lucy Arner  (Metropolitan Opera, USA) , Tom Rimes (Washington National Opera, USA), Pacien Mazzagatti (New-York Dicapo Opera, USA).

Pluri_Art Orchestra works with TenorS of the XXI Century art project. In 2011, they released a joint  DVD Tango Rhythm. Soloists: Maxim Paster , Alexander Zakharov, Yuri Medianik.