Anatoly M. Tsuker
Doctor of Sciences (Musicology)
Professor, Head of the Chair of Music History at the Rachmaninov Rostov State Conservatory
Academician, Full member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences
Honored worker of arts of Russia
Member of the Board of the Union of the Composers of Russia
Chairman of the Rostov Branch of the Union of the Composers of Russia
Research sphere and interests
Anatoly M. Tsuker as a scientist works in 2 main areas: the history of the national music and mass musical culture.
A. M. Tsuker is the author of about 200 publications on musical aesthetics, theory of musical genres, history of classic and contemporary Russian music, musical culture of the XX – XXI centuries, including monographs: "Mikael Tariverdiev" (Moscow, 1985), "Grigory Frid: the way of the artist" (Moscow, 1990), "Rock and Symphony" (Moscow, 1993), "One World of Music" (Rostov-on-Don, 2004), "The Dramaturgy by Pushkin in Russian Opera Classics" (Moscow, 2010), "Mass-Produced Music: 1960 - 1990" (Rostov-on-Don, 2011), "Musicology and Life" (Rostov-on-Don, 2014), "Domestic Mass Music: 1960-1990" (St. Petersburg, 2016), "Pages of Memory – Events and Destinies" (Moscow, 2017). Also he is the co-author of the textbook "The History of Modern Russian Music" (Moscow, 1993). Decades of articles by A. M. Tsuker are published in journals, peer-reviewed by HAC.
A. M. Tsuker is the Chairman of the Dissertation Council at the Rostov State S. Rachmaninov Conservatoire and the member of the Dissertational Council at the Novosibirsk State Conservatoire M. I. Glinka. As the academic supervisor he prepared 14 candidates of Sciences (PhDs).
A. M. Tsuker is the initiator of a number of scientific and creative projects of regional, federal and international level, including the organization of more than 15 national and international scientific conferences. Also he is the editor and compiler of more than 20 collections of scientific papers. He organized workshops and research seminars at the universities of Moscow, St. Petersburg, Minsk, Kiev, Novosibirsk, Saratov, Chelyabinsk, Magnitogorsk, Volgograd, Salekhard, etc. A. M. Tsuker is the laureate of the Shostakovich Russian Prise, Knight of the Order of Friendship.