RUAIRI GLASHEEN

Ruairi Glasheen is an award winning percussionist, composer, creative leader and educator based in London. Obsessed by drums and rhythm from an early age, he made his musical debut on the Irish bodhran at the age of 4. In 2013, Ruairi graduated from The Royal College of Music with 1st Class Honours and recipient of the Presidents Award

Ruairi leads a truly diverse career in music. He performs with numerous artists and ensembles, collaborates with arts organisations to create high impact and inclusive education projects and is in demand as a presenter, workshop leader and facilitator. 

Hidden Drummers is the latest evolution of Ruairi’s work and rooted in his core mission to make music accessible to all and give people the opportunity to experience the fascinating world of percussion and drums.

He currently resides in North London and besides music spends his time traveling, restoring old furniture and practicing yoga. 

WWW.RUAIRIGLASHEEN.NET

 
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                                                                                YURY SHAROV

From a young age Yury has always had a love of films. In his spare time he would always shoot and edit personal projects around his city, Moscow. Determined to develop his craft, Yury enrolled at the London Film Academy and focused on directing during this time. His winning pitch led him to direct his first short film, The Lost Lullaby.

After graduating, Yury directed his second short film Nina’s Melody which was officially selected at The Moscow International Film Festival. Following this, he directed another short film Beyond these shores which was filmed recently this year in Dorset. Yury hopes to continue making commercials, short films and eventually a feature. In the meantime, he continues to develop his signature style as a director; emotional, atmospheric and beautiful.

WWW.YURYSHAROV.COM

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