Vladimir Magalashvili was born in 1991 in Moscow, Russia. He received his early education as a chemist and worked in a research group at N.D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry in Moscow. During his first education, he began to study the organ and the piano professionally at the Academic Music College at Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory with prof. Galina Semenova.
Since 2015, Vladimir has been a member of the organizing Committee of the International Organ Competition "Young Organist
" in Moscow.
In 2019 Vladimir received his master's degrees in organ music at the University of Arts in Berlin (class of prof. Leo van Doeselaar, Erwin Wiersinga, and Paolo Crivellaro). In the same year, Vladimir graduated with honors from the N.G. Zhiganov Kazan State Conservatory (class of prof. Rubin Abdullin). He currently continues his education as an assistant of prof. R. Abdullin in Kazan Conservatory.
Vladimir Magalashvili has performed solo recitals and ensemble concerts all over the world. He regularly takes part in music festivals in Russia and Europe. He played Russian premiere of M. Dupré Symphony No.2 for organ and orchestra and work of J.- L. Florentz at the International L. Roisman Organ Festival in 2018. The same year he won the 2nd prize in the Neubrandenburg Organ Competition (Germany).
Vladimir specializes in the music of Marcel Dupré, which he often includes in his concerts. His master thesis, which he wrote during his studies, was devoted to an interpretation of Dupré's organ works. He collaborates with contemporary composers and performs premieres of solo organ works as well as works for organ with orchestra. His organ recordings were broadcast on Belgian radio.