Evgueni Brokmiller | YST Conservatory


Artist Faculty, Flute



After studying piano and composition at the Central Music School in Moscow, Russian flutist Evgueni Brokmiller went on to the Moscow State Conservatory under the tutelage of Professor Yuri Dolzhikov. When Evgueni was seventeen, he was awarded first prize in the USSR Woodwinds Competition. This was followed by another prize at the Dutch International Flute Competition, along with the ‘New Names’ scholarship from the International Charity Foundation.

Evgueni started performing as a soloist from a young age at venues such as the Grand Hall of the Moscow State Conservatory, St. Petersburg Philharmonic Hall and the UNESCO Hall in Paris, among others. His concerts were broadcast on radio and television, and he has also recorded on the Melodia and Forlane labels. As a soloist, he has performed with many orchestras including the State Cinematography Symphony Orchestra (USSR), Noordhollands Philharmonic Orchestra, Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Chamber Ensemble with Yuri Bashment, and the Singapore Symphony Orchestra.

From 1991 to 1993, Evgueni was appointed Principal Flute of the State Symphony Orchestra in Russia. He was also Guest Principal Flute for the Moscow Radio Orchestra, Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre and the London Philharmonic Orchestra. As a chamber musician, Evgueni Brokmiller has collaborated with prominent musicians including Sviatoslav Richter, Yuri Bashmet and Yo-Yo Ma.

Evgueni studied conducting at the Moscow State Conservatory with Professor Leonid Nikolaev and at the St. Petersburg Conservatory with Professor Alexander Titov. His conducting career has included several countries in Europe, including Russia, the Ukraine and Portugal. 

Evgueni Brokmiller has been the Associate Principal Flutist of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra since 1993 and is active in Singapore as a soloist, orchestral musician, chamber musician and teacher. He has also assisted with the Music Director with the SSO on numerous occasions. In addition, Evgueni has conducted concerts for the SSO’s Chamber Music series to great acclaim.