Boris Gutnikov (4 July 1931 – 1986) was a Soviet violinist, born in Leningrad.
He won the 1957 Long-Thibaud Competition and, most notably, the 1962 International Tchaikovsky Competition ex-aequo with Shmuel Ashkenasi. He had been appointed a teacher at the Leningrad Conservatory soon before.
Andrei Petrov composed in 1987 his Memoria for violin and ensemble in memoriam Gutnikov.
- Voice of Russia - Musical tales of St. Petersburg
- Concours International Marguerite Long-Jacques Thibaud - 1957 Palmares
- Onno van Rijen's Soviet Composers webpage
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