Peter Theremin

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Peter Theremin
Peter Theremin plays theremin
Peter Theremin plays theremin
Background information
Birth namePeter Theremin
Born (1991-06-19) 19 June 1991 (age 31)
Moscow, Russia
GenresClassical music, electronic music

Peter Theremin is a Russian composer, performer of the theremin, an electronic musical instrument.

Life and career[edit]

Thereminist, the organizer of the festival of theremin culture "Thereminology", creator of the first Russian-language portal about theremin "Theremin Times", the great-grandson of Leon Theremin. Works with theremin in genres: classical, contemporary improvised music. Head of Russian Theremin School, the author of a series of lectures on the history of electromusic, on the history of the theremin. The author of the course "Theremin for 24 hours."


  • The Owls Are Not What They Seem: David Lynch Tribute Remixes (2017)
  • Varvara Vizbor "Forbidden Fruit" (2015)
  • Sergey Babkin "Muzasfera" (2018)
  • Panama (Igor Grigoriev) - "Saints" (2018)
  • Tatiana Alyoshina "How we flew on a balloon" (2013)

Music for films[edit]

  • Lessons of Auschwitz (dir. Denis Semionov, Webby Award 2020[1])
  • The Sheep Islands (2015)[2]
  • Sounds of Vladivostok (2017)
  • Sounds of Vladivostok (theremin party) (2017)[3] (Russia - Cyprus, directed and composed by Marios Elia)
  • VITEBSK ART SCHOOL for at the Centre Pompidou (Paris) and Jewish Museum, (New York) (2018)
  • Valse de Vladimir (2018) (France, directed by Matthew Martin)
  • Lessons of Auschwitz ( 2020) VR film
  • "Participation" (2021)
  • Theremin Party for the VR game M1n0t0r (France-Russia) (2021)


  • Laureate of the International Film Festival "Fathers and Children" in the nomination "film music" (2017)
  • Special grant for teachers from the television contest "Blue Bird"
  • Silver medal of the British award Creativepool for music for the film "Lessons of Auschwitz" (2020)
  • Bronze of the American Clio Awards (English) rus. 2021 for the music for the film "Lessons of Auschwitz".

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Lessons of Auschwitz: Volumetric VR illustration tribute by school students". Webby Award. Retrieved 1 November 2020.
  2. ^ "Peter Theremin at IMDb". IMDb. Retrieved 16 March 2021.

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