Cellist Aleksandr Khramouchin died May 13, following a septic shock. Aleksandr Khramoushin was born in 1979 in Minsk into a family of musicians. In 1992 he moved to Belgium and studied at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp with Hans Mannes. During his training, he also benefited from the advice of musicians Janos Starker, Natalia Schakhovskaya, Dmitri Ferschtman and Boris Pergamenschikow.

In 2002, he was a finalist in the International Tchaikovsky Competition. At the age of nineteen, he joined the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra as principal cellist, a position he held until 2019.

As a teacher, he regularly gave masterclasses and he taught at the International Mundi School in Waterloo until 2021. He was married to Belgian pianist Éliane Reyes.

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