Stanislav Golovin has performed as a solo, chamber and orchestral musician throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. Mr. Golovin is on faculty at The University of Akron and the Cleveland Institute of Music’s Preparatory Division. He is a member of Solaris Woodwind Quintet. Stanislav is a gold medal winner of the prestigious Houston Symphony Ima Hogg Young Artist Competition. He has performed with The Cleveland Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Houston Symphony Orchestra, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Kansas City Symphony, Kansas City Chamber Orchestra, and others. He has played under the baton of Gustavo Dudamel, Franz Welser-Möst, Alan Gilbert, Hans Graf, Marin Alsop, John Williams, Manfred Honeck, David Robertson, Paavo Järvi, Lionel Bringuier, Giancarlo Guerrero, James Gaffigan, Andrew Grams, to name a few.
Stanislav Golovin has won numerous awards and competitions, including the Darius Milhaud Performance Prize Competition, the Wagner College Young Artist Competition, the Tuesday Musical Scholarship Competition (twice), National Young Artist Competition of Uzbekistan (twice), International Jewish Young Artist Competition in Moscow, the Fine Arts Award in Clarinet at Interlochen Arts Academy, and the Cleveland Institute of Music Concerto Competition. In 2020, Stanislav was chosen by the Cleveland Jewish News and Classic Lexus as one of the 12 under 36 young Jewish professionals influencing the future of Northeast Ohio through professional and personal achievements.
Mr. Golovin has presented masterclasses at the Peabody Conservatory, UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, the University of Miami Frost School of Music, UMKC Conservatory, the University of Kansas, University of Washington in Seattle, at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, and others. Stanislav is a co-founder of the Bravissimo Clarinet Academy. Mr. Golovin received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in clarinet performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music and his Doctor of Musical Arts degree in clarinet performance from the UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance. His primary teachers have included Franklin Cohen, Jane Carl, Nathan Williams, and Bahodyr Salikhov.