In a global context it is possible to find musicians who would easily switch from jazz to pop or rock projects, but among Russian bassists Anton Revnyuk is perhaps the most remarkable example. Winner of the international competition of jazz performers Getxo Jazz in Spain, Made In New York Jazz Competition (USA) and Jazz Hoeilaart in Belgium, Anton is equally skilfull as an upright bass player in jazz projects and as an electric bass player in various music styles. As one of the most recorded session bassists, Anton successfully combines his work in the studio with live performances and touring. And the point here is not in the artist's desire to "sit on two chairs", but in versatility, which is combined with the impeccable taste of a delicate accompanist and a brilliant improviser. Anton Revniuk can be heard in the Warsaw Opera with a symphony orchestra and as member of the trio on the stage of the chamber hall in Tokyo, in the rhythm section of the jazz big band and at the stadium playing rock. And no matter what project Anton participates in, this is always a sign of quality, which is trusted by musicians of all genres. Anton Revnyuk collaborated with the brightest artists of our time, such as Michel Legrand, Randy Brekker, Gregory Porter, Eric Marienthal, Paul Bollenback, Craig Handy, Vincent Herring, Ricky Sebastian, Danny Gottlieb, Phillip Harper, Carmen Lundy, Mark Gross, Donnie McCaslin, Adam Rogers , Jalil Shaw, Donald Edwards, Jean Lake, Lew Tabackin, James Spaulding and many others.
During his creative career, Anton has toured in Belgium, Germany, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, France, Holland, Great Britain, Switzerland, USA, Canada, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, India, Poland, Norway, Denmark, Portugal, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia .
The name of Anton Revnyuk is included in the Encyclopedia of Jazz by Vladimir Feertag along with the names of outstanding jazz musicians of the 20th century.