Stanislav was born into a musical family and started playing the flute, cello and piano at the age of 5. In Ylianovsk, Russia, two years later he started his training at the Special Music School, with an emphasis on cello and piano. While studying there, he won several prizes and was selected to participate in a master class given by Mstislav Rostropovich.
From the age of 14 he continued his studies at the Gnesin-College in Moscow, and at the age of 19 he entered the Russian Gnesins Music Academy, where he studied with Prof. Alexander Zagorinsky. While studying there, Stanislav has performed as a soloist with orchestras and has won international prizes. He subsequently obtained a Bachelor's and Master's degree at the Conservatory of Maastricht with Prof. Aleksander Petrash and Prof. Gustav Rivinius.
Stanislav is currently a guest musician in several European orchestras and a member of several chamber music ensembles. In 2015, as a member of the Eurasia Quartet, he won masterclasses at the Storioni competition and was awarded the Henriëtte Hustinx Prize.