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|Salzburg Festival | Lucerne Festival | Verbier Festival | BBC Proms|
|Fritz Kreisler Competition, Vienna|
|EMI Classics | Orfeo | Novalis Diamond | Hänssler Classics | Unison Records |
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Dmitry Sitkovetsky is an artist whose creativity defies categorising. He has built up successful career as a violinist, conductor, arranger, chamber musician & festival director.
Sitkovetsky has performed as a soloist with a number of the world’s leading orchestras including the Berlin, New York and LA Philharmonic Orchestras, Concertgebouw Orchestra, the major London orchestras, NHK, Chicago and Cleveland orchestras. He has performed at a number of high-profile festivals including Salzburg, Lucerne, Edinburgh, Verbier, Istanbul and Mostly Mozart. In 2003, he was appointed Music Director of the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, a position he currently holds with great success.
In the 12/13 season, Sitkovetsky’s engagements represent his diversity and include concerto performances with the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra and Russian Philharmonic; conducting the Zagreb Radio Orchestra, Japan Century Symphony Orchestra as well as the Shanghai and Guangzhou Symphony Orchestras; play/direct engagements with the NDR Hannover Orchestra, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra and the Israel Chamber Orchestra. Later in the season, he performs a recital at the Rome Instituzione Universitaria dei Concerti series (with Roger Vignoles), chamber music in India (Pune and Mumbai), as well as a collection of projects at King’s Place, London – including lectures, recitals and a string trio performance.
Recent engagement highlights included concerto performances with the Concertgebouw Orchestra, Seattle Symphony, Orchestra of the Opera North and conducting the Russian State Orchestra, Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony, China Philharmonic, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Zurich Chamber Orchestra, Festival Strings Lucerne, Tonkünstler Orchestra and the Vaasa City Orchestra as part of the Korsholm Music Festival 30th anniversary.
Born in Baku, Azerbaijan, he grew up in Moscow studying at the Moscow Conservatory and after his emigration in 1977, at the Juilliard School in New York. Since 1987 he has resided in London with his wife and daughter. Follow him on Facebook and on Twitter: @dimasitko
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