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Dmitry Sinkovsky

Dmitry Sinkovsky is a violinist, singer (countertenor) and conductor, specializing in the performance of baroque music. Graduated from the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory (violin class of Prof. Alexander Kirov) and postgraduate studies at the Moscow Conservatory (class of chamber ensemble of Prof. Alexei Lyubimov). He studied vocals with Michael Chance, Yana Ivanilova and Marie Davalui, conducting with Tomislav Facini at the Zagreb Academy of Music.

Laureate of international violin competitions Premio Bonporti in Rovereto, J. S. Bach in Leipzig, Musica Anrtiqua in Bruges, H. J. F. von Bieber in Austria and H. F. Telemann in Magdeburg.

He has performed as a soloist and conductor with many well-known ensembles, including Il Giardino armonico, Accademia Bizzantina (Italy), Concerto Köln, Ensemble 1700, Bremen Baroque Orchestra (Germany), B`Rock Orchestra (Belgium), Helsinki Baroque Orchestra (Finland) , Arion ensemble (Canada), Seville Baroque Orchestra (Spain), Il Complesso barocco (Netherlands), Klaipeda Chamber Orchestra (Lithuania), Armonia Atenea (Greece), National Orchestra of Spain, MusicAeterna, Musica Petropolitana, Pratum Integrum, Musica Viva, Chamber Novosibirsk Orchestra, Questa Musica, Australian Brandenburg Orchestra. In the 2017/18 season, he was a guest conductor with the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, the Helsinki Baroque Orchestra, the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra, the Il Pomod`oro Ensemble and the B'Rock Orchestra.

In 2014 he became a guest soloist of the Bolshoi Theater of the Russian Federation. In 2015, at the December Evenings festival in Moscow, he soloed in G. B. Pergolesi's Stabat Mater with Yulia Lezhneva. In 2018, he performed the title role in Handel's Lucius Sulla at the Ludwigsburg Festival (Ensemble 1700, conductor Dorothea Oberlinger).

Plays a Cremonese violin by Francesco Ruggieri (1675) provided by the Jumpstart Foundation (Netherlands). Recorded on the French label Naïve. The artist's first album (Per Pisendel) was awarded the Diapason D'Or. He teaches at the Moscow Conservatory (associate professor).

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