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"Virtuosity, finesse, expression, imagination: Dmitry Sinkovsky has it all!" wrote the French newspaper "Le Monde". Dmitry Sinkovsky combines Russian virtuosity and Italian vocal ability. As a conductor, violinist and countertenor, he captivates audiences all over the world.

La Voce Strumentale
La Voce Strumentale © Mudra László

In 2011, Dmitry founded his own period instrument ensemble, La Voce Strumentale. Together they have released two CDs to date and perform together at international festivals and concert halls throughout Europe. The sound of La Voce Strumentale is polished and balanced. A truly great string group, each of them could act as a concertino.

The winner of major European competitions, he began his stellar career in the most prestigious early music ensembles, such as Il Giardino Armonico, Il Complesso Barocco, Il Pomo D'Oro, Musica Petropolitana and Accademia Bizantina. In addition to his achievements in the field of Baroque music, Dmitry is active as a classical violinist and conductor. Dmitry is equally passionate about choral music. His conducting career began in 2012/13 and since then he has been a sought-after conductor with performances in Europe, Russia, Asia, Australia and North America. In 2018, he was Resident Conductor of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, where he has been a regular guest since 2015/16.

Chamber music with the ensemble "La Voce Strumentale"

Performed works:

Georg Philipp Telemann
Concerto grosso für Violine, Streicher und Generalbass B-Dur TWV 51:B1

Nicola Porpora
Semiramis, Queen of Assyria: 'Come nave in ria tempesta', Arie des Nino

Julia Lezhneva Sopran

Carl Heinrich Graun
Coriolanus: "Without you, my good", Arie der Volumnia

Julia Lezhneva Sopran

Antonio Vivaldi
Concerto für Laute, zwei Violinen und Basso continuo D-Dur RV 93

Luca Pianca Laute

Antonio Vivaldi
Bajazet, Opernpasticcio RV 703: Arias 'Bride, I am despised'

Julia Lezhneva Sopran

Antonio Vivaldi
Griselda RV 718: "Agitata da due venti", Arie der Costanza

Julia Lezhneva Sopran

Johann Adolf Hasse
Adagio und Fuge g-Moll für Streicher und Basso continuo

Antonio Vivaldi
"Zeffiretti, che sussurrate. Arie der Ippolita aus der Oper Ercole sul Termodonte RV 710

Julia Lezhneva Sopran, Luca Pianca Laute

Georg Friedrich Händel
The Triumph of Time and Disenchantment HWV 46a: Arias "An Enemy Thought of Peace"

Julia Lezhneva Sopran

Antonio Vivaldi
Concerto für Violine, Streicher und Basso continuo d-Moll RV 242

Carl Heinrich Graun
Silla: "No, no, di Libia fra l'arene", Arie des Silla

Julia Lezhneva Sopran

Georg Friedrich Händel
Alessandro HWV 21: "Brilla nell'alma", Arie der Rossane

Julia Lezhneva Sopran

Instrumental Voice

  • Dmitry Sinkovsky, violin and conducting
  • Julia Lezhneva, soprano
  • Luca Pianca, lute

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Participating artists
Carl Heinrich Graun (Komponist/in)
Johann Adolf Hasse (Komponist/in)
Georg Friedrich Händel (Komponist/in)
Nicola Porpora (Komponist/in)
Georg Philipp Telemann (Komponist/in)
Antonio Vivaldi (Komponist/in)
Dmitry Sinkovsky
La Voce Strumentale
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Datum
Philharmonie Berlin – Kammermusiksaal