A renaissance man and a magnetic creative force, Dmitry Sitkovetsky has made a considerable impact on every aspect of musical life and has been successful as a performer, creator and facilitator for over four decades.
His enviable career as a violin soloist is documented in several dozen recordings of all major concertos and a wide selection of chamber repertoire.
The same agenda of returning classical music into the realm of cultural relevance is at the heart of Dmitry Sitkovetsky’s collaborations with star dancers, writers, and actors. Dmirty Sitkovetsky enjoys mentoring outstanding young artists as a way of carrying the classical music legacy forward.
As a conductor, Dmitry Sitkovetsky has held artistic leadership positions with the Ulster Orchestra, the Russian State Orchestra, and Orquesta Sinfonica de Castilla y Leon. In 1990, he founded the New European Strings orchestra (NES), bringing together the most distinguished string players from the top European ensembles for special touring and recording projects.