Sergei Dogadin Austria
After bright successes at the most precious violin competitions Sergei Dogadin acquired international fame as one of the best violinist of his generation.
In 2019 Sergei was awarded First Prize and Golden Medal at the XVI International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. Among his other significant victories such major contents as IX Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition Hannover and Singapore International Violin Competition.
Since making his major debut in 2002 at the St.Petersburg Philharmonie under Vasily Petrenko and the St.Petersburg Philharmonic orchestra, Dogadin has performed with the leading orchestras on world’s most renowned venues. He has collaborated with such prominent conductors as Valery Gergiev, Yury Temirkanov, Vladimir Ashkenazi, Vassily Sinaisky, Vladimir Spivakov, Yuri Bashmet, Manfred Honeck, Andrew Manze, Juanjo Mena, Shlomo Mintz, Thomas Sanderling, Vasily Petrenko, Muhai Tang, Alexander Sladkovsky, Michał Nesterowicz and many others and shared the stage with outstanding musicians like Elisabeth Leonskaja, Viktor Tretiakov, David Geringas, Boris Kuschnir, Denis Matsuev, Daniil Trifonov, Denis Kozhukhin, Pierre Amoyal, Alexander Kniazev, Narek Hakhnazaryan, Maxim Rysanov, Vadim Holodenko, Alexei Ogrintchouk, Boris Andrianov and others.
Dogadin had studied in the most famous and significant musical institutions: at the St.Petersburg Conservatory (Prof. Vladimir Ovcharek), at the International Menuhin Music Academy in Gstaad (Prof. Maxim Vengerov), at the High School of Music in Cologne (Prof. Mihaela Martin), at the University of Music in Graz and at the Music and Arts University in Vienna (Prof. Boris Kuschnir).
Sergei constantly gives masterclasses in South Korea, USA, China, Singapore, Latvia and Azerbaijan. He was invited as a jury member at the 4th Yankelevitch International Violin Competition and Vladimir Spivakov International Violin Competition.
Sergei Dogadin had enjoyed the honor of performing during several festivals on Niccolo Paganini’s and Johann Strauss’s violins.