Dmytro Logvin

Dmytro Logvin (born March 16, 1967 in Kharkiv, Ukraine) – the conductor and the art director of the chamber orchestra “Four Seasons” (in Ukrainian “Pory Roku”), the chief conductor of the National Chamber Ensemble of Ukraine “Kyiv Soloists” (2009-2011), honoured art worker of Ukraine (2006).

He studied in the Music Academy of Dniprodzerdzhinsk, Ukraine (1982-1986, a class of clarinet managed by A. Gurfinkel), then he continued his studies attending master classes and rehearsals of well-known Russian and Ukrainian conductors. In 1997 he completed the master class with a specialization “Opera and symphony conducting” in the class of A. Vlasenko, the Professor, people’s artist of Ukraine. In 2003 Dmytro Logvin graduated from Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts with a specialization in “Conductor of chamber orchestra, teacher” and “Show biz manager”.

Together with his father Garry Logvin, the people’s artist of Ukraine he founded and conducted (since 1993) and then as of 2001 Dmytro became the Art Director of “Four Seasons” chamber orchestra.

Dmytro Logvin conducted Russian Symphony Orchestra (Moscow), Symphony Orchestra of Kyiv Children Music Theatre, National Academic Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, National Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra, State Academic Popular and Symphonic Orchestra of Ukraine, Lviv Academic Symphony Orchestra, Ashdod Symphonic Orchestra (Israel), State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Kazakhstan, London Festival Ensemble (UK).

The orchestras conducted by Dmytro Logvin performed about 300 concerts with the compositions by I.S. Bach, W.A. Mozart, J. Haydn, A.Vivaldi, E. Grieg, P. Tchaikovskiy, D. Bortnyanskiy, D. Shostakovich, I. Stravinskiy, A. Schnittke and by other composers of world and Ukrainian classical music as well as by some modern authors.

Dmytro Logvin conducted in Moscow, London, Kyiv, Dnepropetrovsk, Zaporizhya, Uzhgorod, Lviv and in other cities of Ukraine. He is a permanent participant in the International Festival “Vladimir Kraynev is Inviting”.

Many musicians performed with the orchestras led by Dmytro Logvin,  pianists V.Kraynev, K.Nemirovich-Danchenko (Russia), G. Silberquit (USA), W. Viardo (USA), Vag Papyan (Israeli pianist and conductor), A. Romanovskiy, I. Chetuyev; cello players K.Georgiyan (UK), D.Severin (Switzerland), clarinettists D. Ashkenazi (Switzerland), Alex and Daniel Gurfinkel (Israel), violinists F.Pelyassi, D. Shossar (France); cor player B.Mulin (France); lead singers of the orchestra “Virtuosos of Moscow” M. Millman, A. Futer, O.Utkin; famous Ukrainian tenor A.Solovyanenko.

The soloists in the concerts were also N. Surzhina, USSR people’s artist, laureate of T.Shevchenko state prize, A.Malinin, people’s artist of Russia, I.Butman, people’s artist of Russia.

In 2010 you could enjoy the concert of the large symphony orchestra under the conduct of Dmytro Logvin and Jon Lord, the world rock legend, one of the founders of  Deep Purple.

As a conductor Dmytro Logvin featured in two music films: “Serenade” (1993), “Divertissement” (1995); two CDs “Spring” (1997), “Winter” (2005), 1st International Festival “ASM” (DVD) in Kyiv (2009).

 

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