HarrisonParrott welcomes Russian violinist Sergei Dogadin to its roster for worldwide general management
HarrisonParrott is delighted to welcome Russian violinist Sergei Dogadin to its roster for worldwide general management.
Winner of the latest International Tchaikovsky Competition, as well as multiple other major violin contests, Dogadin impresses audiences with his musicality, charisma and the dynamism of his performances.
His recent success in Moscow has led to a closer collaboration with Valery Gergiev and The Mariinsky Orchestra, as well as invitations to perform with orchestras such as Chicago Symphony with Edo de Waart, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra with Vasily Petrenko, and Orchestre de la Suisse Romande with Jonathan Nott. In the near future he will also appear at major European festivals, including Grafenegg, where he returns following his successful debut in 2019, Rheingau Musik, Kissinger Sommer and Arts Square Festival in St Petersburg.
Having already performed with all the major orchestras in Russia, Dogadin continues to develop his long-standing relationship with St Petersburg Philharmonic and Yuri Temirkanov, with whom he performs on various occasions in 2019/20.
Apart from concerto repertoire, Dogadin is passionate about chamber music, and collaborates regularly with internationally renowned musicians such as Daniil Trifonov, Narek Hakhnazaryan, Denis Matsuev, David Geringas, Elisabeth Leonskaja, Alexander Knyazev and Maxim Rysanov.
Jasper Parrott said, “I’m very happy to welcome Sergei to the HP family of distinguished artists. We were very impressed by what we heard in Moscow this past summer, and it was evident that his virtuosity and artistry are complemented by a deep engagement and appetite for music. We look forward very much to our cooperation and to providing our very committed support for a long and satisfying career at the highest level.”