Dmitry Sinkovsky: The Singing Violin

Dmitry Sinkovsky


He sings. He bows. He disrupts.

Dmitry will snatch you from your seat and deposit you inside gilded walls and ceiling frescoes. He’ll show you corsets and waistcoats. Plunging necklines and lace jabots. Royalty and aristocracy. Opulence and grandeur. Drama, tension, exuberance and extravagance.

And he’ll do it effortlessly. As if there is no distinction between him and his violin. He is the music and the music is him – unafraid, uninterrupted, flawless.

To watch Dmitry perform is to see the two, equally impressive sides of his personality emerge – the virtuoso violinist and the emotional countertenor.

Presented bv Australian Brandenburg Orchestra


Francesco Geminiani
Concerto grosso No.12 in D minor La Follia

Georg Philipp Telemann
Concerto for 3 Violins in F, TWV 53:F1

George Frideric Handel
Passacaglia from Sonata in G major HWV 399 Op. 5 No. 4

Antonio Vivaldi
‘Longe mala, umbrae, terrors’ RV 629

Pietro Locatelli
Concerto grosso ‘Il Pianto d`Arianna’ Op. 7 No. 6

Antonio Vivaldi
Concerto à 10 stromenti in D, RV562a, per la Solennità di San Lorenzo


Australian Brandenburg Orchestra
Dmitry Sinkovsky


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