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Festival Days of high music

Violinist of world renown, musician, constantly representing Russia at international concert venues, public figure.

Dmitri Kogan was born 27 October 1978 in Moscow, in the family of outstanding musicians. From the age of six he began to study the violin at the Central music school at the Moscow Conservatory. He has continued his education at the Academy of the Sibelius in Helsinki.

In 10 years Dmitry first performed with a Symphony orchestra, in fifteen — with the orchestra in the Great hall of the Moscow Conservatory. In 1998 he became a soloist of the Moscow Philharmonic society. The violinist performs in all the major cities of Russia, with the best orchestras of the country.

In 1997 the debut of Dmitry Kogan in the UK and the USA. Since then, Dimitri has been touring extensively in Europe, Asia, America, Australia, the middle East and the far East in the CIS and Baltic countries. Performs solo concerts and leading Symphony orchestras at the elite venues in the world.

Dmitry has a large number of recordings for radio and television in many countries, also on CD and DVD. His repertoire includes almost all the major concertos for violin and orchestra. A special place in the repertoire of the violinist took a cycle of 24 caprices by N. Paganini, long considered unenforceable. In the world Continue reading

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