Biography

 

"He begins the program and <…> magic happens. He plays brilliantly his repertoire, alternating depth with elegance, sensuality with power.”
Le Berry Républicain

 "Une vraie découverte pour le public"

La Provence

"...His talent of a musician and of an artist is a very rare one

because he possesses both of an artistic nerve

and of scenic nobility at the same time”
Prof. Rena Shereshevskaya

Laureate of international piano competitions, notably the sixth prize-winner of the Queen Elisabeth Competition 2021, Dmitry Sin is a pianist who “literally lives every note he plays”, praised by the critics for his “original and profound interpretations”, “rich sound palette” and “extraordinary musical sensitivity” (RTDF, La Libre, La Provence).

Dmitry Sin was born in Khabarovsk, Russian Far East, and started music lessons at the age of 6. At the age of 14 during his concert tour in Moscow Dmitry was admitted to the Moscow Gnessin Special School (College) of Music for gifted children and continued his education in a class of Elena Plyashkevich. A crucial meaning for his future had Kabalevsky Competition in Moscow (2012), where he met his current mentor Prof. Rena Shereshevskaya. Having found out great potential of the young pianist, Prof. Shereshevskaya invited Dmitry to her class at École Normale de Musique de Paris Alfred Cortot. After 4 years of studies under the full scholarship, Dmitry obtained a Concert Diploma (Diplôme Supérieur de Concertiste) in 2018 and is currently working with Prof. Shereshevskaya at the postgraduate level.

As a laureate of international festivals and competitions (6th prize at the Queen Elisabeth Competition 2021 as the latest), Dmitry is giving concerts all over the world. He has collaborated with the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, the Youth Symphony Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theatre, the Symphony Orchestra of the MIA of Russia, Toulon Opera Symphonic Orchestra, the Pasdeloup Orchestra, Orchestre de Cannes Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur, Belgian National Orchestra, Royal Chamber Orchestra of Wallonia under such conductors as Dmitry Orlov, Zaurbek Gugkaev, Igor Levandovsky, Ami Flammer, Pierre Walter, Benjamin Levy, Hugh Wolff, Frank Braley.

​Dmitry Sin has been invited to such festivals as La Roque d'Anthéron International Piano Festival, Pianoscope Festival, Chopin Festival in Nohant, Les Pianos Folies, Liszt en Provence to list some of them. Dmitry is a Scholar of the International Vladimir Spivakov Foundation, in 2011 he won the Moscow Government Prize, during 2011-2013 he was a scholar of the Moscow Government and in 2013 a scholar of the President of Russia.

Dmitry’s repertoire includes various styles from Baroque to the 21st century, whereas the central place is devoted to the romantic era, particularly to the genius of Sergey Rachmaninov.