Dmitry Sin
Russian Federation, °1994
PIANO 2021 : Sixth Prize
Born in Khabarovsk in Eastern Russia, Dmitry Sin trained at the Gnesin Music College in Moscow under Elena Plyashkevich, then at the École Normale de Musique Alfred Cortot in Paris, where he took classes with Rena Shereshevskaya. He won the first prize at the Adilia Alieva International Competition in 2017, and the second prize at the International Dmitry Kabalevsky Competition in the same year and at the Kyungsung International Academy Competition in 2019. Dmitry Sin has shared the stage with orchestras such as the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, the Russian National Youth Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestre Symphonique de l’Opéra de Toulon, the Orchestre Pasdeloup, and the Orchestre de Cannes, under conductors such as Dmitry Orlov, Zaurbek Gugkaev, Ami Flammer, Pierre Walters, and Benjamin Levy. He has performed, among other venues, in La Roque d’Anthéron, at the Pianoscope in Beauvais, at the Nohant Festival Chopin, at the Piano Folies in Le Touquet, and at the Festival Liszt en Provence.


2014 - : Prof. Rena Shereshevskaya
2007 - 2014 : Elena Plyashkevich


2018 - : Classe de Perfectionnement, Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris/A. Cortot
2014 - 2018 : Diplôme Supérieur de Concertiste, Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris/A. Cortot
2007 - 2014 : High school diploma, Moscow Gnessin Special School (College) of Music for gifted children


2019 : Parc du Château de Florans, La Roque d'Anthéron (France), Festival International de Piano de La Roque d'Anthéron
2019 : Palais Jacques Cœur de Bourges, Bourges (France), Nohant Festival Chopin
2019 : Mediencampus Villa Ida, Leipzig (Germany), Blüthner Classics
2019 : Citadelle, Villefranche sur Mer, France, L'Orchestre de Cannes, L'Orchestre de Cannes, Benjamin Levy
2018 : Salle de Fêtes Marcel Pagnol La Roque d'Anthéron (France), Festival International de Piano de La Roque d'Anthéron
2018 : Salle Cortot, Paris (France), Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris/A. Cortot
2017 : Palais des Congrès, Touquet-Paris-Plage (France), Les Pianos Folies du Touquet-Paris-Plage
2017 : Château Saint Estève d'Uchaux, Uchaux (France), 20th Festival "Liszt en Provence"
2016 : Val d'Isère (France), Symphonic Orchestra of the Toulon Opera, Ami Flammer
2016 : Chateau du Marechal de Saxe (France), L'Orchestre Pasdeloup, Pierre Walter


2019 : 2nd Prize, Kyungsung International Piano Academy Competition
2017 : 2nd Prize, Kabalevsky International Piano Competition
2017 : 2nd Prize, International Piano Competition of the Town of Gagny
2017 : 1st Prize and Special Prize, Adilia Alieva International Piano Competition
Final 2021: Dmitry Sin - Rachmaninov
Final 2021: Dmitry Sin - Mantovani
Semi-final 2021: Dmitry Sin - recital - Jodlowski
Semi-final 2021: Dmitry Sin - recital - Schumann
Semi-final 2021: Dmitry Sin - recital - Lyadov
Semi-final 2021: Dmitry Sin - concerto
First round 2021: Dmitry Sin
Final (28/05/2021)
Bruno Mantovani D'un jardin féérique
Sergey Rachmaninov Concerto n. 3 in D minor op. 30
Dmitry Sin, piano
Belgian National Orchestra, dir. Hugh Wolff

Récital (14/05/2021)

Pierre Jodlowski Nocturne
Robert Schumann Concert sans orchestre in F minor op. 14
Anatoly Lyadov Prelude op. 57/1
Dmitry Sin, piano

Concerto (14/05/2021)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Concerto n. 15 in B flat major KV 450
Dmitry Sin, piano
Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie, dir. Frank Braley
First round (06/05/2021)
Joseph Haydn Moderato (Sonata in C minor Hob. XVI:20)
Franz Liszt Grande étude de Paganini n. 6
Aleksandr Skryabin Fantaisie in B minor op. 28
Dmitry Sin, piano
Relive the performances of Violin 2024
The Competition's CD's
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