CONDUCTOR
COMPOSER
SOROKIN
NIKITA
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ABOUT
Official biography

Nikita Sorokin was born in Leningrad in 1990. He graduated from the Saint-Petersburg State Conservatory in 2012 as a musicologist. He worked on Mahler’s symphonies analysis in collaboration with world-renowned Mahler authority Henry-Louis de La Grange. Then he began conducting studies in Conservatoire de Paris with Alain Altinoglu.

conductor

In 2016 he was an assistant conductor of Leonard Slatkin and Orchestre National de Lyon during Tchaikovsky’s symphonies cycle. In 2019 he participated in a Master Class with Tugan Sokhiev and the Toulouse National Capitol Orchestra. In the summer of 2019 he was invited to be an assistant conductor at Bregenz Opera Festival (Austria), where he worked on the staging of Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin together with Valentin Uryupin. He also participated in numerous workshops organized by Ensemble Intercontemporain and Conservatoire de Paris. In 2020 he worked together with Paul Daniel on Rachmaninov’s Symphony No.3 with the Bordeaux National Orchestra.

  • Nikita won All-Russian Conducting Competition which took place in 2019 in Moscow with the Moscow Philharmonic orchestra.
  • In 2021 he was invited to participate in the Donatella Flick Conducting Competition with London Symphony Orchestra.
  • In the summer of 2021 Nikita was a semi-finalist of the International Conducting Competition Rotterdam.

composer

Nikita Sorokin began his composition experiments from the age of 6. He composed several pieces of chamber and choral music, which were mainly performed in such places as Mariinsky Theatre in Saint-Petersburg, The Tchaikovsky National Conservatory in Moscow or Panthéon in Paris or at La Roche-Posay Festival of chamber music.

Nikita Sorokin began his composition experiments from the age of 6. He composed several pieces of chamber and choral music, which were mainly performed in such places as Mariinsky Theatre in Saint-Petersburg, The Tchaikovsky National Conservatory in Moscow or Panthéon in Paris or at La Roche-Posay Festival of chamber music.

Schedule

Bregenz Festival

U. GiordanoSiberia

Bregenz Opera Festival • Assistant conductor of Valentin Uriupin

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Jul.

21

2022

Miscolc Symphony

Verdi, Dvorak, Glinka, Liadov, Borodin, Balakirev

Verdi: La Forza del destino • Dvorak: Violin concerto • Glinka: Summer night in Madrid • Liadov: Kikimora • Borodin: in the steppes of central asia • Balakirev: Islamey, orch. Casella • Miskolc, Hungary • Guest conductor

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Mar.

10

2022

Korea National Opera

G. VerdiLa Traviata

Opera Theater, Seoul Arts Center • Assistant conductor of Sebastian Lang-Lessing

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Dec.

02

2021

Saransk Opera

P. TchaikovskyThe Queen of Spades

Opera Theater, Saransk, Russia • Guest conductor

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Dec.

11

2021

Miskolc Symphony

G. Verdi, A. Dvorak, M. Glinka, A. Liadov, A. Borodin, M. Balakirev

Verdi: La Forza del destino • Dvorak: Violin concerto • Glinka: Summer night in Madrid • Liadov: Kikimora • Borodin: in the steppes of central asia • Balakirev: Islamey, orch. Casella • Miskolc, Hungary • Guest conductor

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Mar.

10

2022

Bregenz Festival

U. GiordanoSiberia

Bregenz Opera Festival • Assistant conductor of Valentin Uriupin

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Jul.

21

2022

My music

See List of works

  • Sonata for oboe and piano

    2004

  • Fugue in C, for piano.

    2005

  • Ultima thule, for a capella choir.

    2006

  • 3 pieces dedicated to Alban Berg, for piano.

    2007

  • Passacaglia, for organ.

    2012

Feel free write to me for any inquiry
E-mail: sorokin@sorokin.cc
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