Dmitry Matvienko

Danish Aarhus Symphony Orchestra has announced Belarus conductor and Malko-winner Dmitry Matvienko as its new Chief Conductor from august 2024-2027.

Signing a three-year contract with 33-year-old Matvienko will be assigned a pivotal role in Dirigentløftet, a new 4-year national talent development programme for young conductors supported by the Ministry of Culture and led by Aarhus Symphony Orchestra. Matvienko is expected to act as both workshop instructor and part of the Board governing the direction and efforts of the project when it kicks off in 2024.

Dmitry Matvienko is the winner of the 2021 edition of the Malko Competition for Young Conductors with First prize and Audience prize. Previously, he was awarded with the Critics and the Made in Italy prizes at the International Conducting Competition Guido Cantelli.

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