Logvin Dmitry

Conductor

Dmitry Logvin is the conductor and art-director of the Chamber Orchestra “Vremena Goda”, the Artistic Director of the International Festival of Music Art “Music without Limits”.

The founder (together with his father, People’s Artist of Ukraine Garry Logvin) and conductor (from 1993), artistic director (from 2001) of the Chamber Orchestra “Vremena Goda”.

D. Logvin conducted symphony and chamber orchestras of Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Israel, Great Britain, and Switzerland.

The orchestras under his guidance performed more than 300 concerts including works of J.S. Bach, W. A. Mozart,
J. Haydn, A. Vivaldi, P. Tchaikovsky, D. Bortniansky, D. Shostakovich, I. Stravinsky, A. Schnittke and other composers of world classics as well as modern authors.

A lot of famous musicians performed under the guidance of D. Logvin: pianists V. Krainev,
K. Nemyrovich-Danchenko (Russia), J. Zilberquit (USA), V. Viardo (USA), Vag Papian (Israel), A. Romanovsky (Italy),
I. Tchetuev (Germany); cellists K. Georgiyan (Great Britain), D. Severin (Switzerland), J. Pernoo (France); clarinettists
D. Ashkenazi (Switzerland), Alex and Daniel Gurfinkel (Israel); violinists F. Pelassi, D. Chaussard, A. Soumm (France),
A. Bielow (Germany), B. Brovtsyn (Great Britain); French horn player B. Moulin (France), trumpet player Otto Sauter (Germany); soloists of the “Moscow Virtuosos” Orchestra M. Millman, A. Futer, O. Utkin; the famous Ukrainian tenor A. Solovianenko.

People’s Artist of the USSR, Laureate of T. Shevchenko State Prize N. Surzhina, People’s Artist of Russia A. Malinin and People’s Artist of Russia I. Butman have also performed as soloists under the guidance of Dmitry Logvin.

2009-2011 D. Logvin worked as the chief conductor of the National Chamber Ensemble of Ukraine “Kyiv Soloists”.

In 2010 a remarkable concert of a grand symphony orchestra and the world rock legend, one of the founders of Deep Purple, Jon Lord, took place under the guidance of D. Logvin in Kyiv.

In 2016 Dmitry Logvin conducted the first Ukrainian performance of Bachianas Brasileiras No3 by H. Villa-Lobos with Symphony Orchestra FESTIVAL and Rector of M. Glinka Conservatoire of Dnipropetrovsk Yurii Novikov as a soloist.

Charisma for a person working in art is rather a rule than a requirement. In case of Dmitry Logvin, this is talent. This is the talent mixed with professionalism and love to work that has been helping him to be the director and conductor of the first private chamber orchestra “The Four Seasons” in Ukraine for 21 year and to be the Executive Director of PinchukArtCentre from the day of of its foundation.

Equipage #12, june-august 2014