We are delighted to introduce conductor Nikita Sorokin to our roster of artists.
Sorokin has conducted exceptional performances with renowned orchestras such as the National Orchestra of Picardy, the Miskolc Orchestra, the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, the Frankfurt Radio Orchestra, the National Bordeaux Orchestra, and the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, among others.
Sorokin's journey has been enriched by collaborations with some of the world's most celebrated musicians. He served as an assistant to Alain Altinoglu with the Frankfurt Radio Orchestra during their tour to the prestigious Vienna Musikverein. Additionally, he worked with Paul Daniel and the National Bordeaux Orchestra, conducting Rachmaninoff's Third Symphony. Nikita collaborated with Valentin Uryupin and the Vienna Symphony Orchestra at the Bregenz Festival and Sebastian Lang-Lessing at the Seoul Opera for Verdi's "La Traviata." Leonard Slatkin invited him to conduct a cycle of Tchaikovsky's symphonies with the National Orchestra of Lyon.
Nikita achieved acclaim at the All-Russian Conducting Competition with the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra in 2019. He also emerged as a semi-finalist in international conducting competitions in Rotterdam and Seoul in 2021. Sorokin has authored numerous scientific articles on the dramaturgy of Mahler's symphonies, conducting interpretations, and the history of conducting performances. His commitment to understanding and contributing to the world of music deepens his connection to the art.