VASILY PETRENKO

Music Director, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Chief Conductor, European Union Youth Orchestra
Conductor Laureate, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Associate Conductor, Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León

VASILY PETRENKO

Music Director, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Chief Conductor, European Union Youth Orchestra
Conductor Laureate, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Associate Conductor, Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León

VASILY PETRENKO

Music Director, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Chief Conductor, European Union Youth Orchestra
Conductor Laureate, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Associate Conductor, Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León

VASILY PETRENKO

Music Director, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Chief Conductor, European Union Youth Orchestra
Conductor Laureate, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Associate Conductor, Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León

NEWS

Journeys of Discovery: Vasily Petrenko’s 2022/23 Season

Journeys of Discovery: Vasily Petrenko’s 2022/23 Season

Orchestral blockbusters, beguiling symphonic rarities and two performances of Boris Godunov for the Munich Opera Festival stand among the highlights of Vasily Petrenko’s new season. The conductor is set to lead a second series of London concerts as Music Director of...

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RECORDINGS

Elgar - Sea Pictures, The Music Makers


Kathryn Rudge mezzo-soprano
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

Onyx / 2020

CONCERTS

06jan19:00Hong Kong - Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra19:00 Hong Kong Cultural Centre

07jan19:00Hong Kong - Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra19:00 Hong Kong Cultural Centre

13jan19:00Hong Kong - Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra19:00 Hong Kong Cultural Centre

ABOUT

Vasily Petrenko was born in 1976 and started his music education at the St Petersburg Capella Boys Music School – the oldest music school in Russia. He then studied at the St Petersburg Conservatoire and has also participated in masterclasses with such major figures as Ilya Musin, Mariss Jansons, and Yuri Temirkanov. Following considerable success in a number of international conducting competitions including the Fourth Prokofiev Conducting Competition in St Petersburg (2003), First Prize in the Shostakovich Choral Conducting Competition in St Petersburg (1997) and First Prize in the Sixth Cadaques International Conducting Competition in Spain, he was appointed Chief Conductor of the St Petersburg State Academic Symphony Orchestra from 2004 to 2007.
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