Born in Moscow, Dmitry Sinkovsky attended the Tchaikovsky Conservatory while studying with
Professor Alexander Kirov from 2001 to 2005. Between his studies and tours to Europe, Mr.
Sinkovsky also undertook Baroque violin lessons with early music pioneer Maria Leonhardt.
He is regularly invited to lead and perform as a soloist with ensembles such as Il
Complesso Barocco, Concerto Köln, Helsinki Baroque Orchestra, Armonia Atenea, Musica
Petropolitana, Pratum Integrum, Barocksolisten München, Collegium Marianum, Le Concert
Lorrain, Musica Antiqua Roma, Capriola di Gioia, and Harmony of Nations Baroque
A laureate of various international competitions, Mr. Sinkovsky won first prize at the
2011 Georg Philipp Telemann Violin Competition in Magdeburg, Germany; first prize, audience
prize, and the media prize at the 2008 Musica Antiqua competition in Belgium; and the
Romanus Weichlein prize at the H.I.F. von Biber competition in Austria.
In September 2009, Mr. Sinkovsky had the honor of being invited by the Dutch Jumpstart Jr.
Foundation to audition before an international jury at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw. As a
result, he was chosen as the recipient of an original Francesco Ruggeri violin made in
Cremona in 1675, presented to him to perform on for a number of years.
A gifted countertenor, Mr. Sinkovsky also studied voice with Michael Chance in The Hague,
Marie Daveluy in Montreal, and Jana Ivanilova in Moscow. He regularly performs as a
countertenor soloist. After finishing his postgraduate studies, he completed a chamber
music course with Professor Alexei Lubimov at the Moscow State Conservatory P. I.
Tchaikovsky. In 2011, Mr. Sinkovsky established La Voce Instrumentale ensemble, which he
conducts and performs with as a singer. He has also performed as a member of Il Giardino
Armonico with Cecilia Bartoli.