Dimitris Botinis

 Dimitris Botinis – conductor


  • Chief Conductor, North Caucasus Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Assistant Conductor, Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra

Greek conductor Dimitris Botinis is one of the rising stars of the Russian music scene. A winner of the 2006 Antonio Pedrotti International Conducting Competition in Italy where he was awarded all special prizes and joint 2nd prize overall, he was also winner of the 1st All-Russian Music Competition in Moscow in 2011. The same year, at the age of 24, he was appointed Assistant Conductor at the Moscow Philharmonic. In 2015, Botinis was also named Chief Conductor of the North Caucasus Philharmonic Orchestra. He is a regular guest conductor with the major Russian Orchestras, and also has long-term relationships with the Polish Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra in Gdansk and the Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra in his native Greece

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Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Telecast of concert of 19/07/2018, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, Moscow
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra
05:15 Grieg – Peer Gynt Suite no.1
21:30 Sibelius – Valse triste
32:25 Grieg – Piano Concerto (Sergey Tarasov, piano)
01:17:50 Wagner – selection from Tristan & Isolde (Olga Terentyeva, soprano – Mikhail Gubsky, tenor)

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Telecast of concert of 05/03/2018, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, Moscow
North Caucasus Philharmonic Orchestra
04:00 Glinka – Overture, Ruslan and Lyudmila
11:15 Rachmaninov – Piano Concerto no.2 (Sergey Redkin, piano)
58:20 Rachmaninov – Symphony no.1

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Telecast of concert of 01/12/2017, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, Moscow
Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra, Marc-André Hamelin (piano)
04:00 Brahms – Piano Concerto no.1
56:00 Brahms – Piano Concerto no.2

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Dimitris Botinis – List of conducted works (March 2018)

Concert Dates

July - December 2018