Sergey Didorenko - Violine


was born  in Dnjepropetrovsk, Ukraine in 1967 in a family of musicians and violinists and visited  the local music school already as a young boy. He  played his first concert with the Ukraine State Symphony Orchestra at the age of eleven and thereafter performed with the orchestra every year. At the age of 14 he went to Moscow to study at the Tchaikovsky-Conservatory  in a class for gifted talent and achieved his diploma with honour there in 1985. Hereafter he worked as a soloist and concertmaster in several Russian Chamber Orchestras in and in the Russian State Cinema-Orchestra.
In 1995 he decided to go to Germany – not only working as a classical musician he published a  philosophical study on Wladimir Solowjew and started to work intensly with german Jazzmusicians – in his production “The 5 Seasons”, which is extremely popular in Germany, he realized his ideas of combining classical music and Jazz on highest level. His most known composition is the Jazz-Fantasy “Grooving Carmen” after themes of Georges Bizet, which was performed and recorded on the Bavarian Music Festival with highest success.
Sergey Didorenko is a permanent member of the Chamber Philharmonia Cologne since 2006 and is widely demanded as a soloist as well in the Classical sector as in modern music and Jazz.