Dmitry SinSupported by Club 32 donors Elizabeth Clark and Diana McVeagh


November 18, 1994


Second Prize: Neapolitan Masters Piano Competition - International Online Piano Edition (Italy)
Golden Medal with High Distinction: 5th Manhattan International Music Competition (New York, USA)
Second Prize: Kyungsung International Piano Academy and Competition (Busan, South Korea)
First Prize and Special Prize: International Adilia Alieva Piano Competition (Annemasse, France)
Second Prize: 2017 International Piano Competition of the Town of Gagny (Gagny, France)
Special Prize and Laureat: Festival of Romantic Music for Young Musicians of Moscow “Virtuoso" (Moscow, Russia)
Second Prize: The Kabalevsky International Piano Competition and Festival (Moscow, Russia)

Dmitry Sin began studying music from the age of six in his home city of Khabarovsk. At 13, he moved to Moscow where he studied at the Gnessin State Musical College under Elena Plyashkevich. After his success at the Kabalevsky Competition in Moscow in 2012 he was invited to study with Professor Réna Shereshevskaya at École Normale de Musique de Paris ‘Alfred Cortot’, graduating with a Concert Diploma four years later. Dmitry continues to study Professor Shereshevskaya.


In 2018, Dmitry made his debut at the Festival International de Piano de La Roque d’Anthéron in southern France, and has participated in festivals such as Pianoscope, Nohant Festival Chopin, Les Pianos Folies Du Touquet-Paris-Plage and Festival Liszt en Provence. He has performed as a soloist with the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, the Russian National Youth Symphony Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theatre, the Symphony Orchestra of the MIA of Russia, Toulon Opera Symphony Orchestra, the Pasdeloup Orchestra, and the Orchestre de Cannes.


Upcoming Competition Repertoire

Preliminary Round

Johann Sebastian Bach: Toccata in E minor BWV 914
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Fantasia in C Minor K.475
Maurice Ravel: La Valse 
Lindley Evans: Vignette

I. Ile de Feu I

Semifinal Round

Frédéric Chopin: Ballade in F minor No.4 Op.52 

I. Allegro Brillante
II. Scherzo. Molto commodo
III. Quasi variazioni. Andantino De Clara Wieck
IV. Prestissimo possibile

I. Prelude

Final Round

I. Andante
II. Menuet – Trio
III. Finale

I. Lebhaft

II. Innig

III. Mit Humor

IV. Ungeduldig

V. Einfach

VI. Sehr rasch

VII. Nicht schnell

VIII. Frisch

IX. Lebhaft

X. Balladenmäßig – Sehr rasch

XI. Einfach

XII. Mit Humor

XIII. Wild und lustig

XIV. Zart und singend

XV. Frisch – Etwas bewegeter

XVI. Mit gutem Humor

XVII. Wie aus der Ferne

XVIII. Nicht schnell

I. Allegro moderato

II. Lento

III. Allegro molto


V. Mazurka in G major

Lindley Evans: Rhapsody