La Voce Strumentale

Dmitry Sinkovsky is Artistic Director of La Voce Strumentale, a period instrument ensemble he founded in 2011 which brings together musicians from Europe. LVS focuses on the repertoire of the baroque and classical period, in addition to contemporary music. This unique and remarkable string group includes the winners of various international competitions, and charts new horizons for technical and sound possibilities on gut strings. La Voce Strumentale has established a reputation for possessing a colorful, sharp and charismatic sound. It is a group of very fine chamber music players who have invested significant time into researching historical performance practice. After seven years of working together, this group has created a unique language based on historical temperaments, boundless energy, and impeccable technique.

LVS performs regularly in the most prestigious music venues in Moscow including the Bolshoi Theater and the Moscow and Saint-Petersburg State Philarmonies. The ensemble regularly appears in major European venues such as the Wiener Konzerthaus, Berliner Philarmonie, Gewandhaus Leipzig, Madrid Auditorio Nacional, and the Franz- Lizst academy in Budapest. LVS has appeared in festivals in Rheingau, Halle, Luzern, Sankt-Gallen, Ambroney, Toulouse, Portugal, Holland and Finland.

La Voce Strumentale has frequently performed with Russian soprano Julia Lezhneva. Other soloists regularly working with LVS include Kristina Mkhitaryan, Julia Mazurova, Luca Pianca, Simone Vallerotonda, and Margret Köll. Together with their Music Director Dmitry Sinkovsky, LVS has released two recordings on the French label Naïve Records: Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and Bach in Black.