Dmitry Yurovsky, the youngest representative of the famous musical dynasty, was born in Moscow in 1979. At the age of six, he began studying cello at the Central Music School at the Moscow State Conservatory. After the family moved to Germany, he continued his studies in the cello class and, at the initial stage of his musical career, performed as a concert cellist both in the orchestra and in ensembles. In April 2003, he began studying conducting at the Hans Eisler School of Music in Berlin.
A subtle perception of opera helped Dmitry Yurovsky achieve success in opera conducting and perform in many famous opera houses in Europe. In previous seasons, he has appeared on the stages of such Italian theaters as Carlo Felice in Genoa, La Fenice in Venice, Massimo in Palermo, Comunal in Bologna, Reggio in Parma (Royal Opera House), and also on the stage of the “National Theater” in Rome (an alternative stationary platform of the Rome Opera). Outside of Italy, he performed on the stages of the Reina Sofia Palace of Arts in Valencia, the Comische Oper and the Deutsche Oper in Berlin, the Bavarian State Opera in Munich, the New Israeli Opera in Tel Aviv, the Municipal Theater in Santiago (Chile), the Opera House in Monte Carlo, the Opera House in Liege (Belgium) and the Royal Flemish Opera in Antwerp and Ghent. Conducted performances at the Wexford Opera Festival in Ireland, as well as in Italy – at the Martin Franca Festival and the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro.
As a symphony conductor, Dmitry Yurovsky has collaborated with such orchestras as the Orchestra of the Teatro La Fenice (Venice), the Orchestra of the Teatro Regio (Turin), the Philharmonica Toscanini Orchestra (Parma), the Orchestra I Pomeriggi Musicali (Milan), the Portuguese Symphony Orchestra (Lisbon), Munich Radio Orchestra, Dresden Philharmonic and Hamburg Symphony Orchestras, Vienna Symphony Orchestra (at the Bregenz Festival), Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra, The Hague Resident Orchestra, RTE Orchestra (Dublin), St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra.
In the summer of 2010, Dmitry Yurovsky made his debut at the Bolshoi Theater of Russia as a conductor on a tour of Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin staged by Dmitry Chernyakov. Under the direction of Dmitry Yurovsky, performances were held in London (Covent Garden) and Madrid (Real Theatre), as well as a concert performance of this opera at the Lucerne Festival. On January 1, 2011, Dmitry Yurovsky took over as chief conductor of the Royal Flemish Opera in Antwerp and Ghent. Since September 2011, Dmitry Yurovsky has also been Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of the Moscow Symphony Orchestra “Russian Philharmonic”.
In the fall of 2015, Dmitry Yurovsky took over as musical director and chief conductor of the Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theatre.