Sergey Dogadin was born in September 1988 in a family of musicians. He began playing the violin at the age of 5 under the guidance of the famous teacher L.A. Ivashchenko. In 2012 he graduated from the St. Petersburg Conservatory, where he was a student of the People’s Artist of Russia, Professor V.Yu. Ovcharek (until 2007). Then he continued his studies under the guidance of his father, Honored Artist of Russia, Professor A.S. Dogadin, and also took master classes from Z. Bron, B. Kushnir, Maxim Vengerov and many others. In 2014 he graduated with honors from the Concert Postgraduate School of the Higher School of Music in Cologne (Germany), where he did an internship in the class of Professor Michaela Martin.
From 2013 to 2015, Sergey was an intern at the solo postgraduate course at the University of the Arts in Graz (Austria), Professor Boris Kushnir. Currently, he continues his internship in the class of Professor Boris Kushnir at the Vienna Conservatory.
Dogadin is the winner of ten international competitions, including the International Competition. Andrea Postaccini – Grand Prix, Ι Prize and Special Jury Prize (Italy, 2002), International Competition. N. Paganini – Ι prize (Russia, 2005), the International Competition “ARD” – a special prize of the Bavarian radio (awarded for the first time in the history of the competition), a special prize for the best performance of a Mozart concerto, a special prize for the best performance of a work written for the competition. (Germany, 2009), XIV International Competition. P.I. Tchaikovsky – II prize (I prize was not awarded) and the audience award (Russia, 2011), III International Competition. Yu.I. Yankelevich – Grand Prix (Russia, 2013), 9th International Violin Competition. Josef Joachim in Hannover – 2015st prize (Germany, XNUMX).
Scholarship holder of the Ministry of Culture of Russia, the New Names Foundation, the K. Orbelian International Foundation, the Mozart Society in the city of Dortmund (Germany), laureate of the Y. Temirkanov Prize, the A. Petrov Prize, the St. Petersburg Governor’s Youth Prize, the Prize of the President of Russia.
Has toured to Russia, USA, Japan, Germany, France, Great Britain, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Denmark, China, Poland, Lithuania, Hungary, Ireland, Chile, Latvia, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Romania, Moldova, Estonia and the Netherlands.
Since his debut in 2002 at the Great Hall of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic with the Honored Ensemble of Russia conducted by V. Petrenko, Dogadin has performed on world-famous stages such as the Great Halls of the Berlin, Cologne and Warsaw Philharmonics, the Herkules Hall in Munich, the Hall ” Liederhalle in Stuttgart, Festspielhaus in Baden-Baden, Concertgebouw and Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, Symphony Hall in Osaka, Palacio de Congresos in Madrid, Alte Oper” in Frankfurt, the Kitara Concert Hall in Sapporo, the Tivoli Concert Hall in Copenhagen, the Berwaldhallen Concert Hall in Stockholm, the Bolshoi Theater in Shanghai, the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, the Hall of. Tchaikovsky in Moscow, the Great Hall of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, the Concert Hall of the Mariinsky Theatre.
The violinist has collaborated with such world famous orchestras as the London Philharmonia orchestra, Royal Philharmonic, Berlin symphony orchestra, Budapest symphony orchestra, NDR Radiophilharmonie, Nordic Symphony orchestra, Munich Kammerorchester, Stuttgarter Kammerorchester, Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie, Frankfurter Museum Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra, Polish Chamber Orchestra, “Kremerata Baltica” Chamber Orchestra, Taipei Philharmonic Orchestra, National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia, Mariinsky Theater Orchestra, Honored Orchestra of Russia, Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, national orchestras of Estonia and Latvia, State Orchestra of Russia and other foreign and Russian ensembles.
In 2003, the BBC recorded A. Glazunov’s Violin Concerto performed by S. Dogadin with the Ulster Symphony Orchestra.
Collaborated with outstanding musicians of our time: Y. Temirkanov, V. Gergiev, V. Ashkenazy, V. Spivakov, Y. Simonov, T. Zanderling, A. Checcato, V. Tretyakov, A. Dmitriev, N. Alekseev, D. Matsuev , V. Petrenko, A. Tali, M. Tan, D. Liss, N. Tokarev, M. Tatarnikov, T. Vasilieva, A. Vinnitskaya, D. Trifonov, L. Botstein, A. Rudin, N. Akhnazaryan, V and A. Chernushenko, S. Sondeckis, K. Mazur, K. Griffiths, F. Mastrangelo, M. Nesterovich and many others.
He took part in such famous festivals as “Stars of the White Nights”, “Arts Square”, “Schleswig-Holstein Festival”, “Festival International de Colmar”, “George Enescu festival”, “Baltic sea festival”, “Tivoli festival”, ” Crescendo”, “Vladimir Spivakov Invites”, “Mstislav Rostropovich Festival”, “Music Collection”, “N. Paganini’s Violins in St. Petersburg”, “Musical Olympus”, “Autumn Festival in Baden-Baden”, Oleg Kagan Festival and many others others.
Many of Dogadin’s performances were broadcast by the world’s largest radio and television companies – Mezzo classic (France), the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), BR Klassic and NDR Kultur (Germany), YLE Radio (Finland), NHK (Japan), BBC (Great Britain), Polish Radio , Estonian Radio and Latvian Radio.
In March 2008, Sergei Dogadin’s solo disc was released, which includes works by P. Tchaikovsky, S. Rachmaninov, S. Prokofiev and A. Rosenblatt.
He was honored to play the violins of N. Paganini and J. Strauss.
Currently he plays the violin of the Italian master Giovanni Battista Guadanini (Parma, 1765), loaned to him by Fritz Behrens Stiftung (Hannover, Germany).