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London Symphony Orchestra

Photo: © LSO | Mark Allan “The dark plangency of tonal colours which Slobodeniouk found not only here but elsewhere was quite remarkable.” Alexander Hall, Bachtrack

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Washington National Symphony Orchestra

“In both works the Russian-born Finnish conductor had the NSO sounding supremely confident and unified.” Charles T. Downey, Washington Classical Review “And the finale was a fine example of teamwork between conductor and soloist, Bronfman and Slobodeniouk drawing its allegretto...

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New York Philharmonic

“This was a powerful, often thrilling performance, with Slobodeniouk assuredly guiding all the enormous changes in volume, energy, and mood.” George Grella, New York Classical Review

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Munich Philharmonic

“Dima Slobodeniouk, who stood in for Semyon Bychkov, demonstrated a very precise and calm organizing hand, never allowing himself to be tempted by the sometimes exuberant nature of this symphony to push things. The Philharmonic thanked him with...

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Tanglewood Music Festival

“One can only assume that players from both orchestras love working with Slobodeniouk, just because they play so well for him. They obviously trust him, and when it comes to playing Sibelius, it doesn’t hurt that Slobodeniouk studied...

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Tanglewood Music Festival

“Capping the evening on a triumphant note, Slobodeniouk led a sensuous, seductive and propulsive Suite No. 2 from Ravel’s “Daphnis et Chloe” ballet. Again, the orchestra’s performance was exemplar” Clarence Fanto, The Berkshire Eagle

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Munich Philharmonic

“Dima Slobodeniouk is a master of this irregular dance and still manages to radiate a relaxed air. What’s more, not only are the invitingly large movements of his long arms easy to follow, he also has the tactical...

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Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte Carlo (debut)

“Dima Slobodeniouk leads the O.P.M.C. in a magnificent and stimulating performance of Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 1 “Winter Dreams”. The colourful and perfectly synchronised sound of all the instruments is impressive.” Carlo Schreiber, Crescendo Magazine

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Critical acclaim: New York Philharmonic debut

“Slobodeniouk had one of the most auspicious Philharmonic debuts of recent years, leading the orchestra in a Shostakovich concerto played with glittering brightness and a stylish, colorful and exuberant account of the Tchaikovsky.” New York Times

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Beethoven with the Houston Symphony

“The new year is not even a month old and the orchestra has already lodged one brilliant Beethoven performance, courtesy of guest conductor Dima Slobodeniouk. The Moscow native set a high bar Thursday night with a sensitive, athletic...

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