Dmitry Pinchuk

Dmitry Pinchuk

Dmitry Pinchuk, born on December 3, 2005, in Moscow, is an 18-year-old saxophonist with an impressive list of accomplishments. Currently enrolled at the Moscow State College named after F. Chopin under the mentorship of Professor Nikita Zimin, Dmitry has established himself as a rising star in the world of music.

His journey began with a remarkable victory in 2017, when he clinched the Gold Medal in the prestigious international television competition The Nutcracker held in Moscow, Russia.
Dmitry's talent continued to shine as he went on to win the 1st Prize at the IXth International Competition Deutschland in Lübeck in 2019, followed by the Grand Prix at the Berliner International Music Competition the same year.

In 2022, Dmitry emerged as the winner of the Andorra Sax Fest Youth competition, further solidifying his position as a top saxophonist. Notably, Dmitry has participated in the Andorra Sax Fest international competition four times, consistently improving his ranking each year. From being a semi-finalist in 2021 to clinching the 1st prize in 2024, Dmitry's dedication and talent have been evident at every stage of his journey.

In addition to these achievements, Dmitry has also claimed the 1st prize in the international woodwind competition Classic Winds in 2023.
In the same year he won one of the most significant competitions for classical saxophonists is held every 4 years 8th Adolph Sax Competition in Dinant, Belgium, becoming the youngest winner in the history of the competition.

Dmitry's musical prowess transcends borders, and he actively tours, delighting audiences with his captivating performances in Russia, Germany, Switzerland, Holland, and Spain. With his exceptional talent and passion for music, Dmitry Pinchuk continues to inspire and enchant audiences around the world.

Dmitry Pinchuk Glazunov moment