He recreates a poetic beauty thanks to the logic of his phrasing, his brilliant strokes, captivating rhythmic alternations, structured and clear approach to form and elegant dynamics.
Lauded for his creative, intelligent and ambitious artistic leadership, Mark Kadin is Music Director of the Querétaro Philharmonic Orchestra in Mexico. His previous positions include Chief Conductor of the Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra 2017-2023, Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of the Krasnoyarsk Symphony Orchestra 2004-2014, Principal Guest Conductor of the Lithuanian National Musical Theatre in Klaipeda 2015-2017, Resident Conductor of the Russian National Orchestra 1997-2004, the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra 1994-2004 and the Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra 1999-2003.
He has worked with many orchestras in Europe, Asia, South America, Australia, New Zealand (including orchestras in Roma, Singapore, Brisbane, Mexico City, Istanbul, Copenhagen, London, Moscow, Seoul, Bratislava, Sofia and others) and has collaborated with top artists such as Maxim Vengerov, Vadim Repin, Dmitry Khvorostovsky, Sumi Jo, Mikhail Pletnev, Viktor Tretyakov, Simon Trpčeski, Hibla Gerzmava, Alexei Volodin, Nikolay Lugansky, Kristof Barati, Alena Baeva, Lucas Genushas, Rafael Aguirre, Johan Dalene and many others.
2022 NATIONAL AWARD CRYSTAL LYRA
For achievements in the performing art
2019 GREAT AWARD OF THE BULGARIAN NATIONAL RADIO
For Creative Contribution to the Development of the BNR Symphony Orchestra
Orquesta Filarmónica de Querétaro
Haydn: Symphony No. 5
Mozart: Symphony No. 5
Beethoven: Symphony No. 5
Schubert: Rosamunde, Ballet Suite No. 2
Grieg: Peer Gynt, Suite No. 2, Op. 55
Shostakovich: Hamlet Suite, Op. 32
Khachaturian: Masquerade Suite
DECEMBER 6 & 13
CHRISTMAS CONCERTS 2023
Mark Kadin is new Music Director of the Querétaro Philharmonic Orchestra
“He likes to do this type of conceptual, thematic, genre-summarizing concerts, with the aim of intriguing the audience and the orchestra in different ways.”
“It sounded somewhat confessional in the conductor's reading - like a personal revelation, a personal pain, but he maintained a good distance, with a sufficiently restrained emotional discipline which produced an even more engaging awareness.”
Prokofiev Symphony No. 5 - Kweekly.bg
“The conductor gave the musicians a lot of freedom. His baton inspired rather than organized and disciplined the players. It produced excellent results in purely orchestral works.”