top of page

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. 

Decrescendo.net

Mark Kadin’s performances are described as "an enchanting dialogue between the mind and emotions" (Kultura.bg), "musical triumph" (BNR News), "like a personal revelation, with a sufficiently restrained emotional discipline which produced an even more engaging awareness” (Decrescendo.net). 

   

With a long and distinguished career in Eastern Europe, Mark Kadin was Chief Conductor of the Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra until 2023, Music Director of the Krasnoyarsk Symphony Orchestra (2004-2014), Principal Guest Conductor of the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra (1994-2004) and the Lithuanian National Musical Theatre in Klaipeda (2015-2017), Resident Conductor of the Russian National Orchestra (1997-2004) and the Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra (1999-2003). In August 2023 he was appointed Music Director of the Querétaro Philharmonic Orchestra in Mexico. 

  

READ  FULL BIO

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 

Rapsodia-de-la-Orquesta-Filarmonica-de-Queretaro.jpg
378789454_881115270044749_4853875636505209840_n_edited_edited.jpg
bbc3.jpg

News

JUNE 10, 2024
REVIEW:  "...not just a concert, but a transformative experience." Works by Rachmaninov and Gershwin with OFEQ  
MAY 21, 2024
Beethoven's 9th Symphony with the Querétaro Philharmonic: 15-minute standing ovation at a sold out Teatro Metropolitano
APRIL 16, 2024
"Through the Night" on BBC 3: the BNR Symphony Orchestra & Mark Kadin perform works by Rachmaninov

UPCOMING
PERFORMANCES

JUNE 12

Orquesta Filarmónica de Querétaro

  

Britten: "Soirées musicales", Suite of Five Movements from Rossini
Bottesini: Fantasia on themes by Rossini for 2 Double Basses
Bottesini: "Passione Amorosa" for 2 Double Basses
Respighi: Rossiniana Suite 
Tchaikovsky: Capriccio Italien

Piermario Murelli, double bass

Roberto Garrido, double bass

1_edited_edited.jpg

JUNE 20

Orquesta Filarmónica de Querétaro

  

Haydn: Symphony No. 52 
Webern: Langsamer Satz
Mozart: Divertimento in D major
Mozart: A Little Night Music 

Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 6 – Mark Kadin, BNR Symphony Orchestra

21 January 2022, Bulgaria Concert Hall 

Press

“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.”

Kweekly.bg

“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 - Decrescendo.net 

“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.”

Wyborcza.pl

bottom of page