Dmytro Udovychenko

All prize winners
2nd Prize
Date of birth 1999/06/01
Promoted by EMCY, International Music Festival ‘Allegretto Žilina’

Dmytro Udovychenko was born on June 1, 1999 in Kharkiv (Ukraine). He has been studying music since he was 5 years old. At the age of 6, Dmytro has begun his studies at the Kharkiv Specialized Musical boarding school, where he currently follows a violin program under the supervision of Ludmila Varenina. Dmytro is award winner of the following international music competitions:

  • First Open Violin Competition moderated by People’s Artist Tatiana Grindenko as part of the XVth International Festival “Music Is Our Common Home”. First Prize
  • International Competition of Young Performers «Art of the XXI-st century» (Kyiv-Vorzel, April 2009). First Prize
  • VIIIth International M.G. Erdenko Violin Competition (Russian Federation, 2010). Second Prize
  • Xth International Competition «Accords of Khortytsa» (Zaporizhia, Ukraine, March 2010). First Prize
  • XVIIIth International Music Festival «Visiting Aivazovsky» (Feodosia, July 2011) Grand Prix.
  • The IIId International Leopold Auer Violin And String Quartets Competition (St.Peterburg. Oct. 2015). First Prize
  • The IIId Leonid Kogan Violin and cello Competition. (March 2016) Grand Prix.
  • The V International Jascha Heifetz Competition for Violinists. (Vilnius, Lithuania. February, 2017) Second Prize and EMCY Prize.

Dmytro performed with the following orchestras: «Virtuosos of Moscow» conducted by Vladimir Spivakov (Moscow), Kharkiv Regional Philharmonic Orchestra, Youth Symphonic Orchestra (Kharkiv), and many others orchestras of Ukraine, Germany, Lithuania.

In 2014 Dmytro was invited by Yury Bashmet to perform at the international festival Elba Isola Musicale D’Europa. In 2012 and 2014, at the invitation of Vladimir Spivakov, Dmytro performed in the Grand Hall of the International Music House during the opening ceremony of the “Moscow Welcomes Friends” International Festival, accompanied by Virtuosos of Moscow» (conducted by Vladimir Spivakov).

Dmytro has also recorded a number of performances at the National Recording House (Kyiv).

In addition, Dmytro participated in the master-classes of the following professors: Boris Garlitsky (Paris), Dmitry Sitkovetsky (London), Sergey Ostrovsky (Geneve- Neuchatel), Nataliya Boyarskaya (London), Olga Parkhomenko (Helsinki), etc.

Dmytro is currently studying with professor Boris Garlitsky (Folkwang Universität der Künste, Essen, Germany).

If you are interested in working with Dmytro, please get in touch with the EMCY Office.



Bach, Sonata No. 1 g-moll for violin solo (Adagio and Fuga, Siciliana and Presto)
Bach, Sonata No. 2 a-moll for violin solo (Grave and Fuga, Andante and Allegro)
Bach, Partita No. 3 E-Dur for violin solo (Preludio, Loure, Gavotte en Rondeaux, Menuet, Bouree)
Bartok, Romanian Folk Dances
Bruch, Concerto No. 1
Bazzini, La Ronde des Lutins, Op. 25
Chausson, Poeme for violin and orchestra
Elgar, Salut d’Amour
Elgar, La capricieuse, Op.17
Glazunov, Antract (Raymonda)
Glazunov, Grand Adagio (Raimonda)
Kreisler, Poldini Dancing Doll
Kreisler, Tambourin Chinois
Kreisler, Pugniani – Preludium and Allegro
Kroll, Banjo and Fidlle
Lalo, Symphonie Espagnole
Martinu, 7 Arabesques (Nr 4, 5)
Massenet, Meditation (from Thais)
Mozart, Concerto No. 1
Mozart, Concerto No. 3
Mozart, Concerto No. 5
Paganini, Caprice No. 4, 5, 24
Prokofiev, Sonata for Two Violins Op 56
Ponce, Estrellita
Ravel, Sonate for violin and piano No. 2
Skoryk, Caprice for violin solo
Schumann, Violin Sonata No. 1, Op. 105
Schubert, Rondo Brilliant in B Minor
Saint-Saens, Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso
Vieuxtemps, Tarantella
Vivaldi, Concerto L’Inverno’ (f minor)
Ysaye, Sonata No.1 for Solo Violin
Wagner, Albumblatt
Waxman, Carmen Fantasy
Wieniawski, Polonaise D-Dur
Wieniawski, Variations on an Original Theme
Wieniawski, Alla Saltarella
Wieniawski, Études-Caprices 7 “La Cadenza” (op. 10)

With Orchestra

Glazunov, Violin concerto for violin and orchestra
Mendelssohn concert e-moll for violin and orchestra
Prokofiev, Violin concerto No.2
Tchaikovsky, Violin concerto for violin and orchestra
Vieuxtemps, Violin concert No. 5 for violin and orchestra
Wieniawski, concerto No. 2 for violin and orchestra
Wieniawski, concerto No. 2 for violin and orchestra

With Piano

Brahms, Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op. 115
Brahms, Piano Quartet No. 3 in C Minor, Op. 60
Fauré, Piano Quartet No. 2 Op. 45
Shostakovich, String Quartet No. 8
Shostakovich, 5 Pieces for 2 Violins and Piano


Mendelssohn violin concert e-moll 1 mvt.
5th International Jascha Heifetz competition, Vilnius