Sergey Fedoseyev is an Associate Professor of Opera Training at the Saint Petersburg State Conservatoire named after Rimsky-Korsakov.
Sergey graduated from the Glinka Choir School and the Conservatoire, specializing in choral conducting and opera and symphony conducting. Since 2008 Sergei has been a conductor of the Opera and Ballet Theatre of the Saint Petersburg Conservatory. His repertoire includes such world classical masterpieces as G. Verdi’s ‘La Traviata’, Tchaikovsky’s ‘Eugene Onegin’ and ‘Swan Lake’, Mozart’s ‘Così fan Tutte’ and others.
In addition, Sergei is a conductor of the All-Russian project of young opera singers ‘Debut’ and the Competition of vocalists-graduates of music universities of Russia, international competitions, including the competition of opera singers ‘Saint Petersburg’ and the competition of wind instrument performers named after N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov. He also acted as a Conductor-Director of the opera by J. Offenbach ‘The Beautiful’ and ‘La Belle Hélène’, Tchaikovsky’s ballet ‘The Nutcracker’.
Sergey performs in the Great and Small Halls of the Saint Petersburg Philharmonic, the halls of the Saint Petersburg Conservatory, the Academic Capella, and other concert halls. He has toured in Switzerland, notably to Zurich at the Tonhalle Grand Hall and to Bern with the Klangforum Schweiz Orchestra, and has collaborated with the choir and orchestra of the Academic Capella of Saint Petersburg, the Milan Conservatoire (premieres of O. Respighi’s ‘Sleeping Beauty in the Forest’ and U. Giordano’s Siberia, Verdi Hall) and the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra.