Dmitry Malkin

Born in 1976 in Kharkov, Ukraine, Malkin Started his musical studies at the age of four, playing the piano. By the age of 13 he preformed the Marcello oboe concerto with Kharkov Philharmonic Orchestra. Malkin has received his Bachelor of Music degree studying with George Haas at Jerusalem Music Academy, after which he completed a Master Degree in Orchestral Performance in New York from Manhattan School of Music with Joseph Robinson who was a principal oboist of New York Philharmonic.  A recipient of the American-Israel Cultural Foundation scholarship since 1993, he had played with notable orchestras, including The  New York Philharmonic Orchestra, The Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, New York City Ballet, The American Symphony Orchestra, The Brooklyn Philharmonic, The Jerusalem Symphonic Orchestra, IBA, The  Israel Camerata and many other orchestras. Malkin has participated in Verbier Music Festival in 2004 and 2005 where he played under James Levine, Valery Gergiev, Christoph von Dohnany and Charles Dutoit. Malkin preformed extensively throughout Europe, Asia, and North and South America as a part of Verbier Symphony and Chamber Orchestras, together with which he has played with renowned artists such as Rene Fleming, Maxim Vengerov, Vadim Repin, Joshua Bell, Mikhail Pletnev and many others.
Malkin recorded as a soloist and a principal oboist a CD on EMI with violinist Maxim Vengerov. From 2006 until 2010 Malkin was working as a principal oboist in HPAC Symphony Orchestra in Kobe, Japan. In 2011 Dmitry was appointed as a principal oboe of Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra in Osaka, Japan.