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[…]This time it was not Marcus Bosch, but the very young Ukrainian Artem Lonhinov, who was allowed to conduct this performance as the winner of a competition, initiated by Marcus Bosch. Sovereign and skilfully he directed the Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra and was an attentive companion to the singers. No doubt, this young conductor has the quality of being a good opera interpreter.[…]

ALAIN STEFFEN

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PIQUE DAME, OH 2019

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[…]Emotionally it continued with the artistic director of the Opera Festival Marcus Bosch on the piano and his student, Ukrainian Artem Lonhinov, on the violin – they pampered the audience with music at the highest level. […]

TINA LISCHKA

Heidenheimer Zeitung

BLAUER ABEND, OH 2018

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[…] Artem Lonhinov opens the evening with Mykola Kolessa’s Suite for String Orchestra, composed in 1972 and nicknamed “In the Mountains”. And immediately there is a lot of activity going on in the concert hall. Fleas and grasshoppers jump colorfully on colorful mountain meadows around. Suddenly, they form a large swarm that rolls like a huge avalanche into the last rows of the room. No, actually beyond. Fortissimo! Maestoso! Lonhinov stands in the middle, directing with the finest movements a mountain of stone rubble, which slowly but inexorably pushes its way towards the valley. What a spectacle for the ears, which offers itself to the listener. […] And Myroslav Skoryk? Someone might even call him the Bob Ross of Ukrainian composers. In wedding dress on balloon ride. This might be corny, but Lonhinov manages an authentic interpretation that conveys an incredible amount of emotion. […]

RAPHAEL ECKARDT

klassik-begeistert.de

CONCERT OF CHAMBER ORCHESTRA “UKRAINA MÜNCHEN”, JUNE 2017

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[…] Oksana Lyniv, born in 1978 in Brody, who had to give the concert because of her commitment as music director of the Graz Opera and currently also with “Greek” at the Bavarian State Opera, to the young Artem Lonhinov, does not name this as clearly as her colleague from the Ukrainian consulate, however, also emphasizes in her welcome speech how border-opening music can and should be. And so Yuri Shevchenko’s subtle paraphrase on the Ukrainian national anthem is played by the 15-member string orchestra of mostly young Ukrainians with as soft as clear emphasis.[…]

KLAUS KALCHSCHMID

Süddeutsche Zeitung

CONCERT OF CHAMBER ORCHESTRA “UKRAINA MÜNCHEN”, JUNE 2017

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ARTEM LONHINOV

Conductor | Violinist

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