Royal Festival Hall


London Philharmonic Orchestra, Vasily Petrenko (conductor)




Royal Festival Hall, South Bank Centre, 


Tchaikovsky. Violin Concerto in D

Vasily Petrenko at the Royal Festival Hall b

Monte Carlo

Orquestre Philharmonique De Mone-Carlo conducted by Essa-Pekka Saraste

Bruch. Violin Concerto No.1 in G minor

Sergej Krylov (violin)

A concert in memory of Alexander Vedernikov. 

1 November 2020



Russian National Orchestra 30th Anniversary

The winner of a Grammy and a Diapason dOr award alongside innumerable honours and nominations of the highest rank, the Russian National Orchestra was celebrating its 30th anniversary on December 16, 2020. A specially designed for the occasion programme featured a celebrity line-up of some of the orchestra’s long-standing friends and soloists: Vadim Repin, Sergej Krylov, Alexander Rudin, Boris Berezovsky and the Orchestra’s Founder, Artistic Director and Chief Conductor Mikhail Pletnev. The concert was streamed on Russian TV, YouTube and several social media platforms attracting hundreds of thousands of views.

Russian National Orchestra 30th Anniversary Gala
2020 Vision, Sergej Krylov, Osmo Vanska, LPO,


Royal Festival Hall: a performance with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Osmo Vanska just before the first lockdown.

Spohr. Violin Concerto No.2 in D minor, Op.2


Ezio Bosso

A strong artistic and personal friendship united Sergej Krylov with Ezio Bosso. At the invitation of the Oscar winning Italian director Gabriele Salvatores, Sergej recorded the music “Fantasy for Violin” composed by Ezio Bosso for the film “Il ragazzo invisibile”. The two musicians performed together worldwide, and their performance of Ezio Bosso’s Concerto for violin and orchestra “Esoconcerto” was recorded at La Fenice theatre in Venice and features on The Venice Concerto DVD and CD released by the Sony Classical.

Bashmet 2

Yuri Bashmet

Throughout the years Sergej Krylov enjoyed many performances with Yuri Bashmet – both in chamber music and as a soloist under the Maestro Bashmet’s baton

Stradivari Festival 2018

Stradivari Festival

Sergej Krylov is a frequent guest of the Stradivari Festival set in Auditorium Giovanni Arvedi, Museo del Violino in Cremona. In the opening concert of the 2017 Festival accompanied by the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra he presented “The Treasury of Treasures” programme in which he performed on eight magnificent violins by Amati, Stradivari and Guarneri.