Since September 2020 – Artistic Director of the Sochi Symphony Orchestra.

In 2012, he graduated from the Glinka Choir School, in 2017 – from the St. Petersburg State Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatoire with a degree in choral conducting by Valentin Nesterov, and in 2018 – with a degree in opera and symphony conducting by Alexander Polishchuk.

Grand Prix winner of the International Competition of Performing Arts «St. Petersburg Christmas Assemblies» as a pianist (2010), winner of the International Competition of Young Conductors of Symphony and Chamber Orchestras named after I.A. Musin (2016).

He took part in master-classes of Yuri Simonov, Vasily Sinaisky, Bruno Weil, Dorian Wilson, and Theodor Currentzis.

He has performed with the orchestras of the St. Petersburg Conservatory and the State Philharmonic of the Kostroma Region, the International «Tavrichesky» Symphony Orchestra, the Youth Symphony Orchestra of St. Petersburg, the State Symphony Orchestra «Classica», the Symphony Orchestra of the State Philharmonic of Nur-Sultan (Astana), the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the North Caucasus State Philharmonic named after V.I. Safonov, the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow Philharmonic, the State Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Tatarstan, the Mariinsky Theatre Symphony Orchestra. He conducted at the Opera and Ballet Theatre of the St. Petersburg Conservatory.

He made his debut at the Mariinsky Theatre in 2007 as a soloist in Britten’s «The Turn of the Screw» (as Miles). In the 2018-2019 season, he made his conducting debut, and from the same season he worked as an assistant conductor, now a trainee conductor at the Mariinsky Theatre. He actively cooperates with the St. Petersburg Music House, in whose programs he performs with leading young soloists of Russia.