Dmitry Logvin & Argentum

July 22, 2018 At the festival “Jazz on the Dnieper 2018” Dmitry Logvin will perform a new project “Argentum” (Ukraine) with the participation of Deniss Pashkevich (Latvia).

Джаз на днепреThe Argentum quintet is a new and exciting name that appeared on the musical map of Ukraine.

Its original line-up included well-known Ukrainian musicians who enjoy the greatest respect and admiration in Ukraine for their work and musical contributions:

  • Yevgeny Kostritsky (violin) – laureate of international competitions, concert violinist and concertmaster of the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Odessa
  • Timur Polyansky (piano) – brilliant jazz pianist improviser, honored worker of arts of Ukraine
  • Professor Ivan Bykov (accordion) – laureate of the prestigious international competition in Italy
  • Vyacheslav Kruchenitsky (guitar) – musician multi-instrumentalist who performs as a guest musician with top Ukrainian bands
  • Vladimir Grechukh (double bass) -1st double bass soloist of the State Symphonic Orchestra of Ukraine


The famous Ukrainian conductor and art manager Dmitry Logvin united those musicians in this new group – conductor (since 1993), artistic director of the chamber orchestra “The Four Seasons”, artistic director of the International Music Festival “Music without Borders”, Honored Artist of Ukraine (2006). He is also the founder (together with his father, People’s Artist of Ukraine Garry Logvin) of the chamber orchestra “The Seasons.” Dmitry Logvin conducted symphonic and chamber orchestras of Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Israel, Great Britain, Switzerland. About 300 concerts were performed by orchestras under D.Logvin, the programs of which included works by JS Bach, WA Mozart, I.Haydn, A.Vivaldi, P.Tchaikovsky, D.Bortnyansky, D.Shostakovych, I.Stravinsky, A.Shnitke and other composers of world and domestic classics, as well as contemporary authors.

The musical program of Argentum quintet at Jazz Festival on the Dnieper included popular and relatively unknown works of Astor Piazzolla . “Piazzolla-forever!” – Argentum musicians think