Andriy Yurkevych, born in Zboriv (Ukraine), graduated in Orchestral Conducting in 1999 at the Lyssenko Musical Academy of Lviv (Ukraine), department Orchestral Conducting, under the guidance of Yuriy Lutsiv. The same year he was awarded a special prize at the Turchak National Competition in Kiev. Afterwards he professionalized at the National Theatre Wielki in Warsaw with Jacek Kaspszyk and at the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena (Italy) with Gianluigi Gelmetti, in Pescara with Donato Renzetti, in Pesaro with Alberto Zedda.
   Since 1996 he has been resident conductor at the National Opera Krushelnytska in Lviv where he made his debut in several operas and ballets.
In 2002 Andriy Yurkevych moves to Italy and since that time he continues his career abroad. Sometimes he returns to Ukraine for special creative projects.
    After his debut in Festival della Valle d’Itria in Martina Franca (Italy) and Teatro dell’Opera di Roma in 2005 he receives engagements in many Italian theatres and worldwide, among which Vienna state opera, Berlin state opera, Berlin Deutsche opera, Bayerische Staatsoper, Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie in Bruxelles, Liceo de Barcelona, Teatro Real de Madrid, Teatro Municipal in Santiago (Chile), San Francisco Opera, Theater St. Gallen, Greek National Opera in Athens, Teatro San Carlo in Naples, Stuttgart, Düsseldorf, Dresden and Köln opera theatres, Zürich, Budapest, Vlaamse Operas and many others.
    In different years he was Musical director at the National Opera Theatre in Odessa (Ukraine), Warsaw National Opera, Moldavian National Theatre of Opera and Ballet.
He became a laureate at International Opera Awards (8 edizione “Opera Star”), Gli Oscar della Lirica.
Andriy Yurkevych posseses the title of Honored artist of Ukraine and Moldova.

The orchestras:  

orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino,

orchestra Filarmonica Arturo Toscanini,

orchestra Simfonica Siciliana,

orchestra l’Opera di Roma,

di Milano I Pomeriggi Musicali,



Munchner Rundfunkorchester,

Munchner Symphoniker,

Slovak National Philharmonic orchestra,

Prague Radioorchester,

Kiev National Symphony orchestra,

Chisinau National orchestra.