Anton Torbeev is currently a Principal conductor of Mariinsky Theater, Primorsky Stage (Vladivostok, Russia). He completed his Masters Degree for Symphonic and Operatic Conducting at the Rimsky-Korsakov State Conservatoire, St.-Petersburg, Russia.
Anton has been studied extensively with top conductors including Lorin Maazel, Bernard Haitink, Fabio Luisi, Edward Serov, Peter Gribanov and Wolfgang Doerner. He has been awarded numerous grants including the Solti Foundation Award, the Gartow Foundation Grant, Cultural fellowship in the field of Performing Arts from St.-Petersburg government, The Russian Cultural Foundation «Young talent» Award.
He made his opera debut conducting “Iolanta” by Tchaikovsky in St.-Petersburg Opera House.
In season 2012-2013 he was a Music Director of Karaganda State Musical Theater where he conducted a large amount of operas and operettas, such as Verdi’s “La Traviata”, Rossini’s “Le Barbier de Seville”, J. Strauss’s “Die Fledermaus” and “Der Zigeunerbaron” and so on.
In the season this year (2016) he has opened performances with ballets “Giselle”, “Swan Lake” and Symphonic concerts with Mariinsky Orchestra during The First Far-East Festival (Artistic Director – Valery Gergiev).
Anton has conducted numerous outstanding orchestras, such as; St. Petersburg Conservatory Orchestra, The Orchestra of St. Petersburg Opera House, Karaganda Symphony Orchestra, Romanian Radio Symphony, Lucerne Strings Orchestra, Volgograd Symphony Orchestra, Salzburg Chamber Soloists, Sombathei Symphony Orchestra, Pacific Music Festival Orchestra, Ruse Symphony Orchestra, Astana Symphony Orchestra.
Mariinsky Theater Primorsky Stage, he is currently at, he conducts an extraordinarily large number of repertoire, such as “Eugene Onegin”, “Carmen”, “Nutcracker”, “Tosca”, “La Traviata”, “Il Corsaro” and many others.