© Marco Borggreve
Nikita's numerous first prizes in prestigious international music competitions have opened the doors to the world's best concert halls. He continuously receives invitations from leading orchestras and festivals. The 2019/20 season's highlights included performances with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, the NHK Symphony Orchestra, the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, and the National Symphony Orchestra of Mexico. He also participated in several notable festivals, such as "La Folle Journée" in Nantes, Tokyo, and Ekaterinburg, the Beethovenfest Bonn, the Andermatt Music Winter Festival in Switzerland, the "Smetana Days Festival" in the Czech Republic, and the Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival.
In June 2020, Nikita debuted at The Wiener Konzerthaus with the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra. He performed the entire cycle of Beethoven's quartets with the Atrium String Quartet at Suntory Hall in Tokyo and the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg. One of his most significant projects was the premiere recording of Eugène Ysaÿe's previously unplayed concert, in collaboration with the Liège Royal Philharmonic and Jean-Jacques Kantorow for the Belgian Fuga Libera music label.
Nikita constantly seeks to expand his geographical reach. In the upcoming season, he has performances scheduled in cities including Moscow, St. Petersburg, Helsinki, Turku, Tallinn, Lausanne, Brussels, Rostov-on-Don, Volgodonsk, Tbilisi, Linz, Nantes, Belgorod, Hamburg, Madrid, Vienna, Gstaad, Amsterdam, Tokyo, and a 17-city tour in China.
He has collaborated with many outstanding musicians such as Charles Dutoit, Boris Berezovsky, Alexander Lazarev, Nikolay Lugansky, Yuri Bashmet, Lucas Debargue, Dima Slobodenyuk, Alexander Knyazev, Stanislav Kochanovsky, Georgy Tchaidze, and others.