Vitali Alekseenok, since season 2017/18 became a new chief conductor of the Abaco Orchestra of Munich University, and has conducted such orchestras as Lucerne Festival Strings, Jena Philharmonic, INSO-Lviv Symphony Orchestra, Gotha Philharmonic, Lviv Philharmonic, Karlovy Vary Symphony Orchestra and others.
He was founder of Gustav Mahler concert series in Thuringia wherein he performed his "The Song of the Earth" in Weimar and Erfurt. He also conducted Stravinsky's "The soldier's tale" in St. Petersburg with members of St. Petersburg Philharmonic and Mariinsky Orchestra and his own compositions with members of "I, culture orchestra" in Gdansk, Poland.
Since season 2016/18 he closely cooperates with Oksana Lyniv, with whom he worked as a conductor and musical assistant in the Bavarian State Opera, Teatre del Liceu Barcelona, Graz Opera, with the "New Philharmony Munich" and Bavarian Youth Symphony Orchestra.
Born in Belarus Vitali Alekseenok continued his musical studies in the Rimsky-Korsakov St. Petersburg State Conservatory with Prof. Alexander Alekseev and in Weimar High School of Music with Prof. Nicolas Pasquet. He took part in master classes with Bernard Haitink, Peter Stark, Bruno Weil and others.