an adagio (2022), 10′, (2222/4331/1+2/hp/archi) Watch in YouTube
Commissioned and premiered by the Sinfonia Lahti conducted by Anna-Maria Helsing.
Hit & Run (2021), 6′, (3333/4331/1+4/archi)
Commissioned by the Bamberger Symfoniker.
Wiegenlied (2020), 11′, (3333/4331/1+3/hp/archi) Watch in YouTube
Commissioned by the Oslo Philharmonic, Gothenburg Symphony and Helsinki Philharmonic orchestras. Premiered 19.8.2020 by the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Klaus Mäkelä.
Un Grande Sospiro (2018), 22′, (2222/2200/2/archi) Watch in YouTube
Commissioned by Tapiola Sinfonietta, Kymi Sinfonietta & Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne. Premiered 25.10.2019 by Tapiola Sinfonietta conducted by Klaus Mäkelä.
Batteria (2016), 11′, (3333/4331/1+3/pf/hp/archi) Watch in YouTube
Commissioned by the Finnish Broadcasting Company YLE. Premiered by André de Ridder and the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra 1.2.2017.
Recharged (2015/2018), 6′, strings Watch in YouTube
Premiered by Ostrobothanian Chamber Orchestra conducted by Klaus Mäkelä.
Sospirando 4 (2019), 6′, strings (orig. 2vl/vla/2vlc)
Gryf (2013), 16′, (2222/2210/1perc+timp/archi) Watch in YouTube
Premiered by Kymi Sinfonietta conducted by Yasuo Shinozaki.
Orchestral Works with Soloist(s)
Double Concerto (2022), 23′, (vl.solo,pf.solo/archi)
Commissioned by the Tapiola Sinfonietta, Vesterås Sinfonietta and O/Modernt. To be premiered by Hugo Ticciati, Simon Crawford-Phillips and Tapiola Sinfonietta conducted by Ryan Bancroft.
Piano concerto (2019), 27′, (2333/4331/1+3/pf.solo/archi) Watch in YouTube
Commissioned by the Finnish and Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestras. Premiered by Vikingur Olafsson and the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Klaus Mäkelä 7.1.2022.
“Die Welt – Ein Tor”, Concerto for Cello & Orchestra (2017), 16′, (2222/2200/1+1/vlc.solo/archi) Watch in YouTube
Commissioned by the Paulo Foundation as a centenary gift to Finland. Premiered by Sirja Nironen, vlc & Sibelius Academy Symphony Orchestra conducted by Atso Almila in February, 2018 at SibaFest.
Violin concerto “Der Leiermann” (2017), 25′, (2232/4330/1+1/hp/vl.solo/archi)
Commissioned by Oulu Sinfonia. Premiered by Pekka Kuusisto & Oulu Symphony Orchestra cond. Johannes Gustavsson 19.10.2017.
Chamber Music Works
Triple Drive (2021), 11′, versions for cl,vlc,pf & vl,vlc,pf Watch in YouTube
Commissioned by the Bowery Trio
Double Trouble (2021), 11′, vl/vlc Watch in YouTube
Commissioned by the Tapiola Sinfonietta and premiered by Pekka Kuusisto & Klaus Mäkelä
Sospirando 1 “Awake” (2017), 5-7′, 3-4 percussion Watch in YouTube
Commissioned by Awake Percussion.
Sospirando 2 “Folio” (2018), c.13-17′, vlc+acc (with optional amplification)
Commissioned by Harri Kuusijärvi.
Sospirando 4 (2019), 6′, 2vl/vla/2vlc
Commissioned by the Turku Music Festival
A Due (2016), 7′, flute & guitar
Premiered by Hanna Juutilainen & Markku Laakso at 5.2.2016 in Sellosali, Espoo.
Commissioned by the performers with the kind funding of Wihuri fund.
Pianoquartet “Chasse-Neige” (2014), 13′, vl/vla/vlc/pf
Premiered by Ensemble Recherche
Chained (2015), 8′, accordion Watch in YouTube
Premiered and commissioned by Harri Kuusijärvi with the funding of Madetoja Foundation.
Epilogi (2013), 8′, piano
Premiered by Hanna-Mari Kousa
Mirkka Rekola laulut (2015-18), 10′, sopr/pf
(M. Rekola, in Finnish)
Premiered by Tuuli Lindeberg & Minttu Siitonen
Dagens Nyheter on Piano Concerto
“It is an extremely elegant and eventful piece of music that tests both the orchestra’s and the piano’s dynamic boundaries with both pecking treble and thundering bass rumble.”
VL (Vårt Land) on Wiegenlied
“A short masterpiece, a lived soundtrack in just eleven minutes.”
Hufvudstadsbladet on "Die Welt - ein Tor"
“Zinovjev’s music is characterized by an intensity that is unusually strong, here there is also a developed melodic dimension that is almost as rare among colleagues. As for the pitches, Zinovjev in no way shuns the tonality, rather it is as if he was approaching it again. It is crowded with triads, which are often beautifully expanded and as far as the harmonious construction is concerned, you often hear deep undercurrents. In terms of form, Zinovjev’s compositions sometimes seem like amoebas – very flexible and to some extent indefinite.”