Eduard Diadiura was born in 1970 in Ukraine. His musical education began at the age of 6 (piano) and was continued through music school and Music College of Ukraine until 1989 (piano and choir conducting ).


 Mr. Duiadiura studied at the Gnesins' Russian music academy with professor Stanislav Gusev (Diploma in choir conducting, diploma in symphonic conducting). He was studying symphonic conducting with prof.Eduard Serov.
In 2003 Mr. Diariura became a student of maestro Yury Simonov, class symphonic conducting. From 2003 to 2005 he was a participant to the master-class of Maestro Simonov ( Budapest , Hungary ). In 2005 became a participant to the master-class Maestro Panula and continued into 2006 as a participant to the master-class Maestro G.Rozhdestvensky.


In 1992 became conductor of Yurlov' Choral capella of Russia , Moscow. In 1996 maestro Diadiura was appointed music director of Academic choir of the Moscow State University. He was holding this position till year 2000. At the same time Mr. Diadiura has been the Senior lecturer of conducting at this University. In year 1999-2001 he became the conductor of "Young Russia" symphonic orchestra of Moscow.

In 2001 in the Grand Hall of the Moscow State conservatoire maestro Diadiura conducted K.Orff « Carmina Burana» in structure of 250 executors. In the following year 2002 in the Grand Hall of the Moscow State conservatoire conducted «Requiem» Verdi in structure of 300 executors.

It 2003 he accepted a position of chief hoirmaster of Choral Capella of Russia , named after A.Yurlov.
In 2002 at the Grand Hall of the Moscow State conservatoire organized the concert, dedicated to the first year anniversary of the Tragedy of September 11, with the great support and devotion of the American Embassy. The concert was opened by the U.S. Ambassador Alexander Vershbow and covered by Media sources BBC, CNN, EuroNews, and others. At the concert Mr. Diadiura conducted Symphony #3 and Symphony #9 Beethoven in structure of 300. First part of the Concert, Symphony #3 Beethoven performed by soloist Denis Matsuev.

Since year 2003 he repeatedly performed with "Young Russia" symphonic orchestra, symphonic orchestra of the Russian ministry of defense, State symphonic orchestra, symphonic orchestra of Russia , National symphonic orchestra of Russia. Conducted operas "Aida", "La Traviata", "Rigoletto", "Magic Flute", "Carmen".

Performed in opera houses of Moscow, Kiev, Minsk, touring with an orchestra of the Moscow philharmonic (USA, England, Spain, Germany, Chezh Republic, China,) as well as with symphony orchestra of Russia (USA, Germany, Chezh Republic), Repeatedly performing with symphony orchestra "List-Wagner" of Budapest, Hungary.  100 Anniversary of Shostakovich was celebrated by maestro Diadiura in 2006 with Moscow philharmonic orchestra where he performed Symphony #7 of Shostakovich.

 From 2004 until the present time maestro Diadiura is the resident conductor of the Moscow philharmonic orchestra. From 2007 - conductor symphonic orchestra of Russia.


Moscow philharmonic orchestra ( 2005,2006,2007)
National symphonic orchestra of Russia ( 2007)
State symphonic orchestra (2005)
Symphonic orchestra of Russia ( 2005,2006, 2007, 2008)
Symphonic orchestra "Young Russia" (2003, 2004)
Symphonic orchestra ministry of defense (2003,2004,2005)
St.-Petersburg State symphony orchestra (2005,2006,2007, 2009)
St.-Petersburg symphony orchestra "Classics"(2007, 2009)
Amadeus Orchestra London England ( 2007)
Rainier Symphony Seattle USA (2006)
Towson University symphony orchestra USA (2009)
Novosibirsk philharmonic orchestra (2007)
Yaroslavl philharmonic orchestra (2007, 2009)
Petrozavodsk symphony orchestra (2005)
Rostov philharmonic orchestra (2008)
Belgorod philharmonic orchestra (2009)
Saratov philharmonic orchestra (2008)
Kislovodsk symphony orchestra (2005, 2006, 2007)
Volgograd philharmonic orchestra (2008)
Ulyanovsk symphony orchestra (2005)
Krasnodar symphony orchestra (2003)
Ufa philharmonic orchestra (2006)
Kaliningrad symphony orchestra (2005, 2006)
Dnepropetrovsk philharmonic orchestra (2005)
Dnepropetrovsk opera theatre (2006, 2007)
Kiev symphony orchestra (2006)
National opera of Ukraine (2007)
Lvov opera (2008)
Kharkov philharmonic orchestra (2006)
Kharkov symphony orchestra conservatory (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008)
Alma-Ata philharmonic orchestra (2003)
Tallinn philharmonic orchestra (2002)