|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||The Song Of The Nightingale; Symphony In C; Symphony In Three Movements||10||Audio||2004||BBC Music Magazine|
|3||Body Mandala||15||Audio||2008||NMC (3)|
|5||Images / Printemps / Petite Suite||14||Audio||2006||BBC Music Magazine|
|6||The Eternal Gospel / The Ballad Of Blaník / The Fiddler's Child / The Excursions Of Mr Brouček||13||Audio||2005||Hyperion|
|7||The Fair Melusine Overture / Symphony No. 3 / Symphony No. 46||11||Audio||2002|
|8||Symphonic Poems||3||Audio||2005||BBC Music Magazine|
Orchestral conductor, born September 8, 1976 in Tel Aviv, Israel.
He was appointed Young Conductor in Association to the Northern Sinfonia at the age of nineteen. In 1997 he became Principal Conductor of the London Philharmonic Youth Orchestra and two years later was invited by Seiji Ozawa to join the [a395913] as Assistant Conductor. He was Chief Conductor of the [a835546] from 2003 to September 2009, subsequently becoming Principal Guest Conductor. In January 2011, the [a867852] named Volkov as its 9th chief conductor and music director. With jazz musician [a317396] he is also one of the guiding forces behind [l366115], a performance venue in Tel Aviv that brings together differing musical genres
He has a daughter with his partner, pianist/singer/composer [a1597378].