Gennadii Chernov has been educated as orchestral and choral conductor at Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, at Saint-Petersburg State Conservatoire, at various courses in conducting in Canada, and Austria, Germany.
Gennadii Chernov has performed extensively with various orchestras at international festivals, orchestral performance projects and on concert tours at prominent venues:
In Estonia: Estonia hall in Tallinn, Haapsalu Tchaikovsky Festival, at Kultuurikatel in Tallinn as part of the Tallinn Sea Days international festival, at the Evgeny Mravinsky International Musical Festival in Narva, at the Leigo – Lake Music festival, Vanemuine in Tartu, Johvi Kontserdimaja etc. Led G. Bizet’s opera Carmen production in cooperation with Estonian National opera.
In Finland: Finlandia Talo in Helsinki, Tampere Talo, Sibelius Hall in Järvenpää, Mikaeli hall in Mikkeli, Promenadikeskus in Pori, in Savonlinna etc.
In Latvia: Liela Gilde Hall in Riga, The Embassy of Latgale – Gors in Rezekne. Has performed with the Latvian State choir “Latvija”
In China: Oriental Art Center in Shanghai, Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall in Guangzhou, Meixihu International Culture and Art Centre in Changsha, Jiangxi Artistic Centre in Nanchang and many others.
Worked a conductor for Vaasa Opera in Finland. In 2014 created The Northwest symphony orchestra and has led it to international tours. Has conducted the Wuppertal symphony orchestra, National symphony orchestra of Ireland, l'Orchestre national de Metz, Karlovy Vary symphony orchestra, Vaasa symphony orchestra, Saint-Petersburg Philharmonia, Serbian Radio orchestra, symphony orchestras in Canada, Norway, Italy, Bulgaria etc.