Konstantin also does a lot of composing. He is predominately self taught but took some lessons from Malcolm Singer, Roderic Swanston and resently - with the generous support from Royal Opera House Opera Department - from Mark Anthony Turnage.
He has a number of instrumental compositions and arrangements for viola and other instruments as well as two ballets "Sleepers" and "Children of War" which he wrote in collaboration with the The Royal Ballet school of dancing. The ballet "Sleepers" was also included in a feature by "South Bank Show" in collaboration with BBC television. In July 2008 he was commissioned to write a chamber work for the Radio France and Arts channel "Mezzo". A work "Mosaique Musicale" was very well received, broadcasted several times around the world and had rave reviews.
In 2010 Konstantin was named "UK's Best young Classical Composer" by the international web-magazine www.suite101.com.
His latest work - Lyrical Opera in two Acts "Pushkin" as a
concert version was premiered in Moscow on 04.02.2017 by Novaya Opera Company and the staged revised version was premiered on the 11 July 2018 at the New Grange Park Opera House in UK.
The opera was very well received by the audiences and the media of both countries and ever since has been regularly performed in Russia.