During his study at the Music Academy he took an active part in the concert life of the Academy. He performed works by W. Mozart, M. Glinka, L. Beethoven, J. Verdi, S. Frank, D. Shostakovich and others with the orchestra of the Academy. He conducted opera “Aleko” (thesis) by S.Rachmaninov with the orchestra of the opera studio of the Academy named after P.I. Tchaikovsky. He instrumented works for the Ukrainian orchestra of folk instruments, which were included to the fund of national radio.
In 2006 for the original interpretation of the works of B. Bartok and L. Beethoven on the I International Competition of Conductors named after S. Turchak Sergiy was awarded with a special prize “Hope” as a young and promising conductor.
From 2008-2010 Sergiy headed the Chamber Orchestra of the Military Music Center of the Land Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Since 2005 he has been teaching conducting disciplines at the Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts: “Orchestral Styles”, “Conducting”, “Orchestral Class”, “History of Conducting Art Development”.
Sergiy Didok is the author of poems for concert numbers of the National Operetta, as well as a co-author of the translation of the Ukrainian-language libretto of the musical “Truffaldino from Bergamo” by O. Kolker.
In the repertoire: “Truffaldino from Bergamo” by O. Kolker, “Chasing two hares” by V. Ilyin, V. Lukashov, “Merry Widow” by F. Legar, “Kitty House” by P. Waldgard.