The 5th Edition of the All-Russia Music Festival “Vladimir Spivakov Invites” in Ufa

On November 27-29, 2021, Ufa will host the 5th edition of the All-Russia Music Festival “Vladimir Spivakov Invites”, the three nights of which will take place in the Bashkortostan State Concert Hall. The National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia, along with the maestro, will be traditionally the main performer in the programs and play symphonic masterpieces by Beethoven, Grieg, Brahms, Lyadov, Mussorgsky and Shostakovich under the baton of Vladimir Spivakov (see Events). They will be joined by bright young soloists who have gained fame both in Russia and abroad.

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Norway star Lise Davidsen for the first time in Russia

November 21, 2021 | Zaryadye Concert Hall
11th Edition of the Moscow Music Festival “Vladimir Spivakov Invites”
Soloist – Lise Davidsen, soprano (Norway)
Conductor – Vladimir Spivakov
Fragments from operas by Tchaikovsky (“Evgeny Onegin”. “The Queen of Spades”), Verdi (“I vespri siciliani”, “Otello”, “La forza del destino”), Mascagni (”La cavalleria rusticana”), Wagner (“Tannhäuser”), Puccini (“Manon Lescaut”, “Tosca”)

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Mozart and Strauss in the NPR’s subscription series

October 24, 2021 | Rachmaninoff Hall at the Philharmonia-2
Subscription Series No. 100 "The National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia"
Soloist – Konstantin Emelyanov, piano
Conductor – Dimitris Botinis
Mozart. Overture to the opera “Don Giovanni”
Mozart. Concerto No. 24 for piano and orchestra in C minor, KV 491
R. Strauss. Burleske for piano and orchestra in D minor
R. Strauss. “Don Juan”, symphonic poem, Op. 20

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María Dueñas, a new star of the violin art, at the Vladimir Spivakov Festival

October 8, 2021 | Zaryadye Concert Hall
The 11th Edition of the Moscow Music Festival “Vladimir Spivakov Invites...”
Soloist – María Dueñas, violin (Spain)
Conductor – Vladimir Spivakov
Weber. Overture to the opera “Der Freischütz”
Bruch. Concerto No. 1 for violin and orchestra in G minor, Op. 26
Brahms. Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Op. 98

Vladimir Spivakov has always paid special attention to young talents and actively helped to the youth who epitomize the future of the performing arts. The maestro is convinced that this artistic communication enriches all those involved. He always invites to his Festival young musicians who brightly manifested their talents by winning important competitions. The young Spanish violinist María Dueñas is among his most acclaimed protegees in recent years.
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The NPR’s Russian Tour Will Go On In Murmansk

On September 28-30 the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia and Vladimir Spivakov will continue their tour over Russian regions giving three concerts in Murmansk and Severomorsk. They will take place as usual in the Murmansk Philharmonic Hall and in the Stroitel House of Culture in Severomorsk.

The “Arctic” tour features two different programs (see Events). One is formed around musical gems connected with theater. It has been already acclaimed in towns of the Volga Region, Orenburg, Kursk and Belgorod Oblasts. Its soloists are the NPR's group principals Andrei Mikhailovsky (clarinet) and Kirill Soldatov (trumpet), both awardees of international competitions.

The Murmansk concerts will start with works by Grieg and Tchaikovsky, great composers of Norwegian and Russian music, who were known to be on very friendly terms and shared their creative interests. The piano part in Grieg's famed Concerto will be played by 15-year old Egor Sidorov, a scholarship holder of the Vladimir Spivakov Charity Foundation, and student of the Central Music School at the Moscow Conservatory. Egor has won several international competitions in Kursk, Vladimir, Vilnus (Balis Dvarionas Contest), Malaysia and Finland (WPTA Finland), and got awards at the Vladimir Krainev Moscow Competition and the Young Chopin in Martigny (Switzerland). Read more...