November 28, 2020 | Tchaikovsky Concert Hall
Soloist – Timur Pirverdiev, violin
Condutors - members of the NPR's trainee-group Sergei Akimov, Arif Dadashev, Anton Torbeev
Grieg. Suite from the music to the play by Henrik Ibsen "Peer Gynt"
Fauré. Suite from the music to the drama by Maurice Maeterlinck "Pelléas et Mélisande"
Bizet. Suite from the music to the drama "Arlésienne" by Alphonse Daudet
Sarasate. Carmen Fantasy for violin and orchestra on themes from Bizet's opera, Opus 25
November 24, 2020 | Zaryadye Concert Hall
Soloist – Alexei Volodin, piano
Conductor – Konstantin Khvatynets
Mozart. Concerto No. 20 for piano and orchestra in D minor, KV 466
Kodály. Dances of Galánta
Rachmaninoff. Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini for piano and orchestra, Op. 43
On 6-10 October, 2020, Perm will host the 11th Edition of the All-Russia Festival “Vladimir Spivakov Invites ...”. As usual, the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia under the direction of its permanent artistic director and principal conductor will take part in all Festival concerts. Vladimir Spivakov's Festival is anticipated as one of the most memorable events in the cultural life of the Kama region. The maestro will treat the audience with immortal masterpieces (see Events), introduce new works and present young gifted musicians, who are rapidly climbing the musical Olympus, and outstanding artists at the summit of their careers.
The five musical nights of the Festival will take place in the Great Hall of the Perm Regional Philharmonic Society. In addition, in its pursuit of making musical culture accessible to various social strata of the population, the Perm Philharmonic Society is organizing online broadcasts of all concerts within the framework of the “Virtual Hall” Project. The broadcasts from the Great Philharmonic Hall will also be on at the Organ Concert Hall.
September 25 , 2020 | Svetlanov Hall of the Moscow Performing Arts Center
The beginning of the 18th Season
Maestro Vladimir Spivakov and the NPR Subscription Series
To Shostakovich's 114th Birthday
Soloists: Ivan Bessonov, piano
Alexander Bakharev, trumpet
Conductor – Vladimir Spivakov
Shostakovich. Symphony No.9 in E-flat major, Op.70
Shostakovich. Concerto No.1 for piano, trumpet and string orchestra in C minor, Op.35
Shostakovich. Suite for variety orchestra
On September 25, Dmitri Shostakovich's birthday, Vladimir Spivakov and the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia will present at the Moscow Performing Arts Center a monographic programme featuring only the works by the great symphonist of the 20th century. Shostakovich's music has always had a special place in Vladimir Spivakov's heart. “Dmitri Dmitrievich was a historiographer, says the maestro. - He managed to create immortal monuments of the era, therefore life will change, governments will change, many things will change, but Dmitri Dmitrievich will remain forever. His works reflected his epoch as in a mirror, but the depth of his music makes it appropriate for any time. Its radiant sparkles penetrate the soul of a modern person and inevitably affect us." It should be mentioned that in 2015, due to Vladimir Spivakov's initiative, the first monument to Dmitry Shostakovich was erected in Moscow on the terrace of the main staircase to the Svetlanov Hall of the Moscow Performing Arts Center. Read more...
September 24, 2020 | Svetlanov Hall of the Moscow Performing Arts Center
The beginning of the 18th Concert-Theatre Season
Soloist - Denis Matsuev, piano
Conductor - Vladimir Spivakov
Lyadov. Symphonic picture “From the Apocalypse”, Op. 66
Rachmaninoff. Concerto No. 2 for piano and orchestra in C minor, Op. 18
Tchaikovsky. Symphony No. 4 in F minor, Op. 36
The Moscow International Performing Arts Center (MMDM) opens its 18th concert and theatre season with two concerts which will feature the MMDM's President Vladimir Spivakov and the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia. On the first night, the maestro and his collective will appear on the stage of the Svetlanov Hall with the world-renowned pianist Denis Matsuev, an old friend and constant artistic partner. Vladimir Spivakov appreciates highly this charismatic soloist "for his astounding virtuosity, blazing temperament, breadth and power of his human and musician personality." Denis Matsuev, in turn, remarks: “Vladimir Spivakov is a true master of accompaniment! In the score, he finds really unique nuances that can escape the soloist with other conductors. This is priceless!"
September 9, 2020 | Svetlanov Hall of the Moscow International Performing Arts Center
Remembering Archpriest Alexander Men
Soloists: Anna Aglatova, soprano
Polina Shamayeva, mezzo-soprano
Alexey Neklyudov, tenor
Daniil Chesnokov, bass
Academic Grand Choir “Masters of Choral Singing”
Conductor– Vladimir Spivakov
Mozart. Requiem for soloists, choir and orchestra, KV 626
The National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia and Vladimir Spivakov are back to their concert activities after months of the forced hiatus. The musicians will open the new season with a tribute to Archpriest Alexander Men whose life was tragically ended 30 years ago. In memory of the eminent theologian, the maestro will conduct Mozart's Requiem – the immortal masterpiece, a summit among funeral masses. The performance will feature soloists of leading Moscow opera houses and the NPR's permanent partner - the renowned choir “Masters of Choral Singing” under the direction of Lev Kontorovich.
March 17, 2020 | Tchaikovsky Concert Hall
Subscription Series No.21: “The National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia”
Soloist – Alexander Ramm, cello
Conductor – Dimitris Botinis
Dvořák. Concerto for cello and orchestra in B minor, Op. 104
Shostakovich. Symphony No. 5 in D minor, Op. 47
March 13, 2020 | Zaryadye Great Hall
Soloist – Konstantin Emelyanov, piano
Conductor – Vladimir Spivakov
Prokofiev. Concerto No. 3 for piano and orchestra in C major, Op. 26
Tchaikovsky. Romeo and Juliet (Overture-Fantasia)
Prokofiev. Fragments from the ballet “Romeo and Juliet”
On March 13, the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia will perform at the Zaryadye Great Hall, but for the first time there under the baton of its artistic director and principal conductor Vladimir Spivakov (the NPR previously played with other conductors on this stage, while Vladimir Spivakov directed the Moscow Virtuosi). The maestro will present one of the best carved and beautiful programs of his collective, which invariably charms the audience. It will feature the masterpieces by Tchaikovsky and Prokofiev, inspired by Shakespeare's famed Verona tragedy, as well as the most popular of Prokofiev's Piano Concertos - the “shining and sprightly” (as Boris Asafiev put it) Third Concerto in C major. Read more...
11 March, 2020 | Svetlanov Hall of the Moscow International Performing Arts Center
“The Artist” Foundation Charity Concert
The Chaplin Award Ceremony
Special guests – Eugene Mironov and Kiera Chaplin
Charles Spencer Chaplin. «City Lights»
Film Screening with Orchestral Accompaniment
Arrangement and orchestration – Arthur Johnston and Alfred Newman
Score reconstruction – Timothy Brock
Conductor – Vladimir Spivakov