MIPAC’s Subscription Series of the NPR

The Moscow International Performing Arts Center, which invariably remains the main concert venue for the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia, its rehearsal base and producing partner, has started on March 1, 2016, the sales of subscription tickets for Concert Season 2016/2017. The Orchestra, led by Vladimir Spivakov, offers to the audience several subscription series at the Svetlanov Hall for the coming Season. The NPR 's popular subscription series "Masterpieces for All Times" presents again unique creations from the treasury of world music. The concerts of the series resonate with the "Vladimir Spivakov Invites ..." Festival which features the best performers from the Maestro's and the Orchestra's favorite artistic partners. They include works of the 18th-20th centuries from Haydn to Prokofiev, and it is not a random collection of famous scores: each program has its own logic. The second block of the "Masterpieces For All Times" Series will reveal to the public new names, giving the opportunity to better show themselves to young conductors who are steadilygaining their international reputation. The "Night in Italy" Series invites music lovers to enjoy the music and the art of the homeland of Stradivarius and Pavarotti, from commedia dell'arte to opera genres. It will open with the concert of Vasily Ladyuk, a star of the world opera, "a wonderful singer and an artist with inexhaustible energy, for whom opera is not just a musical genre, but an art form filled with vital force" (Vladimir Spivakov). In the second program, Dmitry Korchak, an outstanding tenor, famous in Russia and abroad, will make his debut on the NPR's podium to conduct the works of Rossini and Verdi. “The Best-Loved Music" is a series-feast which will feature music for all tastes, and two nights in this Series are given to the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia. The first one will be devoted to Franz Lehar's operettas: excerpts of the best of them will be performed by Anna Aglatova, Sergey Romanovsky and Vasily Ladyuk.The other one will be a sort of vocal competition, in the manner of the famous “Three Tenors”, where three bright singers of the Youth Opera Program at the Bolshoi Theatre will present arias from the popular romantic repertoire. In the new season the NPR initiates a subscription series addressed to a young audience. "Two Centuries. Two Genii " is a program dedicated to Pushkin and Mozart and intended for those who are perhaps not yet ready to appreciate the depth of a poetic thought and the beauty of a complex musical form, but are able to capture the spirit, the atmosphere of a wonderful fairy tale, and to plunge into a fantasy play. The first program is based on the fairy tales by Pushkin and Rimsky-Korsakov's music to them. The second program is focused on Mozart's correspondence with his family and, of course, on the immortal music of the great Austrian. Season tickets can be booked online at www.mmdm.ru site as well as at the box office of the Moscow International Performing Arts Center. SCHEDULE Moscow International Performing Arts Center | Svetlanov Hall The National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia Artistic Director and Principal Conductor – Vladimir Spivakov "Masterpieces for All Times», Subscription Series No.1 Part 1 Part 2 November 3, 2016 To the 125th Anniversary of Sergei Prokofiev Soloists: Alexander Romanovsky, piano Alexandra Konunova, violin (Moldova) Conductor – Vladimir Spivakov Prokofiev. Concerto No. 3 for piano and orchestra in С major, op. 26 Prokofiev. Concerto No. 1 for violin and orchestra in D major, op. 19 Prokofiev. Excerpts from the ballet "Romeo and Juliet" December 14, 2016 The Great Choir "Masters of Choral Singing" Artistic Director – Lev Kontorovich Soloist – Alexandra Stychkina, piano Conductor – Ken-David Masur (Germany - USA) Brahms. Variations on a Theme by Haydn Brahms. "Nänie” to the words of Friedrich Schiller, op. 82 Haydn. Concerto for piano and orchestra in D major, Hob XVIII:11 Reger. Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Mozart February 8, 2017 Soloist – Ekaterina Mechetina, piano Conductor – Sergey Smbatyan (Armenia) Rachmaninoff. "Isle of the Dead", op. 29 Rachmaninoff. Concerto No.1 for piano and orchestra in F-sharp minor, op. 1 Rimsky-Korsakov. "Scheherazade" March 22, 2017 Soloists: Albina Shagimuratova, soprano Hélène Mercier, Frédéric Arnault, Bernard Arnault, piano (France) Conductor – Vladimir Spivakov Mozart. Concerto No.7 for three pianos and orchestra in F major, KV 242 Mozart. Concert Arias Wagner. "Tristan and Isolde": Prelude und Liebestod R. Strauss. "Four Last Songs" "Masterpieces for All Times», Subscription Series No.2 Part 1 Part 2 October 25, 2016 To the 125th Anniversary of Sergei Prokofiev Soloist – Nikolay Tokarev, piano Conductor – Stanislav Kochanovsky Prokofiev. "Symphonic song", op. 57 Prokofiev. Scythian Suite "Ala and Lolly", op. 20 Prokofiev. Concerto No. 1 for piano and orchestra in D-flat major, op. 10 Prokofiev. Concerto No. 5 for piano and orchestra, op. 55 November 7, 2016 Vasily Ladyuk's Festival "Opera Live" Soloists: Olesya Petrova, mezzo-soprano Mikhail Gubsky, tenor Conductor – Alexander Sladkovsky Schönberg. "Verklärte Nacht", op. 4 R. Strauss. Don Juan, op. 20 Mahler. “Das Lied von der Erde” February 28, 2017 Conductor – Mikhail Gerts (Estonia) Soloist – Alexander Ghindin Mendelssohn. Overtures "Ruy Blas", op. 95, "The Hebrides or Fingal's Cave", op. 26 Mendelssohn. Concerto No.1 for piano and orchestra in G minor, op. 25 Wagner. Overtures to "Tannhäuser", "Lohengrin", "Der fliegende Holländer ", "Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg" April 25, 2017 Laureates of the 2nd V. Krainev Moscow International Piano Competition Conductor – Vladimir Spivakov "A Night in Italy" Subscription Series October 29, 2016 Soloist – Vasily Ladyuk, baritone Conductor – Vladimir Spivakov December 19, 2016 Choir of the V.S. Popov Academy of Choral Art Vasilisa Berzhanskaya, mezzo-soprano Ekaterina Morozova, soprano Agunda Kulaeva, mezzo-soprano Alexey Tatarintsev, tenor Nikolai Didenko, bass Conductor – Dmitry Korchak Rossini. Stabat mater; Guillermo Tell overture; Giovanna D’Arco, cantata “The Best-Loved Music" Subscription Series Part 1 Part 2 February 12, 2017 "Lehar Gala" Soloists: Anna Aglatova, soprano Zhalya Ismailova, soprano Sergey Romanovsky, tenor Vasily Ladyuk, baritone Conductor - Konstantin Khvatynets April 13, 2017 "Tenors' Parade" Soloists: Alexey Nekludov, Artyom Golubev, Yaroslav Abaimov Conductor - Alexander Solovyev "Two Centuries. Two genii" Subscription Series The Authors of the idea and the directors – Lyudmila and Alexander Leontievs January 21, 2017 "Wandering into the Realm of Fairy Tales..." A musical and poetic composition based on Alexander Pushkin's fairy tales Music by Rimsky-Korsakov Valery Barinov, narrator Conductor - Alexey Vereshchagin March 19, 2017 "Wolferl's Cloud Castles" Musical and literary composition based on Mozart's letters Andrey Mezhulis, Tatyana Rodionova, narrators Alexandra Saulskaya-Shulyatyeva, mezzo-soprano Zoya Abolits, piano Fyodor Stroganov, harpsichord Vadim Sudakov Moscow State Choir Conductor – Vladimir Simkin Some changes in the programs are possible
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