“Aternoon Symphonic Concerts”

March 17, 2018 | Tchaikovsky Concert Hall
14.00
“Aternoon Symphonic Concerts” Subscription Series No.17
Conductor – Alexey Vereshchagin
Glinka. Valse-Fantaisie
Rubinstein. Valse-Caprice
Tchaikovsky. Waltzes from the opera "Eugene Onegin" and from the ballet "The Sleeping Beauty"
Prokofiev. Waltz from the opera "War and Peace"
Strauss. “Frühlingsstimmen“ (“Voices of Spring”), Op. 410
Strauss. “An der schönen blauen Donau” (“The Blue Danube”), Op. 314
Glazunov. Concert Waltz No. 1
Liszt. Mephisto-Waltz No. 1
Delibes. Waltz from the ballet “Coppelia”
Hopkins. Waltz
Marianelli. Waltz from the music to the film “Anna Karenina”

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«Chaplin’s Hour»: «The KId»

March 12, 2018 | Svetlanov Hall
«Chaplin's Hour» Subscription Series
Conductor – Vladimir SPIVAKOV
Ibert. «Paris», Symphonic Suite
Gershwin. «An American in Paris», Symphonic Suite
Charlie Chaplin. «The KId» (1921/1971)
Film screening with live orchestral accompaniment
Composer – Charlie Chaplin, with Eric James's assistance
Score reconstruction – Carl Davis (1995/1996)

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To the 100th Anniversary of returning the status of Russia’s Capital to Moscow

March 10, 2018 | Svetlanov Hall of the MIPAC
«Masterpieces for All Times» Subscription Series No.1
Soloist – Narek HAKHNAZARYAN, cello (Armenia)
Conductor – Vladimir SPIVAKOV
Tchaikovsky. “Romeo and Juliet”, Overture-Fantasy
Tchaikovsky. "Variations on a Rococo Theme" for cello and orchestra, Op. 33
Shostakovich. Symphony No. 9 in E-Flat Major, Op. 70
Shostakovich. Suite for variety orchestra

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Winners of the «Grand Opera» TV Project will perform with the NPR

February 27, 2018 | Philharmonia-2: Rachmaninov Concert Hall
«From Dream to Perfection» Subscription Series No. 85
Winners of the «Grand Opera» TV Project - 2016
Ksenya Nesterenko, soprano
Tigran Ohanyan, tenor (Armenia)
Conductor – Vladimir Spivakov
Arias and Symphonic Excerpts from operas by Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Bizet, Gounod, Verdi, Puccini, Mascagni, Giordano etc.

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The new Conductor-Trainee Group of the NPR started its work

The Conductor-Trainee Group of the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia in its updated edition started its work in January. At the first meeting with the trainees Georgy Ageev, Director of the Orchestra, talked about the principles of concert program formation.

A professional-club  format envisages classes to be held twice a month under the leadership of Alexander Solovyev. Each meeting will address a specific topic. Thus, on January 29, the role of a conductor in the modern musical art was discussed, and the problem spurred an interesting discussion. The subjects for further meetings include among others “Intonation”, “Tempo”, “Phrasing”, “Structure”, “Form Generation”, “Accompaniment”, “Working with a choir”, “Planning a rehearsal”, “Choice of concert programs”. In addition, several sessions will be focussed on analysis and performance of certain musical works.

The Year-Finalizing Concert of the Group's members will be given on May 26, 2018, at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall  in the framework of the Moscow Philharmonic Society's new project named "Mom, I am a Music Lover". The program will be based on the public's vote.

Just to remind: the NPR's Conductor-Trainee Group was organized in the 2004/2005 Season on the initiative of Georgy Ageev. In 2017, a new competition was announced for the Group's membership, on the result of which Arsenty Tkachenko, Anna Rakitina, Sergei Akimov, Dmitry Matvienko, Arif Dadashev, Pyotr Gladysh and Alexander Humala joined it. On December 5-6, 2017, open rehearsals of six of the seven competitors were held at the Moscow International Performing Arts Center.

 

«Invitation to Dance»

February 16, 2018 | Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory
«Invitation to Dance»
Conductor – Vladimir Simkin
Weber. Invitation to Dance (Orchestration by Berlioz)
Dvorák. Slavonic Dances, Op.46
Brahms. “Hungarian Dances”

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On February 16, the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia invites music lovers to the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory for a concert which will feature the most popular symphonic dances of the 19th century. On the conductor podium this night there will be the Honoured Artist of the Russian Federation Vladimir Simkin, who has been collaborating with Vladimir Spivakov's Orchestras since 2004.
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