December 22, 2018 | Tchaikovsky Concert Hall
Subscription Series No.19: National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia
To Evgeny Svetlanov's 90th birth anniversary
Soloist – Alexander Ramm, cello
Conductor – Vladimir Spivakov
Tchaikovsky. “Romeo and Juliet”, Overture-Fantasy
Tchaikovsky. Variations on a Rococo Theme for cello and orchestra, Op. 33
Lyadov. “The Enchanted Lake”
Scriabin. “The Poem of Extasy”, Op. 54
The National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia under Vladimir Spivakov's baton will open the 80th Concert Season of the Buryat State Philharmonic Society. The Maestro and his collective will give two concerts within the “All-Russian Philharmonic Seasons” Project on the stage of the N.A. Bestuzhev Russian Drama Theater in Ulan-Ude on 4 and 5 September 2018 (see the programme below). They will be joined by mezzo Polina Shamaeva, the soloist of the E. Kolobov “New Opera” Moscow Theatre and the winner of the “Grand Opera” TV Show and of several international competitions,e.g., the Second Prize winner of the XV Tchaikovsky Competition, and cellist Alexander Ramm.
As usual Vladimir Spivakov and the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia complete the concert season with tours in Russia. On June 1-3 the Maestro and the Orchestra will give concerts in Omsk, and on June 5-9 - in Perm.
November 27, 2017 | Rachmaninoff Concert Hall («Philharmonia 2»)
Subscription Series No.97: «Romantic Concertos»
Soloists: Alexander Ramm, cello
Dmitry Shishkin, piano
Conductor – Alexander Soloviev
Saint-Saëns. "Phaéton", symphonic poem, op. 39
Saint-Saëns. Concerto No.1 for cello and orchestra in A minor, Op. 33
Sibelius. "Valse triste"
Grieg. Concerto for piano and orchestra in A minor, op. 16
The Moscow Philharmonic Society has started ticket sales for the 2017/2018 Concert Season. The National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia participates annually in various projects of the Philharmonic Society and also carries out its own subscriptions series under the Society's auspices. In the new season the NPR will present two subscription series at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall (Nos. 16-17), the second of which includes matinee concerts for family visits with programmes addressed to the widest audience possible. In addition, the NPR annually takes part in the Philharmonic Society's assorted concert cycles at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory and the Rachmaninoff Concert Hall in the "Philharmonia-2" Complex. They include popular subscriptions series devoted to masterpieces of the world musical art, such as «Romantic Сoncerti» (No. 33, No. 97), «Great Piano Concerts» (No. 6, No. 30), «Musical Peaks» (No. 59), and others. Among the participants of these series there are the NPR's Artistic Director and Principal Conductor Vladimir Spivakov, the "Novaya Opera" Chief Conductor Jan Latham-Koenig, Chinese maestro Li Biao, young conductors (including the NPR's trainee group members) rapidly gaining popularity and professional repute – Stanislaw Kochanovsky, Konstantin Khvatynets, Alexander Solovyev, Alexey Vereshchagin, Philipp Chizhevsky. Among the soloists there are world-famous pianists Pierre-Laurent Aimard and Boris Berezovsky, new stars of the Russian performing arts Ekaterina Mechetina, Nikita Borisoglebsky, Sergey Antonov (the partnership of these three musicians counts 10 years, and they will celebrate the anniversary by playing Beethoven's Triple Concerto), Alexander Buzlov, Alexander Ramm, Dmitry Shishkin, Philipp Kopachevsky, Aylen Pritchin, Lukas Geniušas, as well as the winners of the last season television project "Grand Opera" Ksenya Nesterenko and Tigran Ohanyan. Season tickets can be purchased at the box-offices of the Moscow Philharmonic Society and online. Read more...
Moscow International Performing Arts Center | Svetlanov Hall | 26 November 2015
The VIII Moscow Music Festival “Vladimir Spivakov Invites …”
, violin (Germany)
The National Philharmonic of Russia
Saint-Saëns. Cello Concerto No. 1 in A minor, op. 33
Bruch. Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, op. 26
Tchaikovsky. Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-flat minor, op. 23