As previously, Vladimir Spivakov and the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia are completing the 2018/19 season with tours in Russia, combining 8 concerts into the next edition of the Maestro's traditional Festival. The performances will take place in Omsk on June 1-3 and in Perm on June 5-9. The tour program features musical masterpieces of the 18th - 20th centuries, from Mozart to Artemyev (for detail, see the CONCERTS section).
The “Vladimir Spivakov invites ...” Festival will be hosted in Omsk for the eighth time (since 2012), in Perm - for the tenth (since 2010). The event is produced within the framework of the “All-Russian Philharmonic Seasons” Project supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Culture, Youth Policy and Mass Communications of Perm Krai and the Government of Omsk Oblast.
At the 2019 Festival Edition, Vladimir Spivakov will again present stars of performing arts, who are at the peak of their artistic form, and talented young musicians, who are gaining their place on the musical Olympus. Andrey Korobeynikov, a piano virtuoso, Ekaterina Morozova (soprano), a soloist of the Bolshoi Theatre, Alexey Neklyudov (tenor), a soloist of the Moscow “Novaya Opera” Theatre, jazz trumpeter Vadim Eilenkrig will perform as soloists with the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia. Two concerts in Omsk and Perm will present young talented musicians - Alexandra Dovgan, Roman Borisov and Valentin Malinin, award-winners of the Vladimir Krainev Moscow International Piano Competition.
A special gift to Perm citizens will be the 7th June program dedicated to the works by Vivaldi and Mozart, where Vladimir Spivakov will appear not only as a conductor, directing the performance of Cantatas and Oratorios, but also as a soloist in the Violin Concerto. The program will also feature singers from leading Moscow opera houses and the Academic Grand Choir “Masters of Choral Singing” under the direction of Lev Kontorovich.
December 31. 2017 | Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory
Opening of the "New Year at the Conservatory" Festival
Kang Wang, tenor (China - Australia)
Ekaterina Morozova, soprano
Conductor – Alexander Soloviev
Arias from operas by Bellini, Rossini, Donizetti, Verdi, Puccini, Mascagni, Massenet, Cilèa, Bizet, Gounod, Dvořák and others
The Ildar Bakeev Entertainment Company is forced to announce that because of his indisposition German tenor Jonas Kaufmann will not be able to take part in the concert which opens the "New Year at the Conservatory" Festival on December 31. His performance will take place later, and the negotiations about the new date are already being held. All the ticket owners for the Jonas Kaufmann Concert will be admitted to the Sylvester Concert at the Great Hall on December 31, 2017, and then keep their tickets until Jonas Kaufmann's concert which date will be given within a short time. Therefore they will have the opportunity to attend two events for only one ticket.
Kang Wang (tenor), a soloist of the Metropolitan Opera in New York, and Ekaterina Morozova (soprano), a soloist of the Bolshoi Theatre, will appear on the stage of the Great Hall this night.
Vladimir Spivakov and the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia are glad to present the release of the first disc from the series of albums of Russian music recorded on the eve of the 15th anniversary of the Orchestra. All recordings have been made at the Moscow International Performing Arts Center in 2015-2016 and will be released under Maestro Spivakov's own label Spivakov Sound. German sound engineer and producer Philipp Nedel
and his b-sharp studio
participate commonly in the recording making.
The recently released album entitled "Holy Russia"
includes works by Sergei Rachmaninoff
("We praise Thee" from the Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, "The Bells" Poem on the text by Edgar Poe in the Russian translation of Konstantin Balmont) and Sergei Taneev
(Cantata "St. John of Damascus" on the verses by Alexey K. Tolstoy), sung by Hibla Gerzmava
(soprano), Dmitry Korchak
(tenor), Vasily Ladyuk
(baritone), the Academic Grand Choir "Masters of Choral Singing"
(Artistic Director - Lev Kontorovich) and the Choir of the V. Popov Academy of Choral Arts
(Chief Conductor - Alexei Petrov). Conductor - Vladimir Spivakov.
The contents of the disc can be found in the "Audio"
Section (see the "Multimedia" Menu) on our website. In addition, Vladimir Spivakov will present the same program "live" at the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory on April 24, 2018, as part of the "Musical Peaks" Subscription Series No.59 of the Moscow Philharmonic Society.
The CD series will be continued by releases of already recorded music:
. All Piano Concertos and "Symphonic Dances"
(3 Cds). Soloist - Alexander Romanovsky
. Symphony No. 4 and "Italian Capriccio"
. Symphony No. 5 and “Romeo and Juliet”
. Symphony No. 6
. "Eugene Onegin"
. Soloists: Hibla Gerzmava
(Tatyana), Vasily Ladyuk
(Onegin), Dmitry Korchak
(Lensky), Yulia Mazurova
(Olga), Ekaterina Morozova
(Larina), Polina Shamaeva
(Nanny), Nikolay Didenko
(Gremin), Valery Gilmanov
(Zaretsky), Maxim Ostroukhov
(Triquet). The Academic Grand Choir "Masters of Choral Singing".
In June 2017, Vladimir Spivakov will continue to work with the Orchestra on new recordings of Russian and West European music with the participation of brilliant soloists - rising stars of performing arts. Names and programs will be announced later.