Gabriel Bebeșelea Will Give Two Concerts with the NPR

31 January, 2019 | Rachmaninoff Concert Hall («Philharmonia-2»)
Subscription Series No. 93: The National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia at the “Philharmonia-2”
Soloist – Timur Pirverdiev, violin
Khachaturian. Concerto for violin and orchestra in D minor
Enescu. Symphony No. 1 in E-flat major
Conductor – Gabriel Bebeșelea (Romania)

5 February, 2019 | Svetlaov Hall of the MIPAC
Mozart. Symphony No. 39 in E-flat major, KV 543
Beethoven. Symphony No. 3 in E-flat major («Eroica»), op. 55
Conductor – Gabriel Bebeșelea (Romania)

Two next concerts of the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia will be directed by 31-year-old Romanian conductor Gabriel Bebeșelea, a fast-rising star on the European conductor podium. In 2014, the Union of National Opera Houses of Romania awarded him the Best Conductor Prize. Having received an excellent education in Bucharest, Vienna and Amsterdam (as an intern at the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra), Gabriel won the Jeunesses Musicales Contest in Bucharest and the Lovro von Matačić Competition in Zagreb, and was acclaimed at the Donatella Flick Competition in London and the Gustav Mahler Competition in Bamberg. He is currently the principal conductor of the National Romanian Opera in Cluj-Napoca and the famous Transylvania State Philharmonic Orchestra. Bebeșelea first conducted the NPR in the spring of 2017, and it was a vivid and memorable debut, which was attended by Mr Vasile Soare, the Romanian Ambassador to the Russian Federation. The concert ended with a well-deserved ovation. This season, Gabriel Bebeșelea will present two diverse programs to the Moscow public, which will show different facets of the conductor's interpretative skills.
Read more...

The NPR subscription series at the Moscow Philharmonic Society

The Moscow Philharmonic Society has started sales for the subscription series of Season 2016/2017. Every year the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia actively collaborates with the Philharmonic Society, one of the oldest concert organizations of Russia. Year by year the Philharmonic Society has been extending its capacity, and its cooperation with the NPR has been widened, becoming more productive. The Orchestra participates in various Philharmonic projects and also arranges its own subscription series under the auspices of the Moscow Philharmonic Society, which is a measure of prestige and high reputation for any creative entity. Read more...