Vladimir Spivakov and the NPR will perform in Tashkent

On September 8, 2022. the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia will give the only concert in the Palace of International Forums «Uzbekistan» under the baton of the NPR’s artistic director and principal conductor, UNESCO artist for peace Vladimir Spivakov. The concert is sponsored by the «Arts, Science and Sports» Charity Foundation and the Fund for developments of culture and arts at the Ministry of Culture of Uzbekistan. The concert will feature pianist Mariamna Sherling, awardee of international competitions, and soprano Ekaterina Petrova, star of the E. Kolobov «Novaya Opera» Theater in Moscow.

The admission will be free for pupils of the V.A. Uspensky Republican Special Music School, for students of the Uzbekistan State Conservatory and other educational institutions of the Uzbek capital and other towns. Also invitations are granted to cultural workers, diplomats, teachers, media figures, bloggers, inclusive teaching centers and handicapped children from special boarding schools.

Vladimir Spivakov has visited the capital of Uzbekistan many times and keeps the warmest memories of each meeting. "I really love Tashkent and this country which is a hospitable, generous, peaceful and quiet land," says the Maestro. - “Uzbekistan can be proud of its gifted youth... I got convinced that the  people here  highly appreciate the national culture, the spiritual heritage, the arts and traditions of each region of Uzbekistan... all artistic trends are at a high level, in particular, the school of orchestral conducting. The great attention paid to the sphere of musical arts in Uzbekistan bespeaks the concern for the future of the country, the spirituality of the people, the upbringing of the harmoniously developed young generation. I would like to note especially that the Uzbek audience feel the music deeply and intensely, they just venerate arts."


Grieg. "Per Gynt" Suite
Grieg. Concerto for piano and orchestra in A minor, Op. 16
Tchaikovsky. "Romeo and Juliet" Fantasy Overture
Tchaikovsky. Tatiana's Letter Scene from "Eugene Onegin"
Khachaturian. "Masquerade" Suite


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *