The Festival Moscow Conservatory Online

03 July 2020 |

Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory will launch a festival of online concerts from 21 March 2020. “We are not going to leave our listeners self-isolated at this difficult time,” stressed Prof. Alexander Sokolov, the Moscow Conservatory’s Acting Rector.

The project will be opened at the Great Hall by Yuri Bashmet and his Chamber Orchestra The Soloists of Moscow.

Pianists Nikolai Lugansky, Denis Matsuev, Mikhail Voskresensky, Daniil Kramer, Polina Osetinskaya and Andrey Pisarev, cellists Alexander Knyazev, Alexander Rudin and Alexander Ramm, organists Alexei Parshin, Konstantin Volostnov, Evgenia Krivitskaia and other musicians have agreed to take part in this humane action of art therapy.

In fact, it is online broadcasts that are now our only opportunity not to part with the audience, our chance to communicate with millions of people through music, which is always the supporting source of positive emotions during any hard times,” said Nikolai Lugansky.
The artists’ mission at the moments of global turbulence is to restore balance in people’s souls by way of introducing them to the highest achievements of classical music,” said Alexander Solovyov, Artistic Director of the Moscow Conservatory’s Chamber Chorus.

The project is supported by the Kommersant publishing house.

The schedule will be flexible.
All live broadcasts will start at 19:00.

All the concerts will be available for viewing in the archives of the Moscow Conservatory TV at www.mosconsv.tv

The schedule of our broadcasts:

7 July 2020, Tuesday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Live broadcast from the Great Hall
Konstantin Yemelyanov (piano)
To be performed:
Rameau. Suite in G for harpsichord, RCT 6
Debussy. Four preludes:

  • Danseuses de Delphes
  • Voiles
  • Le vent dans la plaine
  • Feux d’artifice

Stravinsky. Three fragments from the music of Petrouchka

3 July 2020, Friday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Live broadcast from the Great Hall
Nikita Borisoglebsky (violin)
Arseny Tarasevich-Nikolayev (piano)
To be performed:

  • J. Brahms. Sonata No. 1 in G major, op. 78
  • S. Prokofiev. Five Melodies, op. 35bis
  • E. Grieg. Sonata No. 2 in G major, op. 13

29 June 2020, Monday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
“One Hundred Days of Solitude”
Live broadcast from the Great Hall
Soloists of the Ensemble Studio for New Music:

  • Anastasia Tabankova (oboe)
  • Nikita Agafonov (clarinet)
  • Dmitry Sharov & Mikhail Olenev (trombone)
  • Marina Katarzhnova (violin)
  • Stanislav Malyshev (viola)
  • Olga Galochkina (cello)
  • Natalia Cherkasova & Mona Khaba (piano)

To be performed:

  • E. Denisov. Solo for oboe
  • K. Penderecki. Suite for cello
  • V. Persichetti. Parable XVIII for trombone
  • D. Smirnov. Visionary Heads for piano (Russian premiere)
  • A. Syumak. Cl.аir for clarinet
  • M. van der Aa. Caprice for violin (Russian premiere)
  • F. Filidei. Toccata for piano (Russian premiere)
  • A. Vustin. Lament for trombone
  • V. Tarnopolsky. One Hundred Days of Solitude for viola (world premiere)

25 June 2020, Thursday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Recording of the concert on 25 May 2015, Great Hall (provided by the Culture TV channel)
Mikhail Voskresensky (piano): in honor of his 85th anniversary
The Moscow Conservatory Concert Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Anatoly Levin
Performed:

  • M. Ravel. Piano Concerto No. 2 for the Left Hand, op. 82 (D major)
  • L. van Beethoven. Piano Concerto No. 4, op. 58 (G major)

24 June 2020, Wednesday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Live broadcast from the Great Hall
Mikhail Voskresensky (piano): a recital in honor of his 85th anniversary
To be performed:

  • W. A. Mozart, Fantasie in D minor, KV 397
  • R. Schumann. Zwei Lieder, op. 28
  • P. Tchaikovsky. From The Seasons:
    No. 10. The Autumn Song (‘October’)
    No. 11. Troïka (‘November’)
  • N. Rimsky-Korsakov. The Bumble-bee Flight
  • M. Mussorgsky. Pictures from Exhibition

22–23 June 2020, Monday-Tuesday, Online Broadcasts, 19:00
Recital of the Moscow Conservatory graduates’
Recording of the concert on 7 June 2019 (in two parts), Great Hall

18 June 2020, Thursday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Live broadcast from the Great Hall
Alexei Shmitov (organ)
To be performed:
J. S. Bach:

  • Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 538
  • Prelude on the Chorale Allein Gott in der Höh’ sei Ehr’, BWV 662

Ch.-M. Widor. Scherzo from Symphony No. 2 in D major for organ, op. 13 no. 2
C. Franck. From Trois pièces pour orgue (1878):

  • Nb 2. Cantabile, FWV 36
  • Nb 3. Pièce héroïque, FWV 37

L. V. J. Vierne. Scherzo, Cantabile and Finale from Symphony No. 2 in E minor for organ, op. 20

16 June 2020, Tuesday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Recording of the concert on 9 April 2019, the Rachmaninoff Hall
Solo: Alexander Rudin (cello)
The Moscow Conservatory Chamber Orchestra
Conductor: Felix Korobov
Performed:
Denisov. Variations on Haydn’s Theme for cello and orchestra
Boccherini. La musica notturna delle strade di Madrid

14 June 2020, Sunday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Dedicated to Nikolai Rubinstein’s 185th anniversary
Live broadcast from the Great Hall
Ensemble of Soloists The Moscow Trio
People’s Artists of Russia:

  • Prof. Alexander Bonduryansky (piano)
  • Prof. Vladimir Ivanov (violin)
  • Mikhail Utkin (cello)

Guest soloists:
Prof. Andrey Pisarev (piano), Honored Artist of Russia
Laureates of international competitions:
Assc. Prof. Vladislav Lavrik (trumpet)
Assc. Prof. Yakov Katsnelson (piano)

To be performed:

  • W. A. Mozart. Fantasia in D minor, KV 397
  • P. Tchaikovsky. Nocturne in C-sharp minor, op. 19 no. 4
  • S. Rachmaninoff. Mélodie, op. 3 no. 3

Performed by Andrey Pisarev

S. Rachmaninoff. Three songs (arrangement for trumpet and piano):

  • “How fair this spot”
  • “Sing not to me, beautiful maiden”
  • “Spring Waters”

Performed by Vladislav Lavrik and Yakov Katsnelson

P. Tchaikovsky. Trio for piano, violin and cello in A minor, op. 50
“In Memory of the Great Artist”

  • Pezzo elegiaco
  • Tema con variazioni
  • Variazione finale e coda

Performed by The Moscow Trio:
Alexander Bonduryansky, Vladimir Ivanov, and Mikhail Utkin

12 June 2020, Friday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Russia’s Day
Fragments of the concert of the festival Born by Russia on 11 June 2019, Great Hall
Vladislav Lavrik (trumpet)
Elena Revich & Stanislav Malyshev (violins)
Chamber Orchestra New Music of Sofia Gubaidulina’s Contemporary Music Center, City of Kazan (Republic of Tatarstan)
Art Director & Conductor: Anna Gulishambarova
The Contemporary Music Chamber Orchestra OPENSOUNDORCHESTRA
Directors: Olga Kalinova & Stanislav Malyshev
Conductor: Alexander Solovyev
Performed:
Peter Tchaikovsky. Fragment from the Serenade for String Orchestra
Dmitry Shostakovich. String Octet
Alexei Rybnikov. Concertino for violin and orchestra
Alfred Schnittke. Concerto grosso no. 1
Eduard Artemyev:

  • Lacrymoso for string orchestra
  • Fragments from his Russian and Soviet film music

10 June 2020, Wednesday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
From the cycle The Yurovskys
Recording of the concert on 14 October 2018, Great Hall
Dmitry Masleyev (piano)
The Moscow Conservatory Students’ Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Mikhail Yurovsky
Performed:
Shostakovich. Concerto No. 1 for piano, solo trumpet and string orchestra
Bartók. The Miraculous Mandarin, suite from the music of the ballet

9 June 2020, Tuesday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
From the cycle Guests of the Moscow Conservatory Rector
Meeting with Mikhail Yurovsky

5 June 2020, Friday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
On Leonid Kogan’s 95th anniversary
Recording of the concert on 14 November 2019, Great Hall
Part Two
Performers:
Alyona Bayeva (violin)
The Moscow Conservatory Concert Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Anatoly Levin
Performed:
Mieczysław Weinberg. Concerto for violin and orchestra in G minor, op. 67

4 June 2020, Thursday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
On Leonid Kogan’s 95th anniversary
Recording of the concert on 14 November 2019, Great Hall
Part One
Performers:
Daniil Kogan, Leonid Zhelezny, Fyodor Beznosikov, Dennis Gasanov (violins)
Pavel Romanenko, Alexander Tatarinov (violas)
Arseny Beznosikov (cello), Grigory Krotenko (double-bass)
Performed:
Felix Mendelssohn. String Octet in E-flat major, op. 20

2 June 2020, Tuesday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Recital of Vasily Stepanov (cello)
Marat Mansyrev (piano)
Recording of the concert on 31 May 2018, Small Hall
Performed:
Aram Khachaturian. Rhapsody for cello and orchestra (arrangement for cello and piano)

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30 May 2020, Saturday
The Day of the Moscow Conservatory Leavers’ Spring Ball

Online Broadcast, 12:00
Welcoming Speech by the Rector, Prof. Alexander Sokolov
Welcoming Speeches from the Ball Organizing Committee:

  • Assc. Prof. Yaroslava Kabalevskaya, a music producer and the Spring Ball co-founder
  • Mr R. V. Ostrikov, a representative of Yamaha Russia Co. and the Spring Ball founder
  • Miss M. G. Glazkova, Chairwoman of the Students’ Trade-Union Committee and Manager of the Spring Ball Working Team

Video lecture on the history of the balls in Russia presented by Prof. I. V. Stepanova, the Russian Music History Division

Online Broadcast, 13:15

  • The Moscow Conservatory Ball, a video competition
  • A remote dancing flashmob
  • Recollecting the Moscow Conservatory Balls, a photo gallery

Online Broadcast, 18:00
Fragments of the previous balls:
Through van Gogh’s Palette, the 6th Spring Ball
Night in Madrid, the 7th Spring Ball

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27–28 May 2020, Wednesday-Thursday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
In memory of Evgeny Primakov, a prominent state and political figure (on his 90th anniversary)
Recording of the concert on 29 October 2019, Great Hall

Part One (broadcasted on Wednesday)

1. Beethoven. Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor (The Moonlight), op. 27 no. 2
Performed by Andrey Pisarev

2. Rachmaninoff. Four preludes:

  • in G major, op. 32 no. 5
  • in G minor, op. 32 no. 10
  • in G-sharp minor, op. 32 no. 12
  • in G minor, op. 23 no. 5

Performed by Arseny Tarasevich-Nikolayev

Part Two (broadcasted on Thursday)

1. Grieg. Suite No. 1 from the incidental music to Henrik Ibsen’s drama Peer Gynt
Piano transcription by G. Cinzburg
Performed by Filipp Kopachevsky

2. Tchaikovsky. Three pieces:

  • Méditation, op. 72 no. 5
  • Danse charactéristique, op. 72 no. 4
  • Romance, op. 5

Performed by Ekaterina Mechetina

3. Debussy. Three preludes:

  • Ce qu’a vu le vent d’ouest
  • La fille aux cheveux de lin
  • Feux d’artifice

4. Liszt. La campanella, l’étude grande de Paganini no. 3 in G-sharp minor, S. 141
Performed by Konstantin Yemelyanov

22 May 2020, Friday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Dedicated to Vera Dulova’s 110th anniversary
Recording of the concert on 27 January 2019, Small Hall

21 May 2020, Thursday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Facing the 16th Tchaikovsky International Competition
Recording of the concert on 17 May 2019, Great Hall

  • Konstantin Yemelyanov (piano)
  • Alexei Melnikov (piano)
  • Andrei Gugnin (piano)

19 May 2020, Tuesday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Dedicated to David Oystrakh’s 110th anniversary
Recording of the concert on 13 September 2018, Great Hall
Soloist: Sergei Girshenko (violin)
The Moscow Conservatory Concert Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Anatoly Levin
Performed:
Max Bruch. Scottish Fantasy

18 May 2020, Monday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
W. A. Mozart. Zaïde, an unfinished Singspiel (1780): concert performance
Recording of the concert on 10 March 2020, Rachmaninoff Hall
Soloists:

  • Anastasia Belukova (soprano)
  • Vladimir Dmitruk (tenor)
  • Yuri Rostotsky (tenor)
  • Stanislav Li (baritone)
  • Maxim Osokin (bass)

Male ensemble of the Moscow Conservatory Chamber Chorus
Artistic Director: Alexander Solovyev
The Moscow Conservatory Chamber Orchestra
Artistic Director and Conductor: Felix Korobov
Narrator: Danil Lavrenov

15 May 2020, Friday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
The 17th International Festival The Universe of Sound
Recording of the concert on 27 May 2019, Great Hall
In the margins of the Cross Year of Culture and Tourism of Turkey and Russia
Soloists:

  • Angela Ahıskal (soprano)
  • Serdar Rasul (cello)

The Moscow Conservatory Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Burak Tüzün
Performed:
Can Atilla. Symphony No. 2 Gallipoli, Regiment 57

14 May 2020, Thursday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
From the cycle Guests of the Moscow Conservatory Rector
Meeting with David Geringas
The recording of 25 April 2018

13 May 2020, Wednesday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Dmitry Kaprin (piano)
Recording of the concert on 17 September 2019, Small Hall
Performed:
F. Chopin

  • Polonaise-fantasia in A-flat major, op. 61
  • Twelve Etudes, op. 10
  • Twelve Etudes, op. 25

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The Eighth International Open Online Festival of Arts Dedicated to the Victory Day
The Students’ Online Festival Memory of Musical Hearts

11 May 2020, Monday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Alexandra Pakhmutova’s recital
Recording of the concert on 14 May 2015, the Great Hall
Soloists:

  • Venera Ghimadiyeva (soprano)
  • Alexey Tatarintsev (tenor)
  • Andrei Zhilikhovsky (baritone)
  • Vladislav Lavrik (trumpet)
  • Anderi Dubov (piano)

The Moscow Conservatory Chamber Chorus
The Symphony Orchestra of Russia’s Ministry of Defence
Conductor: Colonel Sergei Duryghin

10 May 2020, Sunday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
“Leningrad and the Victory”
Recording of the concert on 10 May 2015, the Great Hall
Soloist: Yakov Dubravin (piano & voice)
Female Chorus of the Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov St Petersburg Music College
Artistic Director & Conductor: Sergey Yekimov
Special Guest: Eteri Beriashvili (pop singing)

9 May 2020, Saturday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
“The Unconquerable and Legendary One”
Recording of the concert on 6 May 2019, the Great Hall
The Alexander Alexandrov Song and Dance Academic Company of Russia’s Army
Artistic Director & Commandor: Colonel Gennady Sachenyuk

9 May 2020, Saturday, Online Broadcast, 16:30
The Moscow Conservatory’s Young Stars
Recording of the concert on 25 January 2020, Great Hall
Soloists:

  • Darya Volkova (soprano)
  • Viktoria Tulskaya (violin)
  • Grigory Filipchenko (cello)
  • Vladimir Ivanov & Xenia Parfinovich (piano)

The Rubinstein Trio:

  • Arina Zelenina (violin)
  • Vladislav Almakayev (cello)
  • Nikita Kaplunov (piano)

Quintet:

  • Olyona Beznosikova-Poltoratskaya (flute)
  • Ruzalia Kasimova (clarinet)
  • Vasily Nosakov (French horn)
  • Vladimir Yelistratov (bassoon)
  • Valentina Shvetsova (piano)

Quintet:

  • Ekaterina Rozhdestvenskaya (flute)
  • Anna Limanovskaya (oboe)
  • Margarita Pichuzhkina (viola)
  • Maria Andreyeva (cello)
  • Anton Verenitsyn (celesta)

Sextet:

  • Artyom Vasilyev (flute)
  • Pavel Cherednichenko (oboe)
  • Daniil Paseka (clarinet)
  • Mikhail Sumenkov (French horn)
  • Alexei Levin (bassoon)
  • Viktoria Korolyonok (piano)

Chamber Orchestra The Academy of Russian Music
Conductor: Ivan Nikiforchin
Performed:

  • F. Mendelssohn. Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor: mvt 4
  • W. A. Mozart. Adagio and Rondo in C minor for flute, oboe, viola, cello and celesta, KV 617
  • J. Offenbach. Olympia’s couplets from Les contes d’Hoffmann
  • L. Thuille. Gavotte from Sextet in B-flat major for flute, oboe, clarinet, French horn, bassoon and piano, op. 6
  • N. Rimsky-Korsakov. Quintet in B-flat major for flute, clarinet, French horn, bassoon and piano: mvt 1
  • V. Grokhovsky. The Gypsy Rhapsodie
  • G. Sollima. Lamentatio
  • D. Shostakovich. Chamber Symphony in C minor for string orchestra, op. 110а

9 May 2020, Saturday, Online Broadcast, 12:00
Welcoming address by Vitaly Katkov, Vice-Rector of Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory’s Concert Activities and Honored Art Worker of Russia
The Immortal Regiment
The conservatory students, teachers and their children tell about the battle-fromt veterans.

8 May 2020, Friday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
“Do Russians want to war?”
Recording of the concert on 16 May 2019, the Great Hall
Actors and actresses of the Moscow State Theater Mark Zakharov’s Lenkom:

  • Dmitry Gisbrecht
  • Pavel Kapitonov
  • Lyubov Matyushina
  • Semyon Shkalikov
  • Alexandra Volkova
  • Valery Yaryomenko
  • Elena Yesenina
  • Anna Zaykova

Soloists:

  • Evgeny Kungurov (baritone)
  • Tigran Matinian (tenor)
  • Evgenia Krivitskaia (organ)

The Moscow Conservatory Chamber Chorus
Jazz Band directed by Anton Silayev
Author of the project: Irina Musaelian

8 May 2020, Friday, Online Broadcast, 16:00
Recording of the concert on 9 May 2018, Small Hall
Soloists:

  • Christina Aglints (singing)
  • Evgenia Krivitskaia (organ)
  • Hidaka Shino (piano), Japan

The Moscow Conservatory Chamber Chorus
Conductors: Sergei Yekimov & Alexander Solovyev
Narrators: Nikita Vysotsky & Pyotr Tataritsky
Performed:
Songs by Vladimir Vysotsky in various arrangements
V. Agafonnikov. In Memory of My Brother (vocalise)
K. Bodrov. Chorale from the incidental music to the movie Sobibor

8 May 2020, Friday, Online Broadcast, 14:00
Recording of the concert on 11 September 2019, Great Hall
Kuzma Bodrov. Incidental music to Konstantin Khabensky’s movie Sobibor (2018)
Soloists:

  • Hayk Kazazian (violin)
  • Vasily Stepanov (cello)

The Moscow Conservatory Chamber Chorus
Conductor: Alexander Solovyev
The State Syphony Orchestra New Russia
Conductor: Denis Vlasenko
Narrator: Igor Gordin, a theater and movie actor

8 May 2020, Friday, Online Broadcast, 12:30
Marta Glazkova speaks on the project The Immortal Regiment and on the festival Memory of Musical Hearts

8 May 2020, Friday, Online Broadcast, 11:30
The Altair Studio: a documentary film The Tchaikovsky Squadron (2012)
Filmmaker: Tatiana Yurina
Cameraman: Valery Nikonov
Speakers: Yaroslava Kabalevskaya & Svyatoslav Golubenko

7 May 2020, Thursday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
On Peter Tchaikovsky’s 180th anniversary
Recording of the concert on 23 January 2020, the Great Hall
The Moscow Conservatory Concert Symphony Orchestra
Artistic Director & Conductor: Anatoly Levin
Soloist: Nikita Borisoglebsky (violin)
Performed:
Peter Tchaikovsky

  • Concerto in D major for violin and orchestra, op. 35
  • Mozartiana, Suite No. 4 in G major, op. 61

6 May 2020, Wednesday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
“The Hero City of Moscow”
Recording of the concert on 7 September 2019, the Great Hall
The Song and Dance Academic Company of Russia’s National Guard
Artistic Director, Chief Conductor & Commandor: One-star General Viktor Yeliseyev
Performed:
Music of the war-time Soviet composers and popular folk songs

5 May 2020, Tuesday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Recording of the concert on 9 May 2018, the Great Hall
The Moscow Conservatory Chamber Chorus
Artistic Director & Chief Conductor: Alexander Solovyev
Soloist: Ekaterina Mechetina (piano)

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1 May 2020, Friday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
The 149th celebration of the graduates. Concert of the graduates: Part Two
Recording of the concert on 20 June 2018, the Great Hall

30 April 2020, Thursday, Online Broadcast, 21:00
Dedicated to Vladimir Tarnopolsky’s 65th anniversary
The Contemporary Music Laboratory
Recording of the concert lecture on 22 February 2020 at the Concert Hall of the Khoroschool (Moscow)
Ensemble of Soloists of The Studio for New Music
Artistic Director: Vladimir Tarnopolsky
Soloist: Olesya Rostovskaya (thereminvox)
Performed:
Tristan Murail. Treize couleurs du soleil couchant for flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano
Kazimierz Serocki. Swinging Music for clarinet, trombone, cello and piano
Camille Saint-Saëns. Le Cygne from Le carnaval des aminaux (transcription for thereminvox and piano by Olesya Rostovskaya)
Joseph Schillinger. Aerophonic Suite for thereminvox and ensemble

30 April 2020, Thursday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
The 149th celebration of the graduates. Concert of the graduates: Part One
Recording of the concert on 20 June 2018, the Great Hall

29 April 2020, Wednesday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Hame Iranam (My Entire Iran)
Recording of the concert on 12 May 2019, the Great Hall
The 17th International Music Festival The Universe of Sound
Hosein Nourshargh (Iranian classical singing)
The Orchestra Leggiero
Art Director & Conductor: Jeremy Walker
Guest performers on Iranian classical instruments:

  • Azadeh Amiri (tar)
  • Leila Zahireddini (oud)
  • Pegah Zohdi (santur)
  • Alireza Daryaei (kamanche)
  • Hamid Ghanbary (percussion)

Performed: mysic by Kambiz Roshanravan

28 April 2020, Tuesday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Mikhail Voskresensky (piano)
Maria Voskresenskaya (piano)
Recording of the concert on 15 March 2019, the Small Hall
In memory of Ekaterina Voskresenskaya
The Moscow Conservatory Chamber Orchestra
Art Director & Conductor: Felix Korobov
J. S. Bach performed:

  • Concerto in D minor for clavier and orchestra, BWV 1052
  • Concerto in C major for two claviers and orchestra, BWV 1061
  • Suite No. 2 in B minor for orchestra, BWV 1067

27 April 2020, Monday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Master class of choral conducting taught by Vladimir Minin
The recording of 17 December 2019

23 April 2020, Thursday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Virtuoso pieces for violin by W. A. Mozart
Recording of the concert on 31 October 2018, the Great Hall: Part Two
The St Petersburg Symphony Orchestra
Conductor & Soloist: Sergei Stadler (violin)
Guest soloist: Yulia Muzychenko (soprano)
Performed:

  • Adagio in E major for violin and orchestra, KV 261
  • Non temer, amato bene... Idamante’s aria from Idomeneo, KV 490
  • Violin Concerto from Haffner Serenade in D major, KV 250
  • Concerto No. 7 in D major for violin and orchestra, KV 271i: 3rd movement
  • Night Serenade in D major, KV 239

22 April 2020, Wednesday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Virtuoso pieces for violin by W. A. Mozart
Recording of the concert on 31 October 2018, the Great Hall: Part One
The St Petersburg Symphony Orchestra
Conductor & Soloist: Sergei Stadler (violin)
Performed:
Cassation in G major, KV 63: 1st and 5th movements
Three Rondos for violin and orchestra:

  • B-flat major, KV 269
  • F major, KV 185
  • C major, KV 373

Concerto in A major for clarinet and orchestra, KV 622:
transcription for violin and orchestra by Sergei Stadler 

21 April 2020, Tuesday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
From the cycle Guests of the Moscow Conservatory Rector
Meeting with Metropolitan Hilarion
The recording of 26 March 2018

20 April 2020, Monday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
On Yuri Ayrapetian’s Anniversary
Recording of the concert on 22 October 2018, the Great Hall: Part Two
The Moscow Conservatory Concert Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Anatoly Levin
Soloists:
Andrei Bulatov (piano)
Elena Lelidis (piano)
Anastasia Nesterova (piano)
Performed:
P. Tchaikovsky. Concerto No. 1 in D-flat major for piano and orchestra, op. 23
S. Prokofiev. Concerto No. 2 in G minor for piano and orchestra, op. 16

10 April 2020, Friday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
On the 70th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Russia and China
Recording of the concert on 22 September 2019, the Great Hall
The Moscow Conservatory Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Vyacheslav Valeyev
Soloist: Lu Chao (piano), China
Performed:
Xian Xinghai. The Yellow River, concerto for piano and orchestra. Part Four (arrangement of the similarly-named cantata by Chu Wanghua, Liu Zhuang, Sheng Lihong, Shi Shucheng, Xu Feisheng and Yin Chengzong)
S. Rachmaninoff. Concerto No. 2 in C minor for piano and orchestra, op. 18

9 April 2020, Thursday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Concert of the International Lent Choir Festival
Recording of the concert on 24 April 2019, the Great Hall
Metropolitan Hilarion. Sacred music for chorus a cappella, Stabat Mater, The Song of Ascention
Russia’s National Youth Symphony Orchestra
The Academic Large Chorus Virtuosi of Choral Singing
Conductor: Lev Kontorovich
Soloists:
Polina Shamayeva (mezzo-soprano)
Vyacheslav Vorobyov (tenor)
Dmitry Kuznetsov (baritone)
The organ part: Tatiana Andrianova

7–8 April 2020, Tuesday-Wednesday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Master class taught by Yuri Temirkanov
Part One (7 Apr.). Part Two (8 Apr.)
The recording as of 26 March 2019, Room 21

6 April 2020, Monday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
On Yuri Ayrapetian’s Anniversary
Recording of the concert on 22 October 2018, the Great Hall: Part One
The Moscow Conservatory Concert Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Anatoly Levin
Soloists:
Grant Ayrapetian (piano)
Ekaterina Ledenyova (piano)
Maria Bobrina (piano)
Performed:
J. S. Bach. Concerto in F minor for piano and orchestra
L. van Beethoven. Concerto No. 4 for piano and orchestra

3 April 2020, Friday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Anton Arensky. Rafael, an opera
Musical scenes from the time of Renaissance
(in memory of the 125th anniversary of the premiere)
Recording of the concert on 7 October 2019, the Rachmaninoff Hall
The project Rebirth of Russia’s Classical Opera
Soloists:

  • Anastasia Belukova (soprano)
  • Chingis Ayusheyev (tenor)
  • Vladimir Dmitruk (tenor)
  • Mikhail Golovushkin (bass)

The Moscow Conservatory Chamber Chorus
Artistic Director & Conductor: Alexander Solovyev
The Moscow Conservatory Chamber Orchestra
Stage Manager & Conductor: Felix Korobov, Artistic Director of the Moscow Conservatory Chamber Orchestra
The concept of Prof. Irina Skvortsova, Chairwoman of Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory’s Russian Music History Division

2 April 2020, Thursday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Recording of the concert on 19 September 2018, Small Hall
The Moscow Trio:
Alexander Bonduryansky (piano)
Vladimir Ivanov (violin)
Mikhail Utkin (cello)
Performed:

  • J. Haydn. Trio in C major
  • L. van Beethoven. Trio No. 5 in D major, op. 70 no. 1
  • S. Rachmaninoff. Elegical Trio No. 2 in D minor

1 April 2020, Wednesday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Recording of the concert on 14 November 2018, Great Hall
The Moscow Conservatory Concert Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Anatoly Levin
Soloist: Mikhail Voskresensky (piano)
Guest performers: The Moscow Conservatory Chamber Chorus
Pieces by L. van Beethoven were performed.

30–31 March 2020, Monday-Tuesday, Online Broadcast, 19:00
Faustas Latenas. Recital:
Part 1 (30 March). Part 2 (31 March)
Recording of the concert on 20 September 2018, Great Hall
David Geringas (cello)
The Moscow Conservatory Concert Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Anatoly Levin
Guest performers:

  • Ruta Lipinaititė (violin)
  • Indrė Baikštitė (piano)

String Quartet Art vio:

  • Ingrida Rupaitė-Petrikėnė (1st violin)
  • Kristionas Venslovas (2nd violin)
  • Tomas Pėtrikis (viola)
  • Povilas Jacunskas (cello)

27 March, Friday, 19:00
Great Hall
Daniel Kramer and His Friends

  • Daniel Kramer (piano)
  • Daria Chernakova (double-bass)
  • Alexander Zinger (percussions)

26 March 2020, Thursday, 19:00
Great Hall
The Drum Man
Petr Glavatskikh (percussions)
K. Abe. Variations on John Dowland’s Pavane Lachrimae for marimba
P. Glavatskikh

  • The Drum Man for a surdo drum
  • Jembe Telegraph for a jembe drum

А. Syumak. The Oath for marimba
N. J. Živković. Ilijaš for marimba
Ia. Xenakis. Rebonds (Part ‘B’) for percussions
А. Piazzolla — E. Sammut. Liebertango, transcription for marimba

25 March, Wednesday, 19:00
Great Hall
Alexei Melnikov (piano)
To be performed:
F. Chopin
Three mazurkas, op. 63
Two nocturnes, op. 27
Ballade No. 4 in F minor, op. 52
S. Rachmaninoff

  • Two étude-tableaux, op. 33: C minor, C major
  • Two preludes, op. 23: D major, C minor
  • Two preludes, op. 32: B minor, D-flat major

24 March, Tuesday, 19:00
Great Hall
Moscow Virtuosi
Artistic Director & Principal Conductor: Vladimir Spivakov
Soloists:
Alexei Lundin (violin), Pyotr Nikiforov (violin), Anton Kulapov (viola), Vasily Danilets (viola), Daniil Shavyrin (cello), Alexei Kropotov (cello)
To be performed:
R. Strauss. Sextet, an introduction to the opera Capriccio
P. Tchaikovsky. Souvenir de Florence, string sextet, op. 70 

23 March, Monday, 19:00
Great Hall
“A symphonic fantasy of organ”
Konstantin Volostnov (organ)
To be performed:
J. S. Bach

  • Fantasia on the chorale tune Komm, Gott Schöpfer, heiliger Geist
  • Fantasia on the chorale tune Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland

A. K. Glazunov. Fantasia, op. 110
J. P. Sweelinck. Fantasia in an ‘echo’ manner
J. S. Bach. Fantasia and Fugue in G Minor
С. Franck. Fantaisie in A major, op. 35
F. Liszt. Fantasia and Fugue on the theme of the chorale Ad nos, ad salutarem undam from G. Meyerbeer’s opera Le prophète 

22 March, Sunday, 19:00
Great Hall

Nikolai Lugansky (piano)
To be performed:
С. Franck, L. van Beethoven, S. V. Rachmaninoff

21 March, Saturday, 19:00
Great Hall

Chamber Ensemble The Soloists of Moscow
Artistic Director, conductor and soloist: Yuri Bashmet (viola)
To be performed:
E. Lolashvili. Nostalgia. Adagio for viola and strings
E. Grieg. Two Norwegian Folk Tunes for strings, op. 63
P. I. Tchaikovsky. Nocturne in D Minor for viola and strings, op. posth.
Т. Takemitsu. Blues and Waltz from film music
F. P. Schubert — G. Mahler. Der Tod und das Mädchen, arrangement of String
Quartet in D Minor, D810


Концерты


21
МАР
2020

Юрий Башмет (альт). Камерный ансамбль «Солисты Москвы»

22
МАР
2020

Николай Луганский (фортепиано)

23
МАР
2020

«Орган: симфоническая фантазия». Константин Волостнов (орган)

24
МАР
2020

«Виртуозы Москвы»: ансамбль солистов оркестра

25
МАР
2020

Алексей Мельников (фортепиано)

26
МАР
2020

«Человек-Барабан». Пётр Главатских (ударные)

27
МАР
2020

Даниил Крамер и друзья

30
МАР
2020

Фаустас Латенас. Авторский вечер. Часть I

31
МАР
2020

Фаустас Латенас. Авторский вечер. Часть II

1
АПР
2020

Михаил Воскресенский (фортепиано)

2
АПР
2020

К 120-летию со дня открытия Малого зала Московской консерватории

3
АПР
2020

А. С. Аренский. Опера «Рафаэль»

6
АПР
2020

К юбилею Юрия Айрапетяна. Часть I

7
АПР
2020

Мастер-класс Юрия Темирканова. Часть I

8
АПР
2020

Мастер-класс Юрия Темирканова. Часть II