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Arts Calendar / September 28 / Concerts
20:30 Autumn Duets
"Autumn Duets" is a duet of an organ of the laureate of an international competition Alexey Shmitov and a violin of the laureate of international competitions Ksenia Dubrovskaya (Germany). The Vienna Opera soloist Nikolay Borchev (baritone) and laureate of an international competition Maria Aria (soprano) will be soloists. The program includes compositions by German composers: J.S. Bach, F. Schubert, J. Rheinberger, J. Haydn, F. Mendelssohn, R. Strauss and others.
Roman Catholic Cathedral of Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary 
19:00 Tippett, Bucks
Gennady Rozhdestvensky, one of today's greatest conductors, presents his own concert cycle "Albion" in Moscow Philharmonic which he tells about British composers in. Performer - The State Symphony Capella of Russia. Conducted and commented by Gennady Rozhdestvensky. Soloist - Sasha Rozhdestvensky (violin). In program: Tippett (Symphony # 4), Bucks. Rozhdestvensky is the recipient of the French Legion of honour, of the Japanese Order of the Rising Sun, and an Honorary Member of the Stockholm and British Academies. For many years, he also headed the Moscow Radio Orchestra and became the first Soviet conductor, ever to be appointed principal conductor of various foreign orchestras: the BBC Symphony Orchestra in London, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, and the Stockholm Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Rozhdestvensky has maintained his reputation for adventurous programming in his many recordings and live performances. Known for his balanced and refined interpretations of Romantic and twentieth century music, he premiered numerous twentieth century works. Sasha Rozhdestvensky is considered to be one of Russia’s finest young violinists. Yehudi Menuhin pronounced him to be "one of the most talented and refined violinists of his generation," while the legendary violinist Ivry Gitlis said of him: "He belongs to the great line of outstanding artists. His approach and relationship to music and the violin is intense, highly sensitive and intelligent." He has appeared internationally with leading orchestras and world famous conductors. Sasha Rozhdestvensky has recorded numerous works for the THESIS and CHANDOS labels, appeared at major festivals, and has performed in all of the world's major halls, always to great acclaim.
Moscow Conservatoire Bolshoi Zal 
19:00 Valeri Grohovski: from Bach to Beatles
One of the most famous Russian musician Valeri Grohovski (piano) and his guests: Aleksey Utkin (oboe), Anatoliy Kroll (piano, conductor), Misha (vocal) present the eclectic program "From Bach to Beatles". Born in Moscow, Valeri Grohovski received his musical training and doctorate from the prestigious Gnessin Music schools. After winning a national piano competition in the former U.S.S.R. he was permitted to compete abroad where he proceeded to win numerous competitions in both Europe and the United States. Valeri Grohovski has performed extensively around the world, awing audiences with his unique combination of formidable classical repertoire and his virtuoso jazz improvisations. "I haven't come across Grohovski before (born Moscow in 1960 and currently professor and artist-in-residence at San Antonio University in Texas), but I was happy to make his aquaintance. This is the sort of Bach playing which makes you glad to be alive - rhythmically exuberant, jaunty tempos, no heavy-handed reverence - in music that frequently sends both hands scurrying after each other round the keyboard. Yet the wistful, late-night musing that Grohovski brings to the slow movement of the Italian Concerto and the Sarabande in the fifth partita, for example, is most affecting. Lovely disc" (Bel Air BAM Jeremy Nicholas from CLASSIC FM magazine, November 2002). "Valeri Grohovski is that rarest of musicians: he plays always with perfect taste" (Tatiana Petrova, President Gnessin Music College). "One of the finest classical pianists in the world, Valeri Grohovski accomplishes what few others would even attempt when he crosses freely from classical into jazz - without an accent!" (Christopher Wilkins, Conductor San Antonio Symphony). "Valeri is a consummate musician whose diversity is without peer. There simply is not another pianist in the world who is classically competitive and the envy of jazz pianists who have devoted their lives solely to jazz performance" (James Biotos).
MMDM Svetlanov Hall 
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