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Masterpieces of world classics

17.09.2019
Isn't every day such concerts are perfomanced... Works by Carlo Gesualdo are opening this terrific Festival. Mikhail Glinka, Modest Mussorgsky, Adrian Mokanu, David Lang... MolOt ensemble is perfoming


The 21st September

The opening concert

MolOt ensemble of St. Petersburg was founded in March 2012 as an ensemble of the Youth Department of the Composers Union of Russia. The priority and specialization of the ensemble is the performance of late 20th-21st century music, and also the works of young Russian composers. During the course of its activity the ensemble participated in such festivals as ‘From avantgarde to present days’, ‘Sound ways’, ‘Fin de siecle’, ‘World of sound: Mircotonal innovations’ and premiered over 100 works by Russian and foreign composers in St. Petersburg. MolOt ensemble also took part in masterclasses of new music by Ensemble Recherche during the festival ‘Square of arts’. The ensemble performed at many prestigious venues such as the Chamber hall of M. Glinka St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Chamber hall of A. Glazunov St. Petersburg Conservatory, the Concert hall of the Composers’ House etc. The ensemble is one of the founding formations of International MolOt Festival.

 

The 28th of September

Works by a German composer Johannes Eccard

(Mansur Yusupov, Eugene Avramenko)

 

The 5th of October

Vecherok

Song cycle "Russian notebook" was written by Valery Gavrilin in 1965. This music is full of russian intonations and russian soul.

 

The 12th of October

Works by J.S.Bach, Alessandro Scarlatti, Claudio Monteverdi, Anton Bruckner, Felix Mendelssohn, Johannes Brahms, César Franck, Maurice Duruflé, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Arvo Pärt

Flensburg Bach-Choir

Conductor and organist - Matthias Yants

 

The 3rd of November

Night of art

XII International Festival "Masterpieces of world classics" Alexander Scriabin Symphony No. 3 in C minor (Op. 43) (The Divine Poem)

Kaliningrad Symphony Orchestra (artistic director Arkady Feldman) Alexander Gorbunov (conductor)

Nikolai Yavir (light part)

 

The 24th of November

All-Russia organ Day

Ville Urponen (organ)

Works by J.S.Bach, Camille Saint-Saëns, Jean Sibelius, Mikael Tariverdiev