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January
2020
January 2020
TICKETS
19 | 01 | 2020, su – 19:00
Hall named of N. Myaskovsky
Studio for New Music: Youth Lab

Program:

Tristan Murail
Transsahara express for bassoon and piano (1974)

Vyacheslav Artemov
Recitation V for bassoon solo (1977)

Béla Bartók
Contrasts for violin, clarinet and piano (1938)

Leonid Desyatnikov
Du côté de chez Swann for two pianos (1995)

Alban Berg
Four pieces op.5 for clarinet and piano (1913)

Xuntian He
Scent Dance IV for piano (2012)

Dai Fudjikura
Calling for bassoon solo (2011)

Beat Furrer
Presto for flute and piano (1997)

Performers:

Alena Taran, flute
Daria Vershinina, clarinet
Valentin Puzankov, bassoon
Ekaterina Zeinetdinova, violin
Dmitri Batalov, pianoVladislav Chubenko, piano

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29 | 01 | 2020, we – 19:00
Rachmaninov hall of Moscow conservatory
"I promised Lenin!"
Concert for the 100th anniversary of the thereminvox
Schillinger, Varèse, Martinů, Rostovskaya, Polovinkin

Program:

Joseph Schillinger
The first aerofonic suite for thereminvox and ensemble (1929)

Edgard Varèse
Octandre for eight instruments (1923)

Bohuslav Martinů
Fantasia for for thereminvox and ensemble (1944)

Olesya Rostovskaya
Two inventions for therminvox solo (2009)

Leonid Polovinkin
Electrificat for piano (1925)

György Ligeti
String quartet №2. Part 3 (1968)

Kaija Saariaho
Petals for cello (1988)

Henry Cowell
Ritmikana for piano (1931)

Performers:

Olesya Rostovskaya, thereminvox
Mona Khaba, piano
Olga Galochkina, electric cello

Studio for New Music ensemble

 

Olesya Rostovskaya

TICKETS
30 | 01 | 2020, th – 19:30
Russian State Humanitarium University, Mirror hall
The suite of mirrors: Sergey Slonimski
Compositions by Sergey Slonimski

Program:

Trio for violin, cello and piano (2000)

The Polish Verse for voice and flute (1963)

Lamento furioso for violin, clarinet and piano (1996)

Sonata for violin and piano (1986)

Performers:

Ekaterina Kichigina, soprano
Marina Rubinshtein, flute
Eugeniy Barkhatov, clariner
Natalia Cherkasova, piano
Andreu Vinnizki, percussions
Marina Katarzhnova, violin
Olga Galochkina, cello

February 2020
TICKETS
6 | 02 | 2020, th – 19:00
Rachmaninov hall of Moscow conservatory
Nikolay Sidelnikov
To the 90th birthday of the composer
Compositions by Nikolay Sidelnikov

Program:

 The Russian Fairytales. Concert for 12 musicians (1968)
Duels for cello and ensemble (1973)
In the Land of Sedge and Forget-me-nots for voice and piano. Fragments (1979)
Pieces for children for piano. Fragments (1971)

Performers:

Ekaterina Kichigina, soprano
Olga Galochkina, cello
Mona Khaba, piano
Natalia Cherkasova, piano

Studio for New Music ensemble
Conducter — Igor Dronov

TICKETS
13 | 02 | 2020, th – 19:00
Rachmaninov hall of Moscow conservatory
NewTon
Contemporary UK Music

Program:

Roger Redgate
Black Icons for solo cello and ensemble (2011)

Brian Ferneyhough
Coloratura for oboe and piano (1966)

Gerard McBurney
Cherry Cottage 1782 for piano solo (2013)

Steven Daverson
Elusive Tangibility III: Clandestine Haze for chamber ensemble (2011)

John Croft
Seirēnes III:Trio for bass flute, viola and cello (2013)

Mark-Anthony Turnage
Slide Stride for piano and string quartet (2002)

Oliver Knussen
…upon One Note. Fantasia after Purcell for clarinet, violin, cello and piano (1995)

Elena Firsova
Dalla luce alla luce for accordion, 2 violins, 2 violas and cello (2014)

Performers:

Anastasiya Tabankova, oboe
Olga Galochkina, cello
Sergey Chirkov, accordion
Natalia Cherkasova, piano

Studio for New Music ensemble
Conducter  — Igor Dronov

Special guest  — composer Mark-Anthony Turnage

As part of the year of United Kingdom and Russia

15 | 02 | 2020, sa – 19:00
Hall named of N. Myaskovsky
Carte Blanche
Ekaterina Fomizkaya, Ekaterina Markova
Igor Stravinsky, Eugeniy Sherbakov, Bohuslav Martinů, Fedor Druzhinin, Dmitri Shostakovich

Program:

Igor Stravinsky
Suite from Histoire du soldat for clarinet, violin and piano (1918)

Eugeniy Sherbakov
Suite for violin and piano in four parts (1997)

Sergey Prozhogin
Mit Wunderkerzen for viola solo (2017)

Lun Xingyu
The mist of the setting sun for violin solo (2019)

Fedor Druzhinin
Sinfonia a due for two violas In memory of Roman Rary (1987)

Dmitry Schostakovich
Sonata for viola and piano op. 147 (1975)

Performers:

Ekaterina Fomizkaya, violin
Ekaterina Markova, viola

Nikita Agafonov, clarinet
Aleksey Simakin, viola
Mona Khaba, piano

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March 2020
5 | 03 | 2020, th – 19:00
Rachmaninov hall of Moscow conservatory
Focus Genève: Michael Jarrell

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Special guest — Michael Jarrell

Michael Jarrell
Education
Born on October 8, 1958 in Geneva, Michael Jarrell studied composition at the Geneva Conservatory with Eric Gaudibert and at various workshops in the United States (Tanglewood, 1979). He completed his training with Klaus Huber at the Freiburg Staatliche Hochschule für Musik im Brisgau.

Prizes
Starting in 1982, his works have received numerous prizes: prix Acanthes (1983), Beethovenpreis from the city of Bonn (1986), Marescotti prize (1986), Gaudeamus (1988), Henriette Renié (1988), and Siemens-Förderungspreis (1990). Between 1986 and 1988, he was in residence at the Cité des Arts in Paris and took part in the computer music course at Ircam. He resided at the Villa Médicis in Rome during 1988/89, and then joined the Istituto Svizzero di Roma in 1989/90. He has received the Music Prize from the City of Vienna (Musikpreis der Stadt Wien 2010).

Career
From October 1991 to June 1993, he was composer in residence with the Lyon Orchestra. Beginning in 1993, he became professor of composition at the University in Vienna. In 1996, he was "composer in residence" at the Lucerne festival, and then was heralded by the Musica Nova Helsinki Festival, which dedicated the festival to him in 2000.
In 2001, the Salzburg Festival commissioned a concerto for piano and orchestra entitled Abschied. The same year, he was named "Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres".
In 2004, he was named professor of composition at the Geneva Conservatory.

Works
Michael Jarrell composes in 2016, Aquateinte for oboe and orchestra premiered by François Leleux in Frankfurt am Main, Salt Lake City, Monte Carlo and Bern. The same goes for two other concertos, Des nuages et des brouillards (violin and orchestra), Ilya Gringolts gives his first performance in Lausanne and Hong-Kong and Emergences-Résurgences (viola and orchestra) for Tabea Zimmermann in Strasbourg, Wien, Geneva and Berlin.
In 2017, his flute concerto ...Un temps de silence... composed for Emmanuel Pahud and Scharoun Ensemble, is premiered in Berliner Philharmonie.
A new opera, Bérénice adapted from Jean Racine (commissioned by Opera National de Paris) has been be created in 2018 in Paris with Barbara Hannigan (Bérénice) and Bo Skovhus (Titus).

19 | 03 | 2020, th – 19:30
Russian State Humanitarium University, Mirror hall
THE SUITE OF MIRRORS: Aleksandr Knaifel
Compositions by Aleksandr Knaifel

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April 2020
22 | 04 | 2020, we – 19:00
Rachmaninov hall of Moscow conservatory
Klaus Ospald

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Special guest — Klaus Ospald

May 2020
12 | 05 | 2020, tu – 19:00
Rachmaninov hall of Moscow conservatory
Nikolay Karetnikov
To the 90th birthday of the composer
Compositions by Nikolay Karetnikov

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13 | 05 | 2020, we – 19:00
Hall named of N. Myaskovsky
"Orchestra of Studio for New Music"

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21 | 05 | 2020, th – 19:30
Russian State Humanitarium University, Mirror hall
The suite of mirrors: Nikolay Sidelnikov
To the 90th birthday of the composer
Compositions by Nikolay Sidelnikov

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