The high mass of Bach will be performed today in the program of the Trans-Siberian Art Festival in performance of an international team of soloists and Novosibirsk musicians
Today, March 30, in Arnold Kats State Concert Hall in Novosibirsk, the Mass in B minor by Johann Sebastian Bach will sound, followed by the title "The Great Mass." The monumental score, crowning the creative path of one of the greatest composers in the history of mankind, will be performed under the baton of the conductor Ilia Krol (Austria) performed by soprano Marie-Sophie Pollak (Germany), mezzo-soprano Catriona Morison (Great Britain), tenor Jan Petryka (Poland) bass Yasushi Hirano (Japan), Novosibirsk Choir Chapel and Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra. The organ will be performed by Jeremy Joseph (South Africa), wind instrument parties - Austrian musicians Hermann Ebner (horn), Sebastian Frese and Josef Bednarik (oboe).
Exclusive Siberian project and world premiere will be presented today at the Trans-Siberian Art Festival
Today, on March 29, the Trans-Siberian Art Festival will present to the public an exclusive project "Made in Siberia": musicians will appear on the stage, the fate of most of whom is connected with Novosibirsk; the program will include the world premiere of the Concerto for Violin and Orchestra created by the Siberian composer Andrey Molchanov. On April 4, the project "Made in Siberia" will be presented by the festival in Krasnoyarsk and will include the world premiere of the "Concert for the Chef and Orchestra", created by the Krasnoyarsk composer Mikhail Krutik.
A concert dedicated to the memory of the tragedy victims will be performed today at the Trans-Siberian Art Festival
Today in Novosibirsk in the program of the Trans-Siberian Art Festival will sound the concert In memoriam, dedicated to the memory of those died in the fire in Kemerovo. Stars of the world performing arts and Novosibirsk musicians will present a special program, which will include works of the appropriate theme and character. All funds from the concert will be sent to the victims and their families.
Vadim Repin’s concert dedicated to his mother took place in Arnold Kats State Concert Hall on March 26th. The violinist performed a two-hour solo program together with pianist Andrei Korobeinikov. His previous solo performance his native city heard 30 years ago. Some compositions of the program were changed: in memory of the victims of events in Kemerovo Sonata No.1 by Sergei Prokofiev sounded, one of the most tragic compositions for violin and piano. The concert was included in the program of the Trans-Siberian Art Festival.
On March 23, an exclusive concert of the Trans-Siberian Art Festival was held in the department of the Novosibirsk factory HC JSC “NEVZ-Soyuz ". Stars of the world performing art Vadim Repin and Alexander Buzlov, as well as young musicians and the octet of soloists of Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra conducted by Alim Shakhmametiev performed for the partners and friends of the festival who are supporting classical arts. At the concert the pre-premiere of Daniel Schnyder's "iGeneration" was performed, the genre of which the author defined as Concerto Grosso for violin, cello and two young solo violinists. The official world premiere of the composition took place the next day, March 24, at a concert of the Trans-Siberian Art Festival "Children play for Children".
Sofia Gubaidulina will first fly to Novosibirsk to attend the world premiere of her composition at the Trans-Siberian Art Festival
April 2nd, at Arnold Kats State Concert Hall, the world premiere of Sofia Gubaidulina's "Dialogue: I and You" will be performed by Vadim Repin and Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Andres Mustonen. The performance will be the culmination and at the same time the completion of the main program of the V Trans-Siberian Art Festival in Novosibirsk. The world premiere will be attended by its author, one of the largest living composers of nowadays. Also this evening will sound Gubaidulina's composition "The Horseman on a White Horse", "Unfinished Symphony" by Schubert and Piano Concerto by Schumann, soloist is Yukio Yokoyama.
The Swiss composer and saxophonist will perform in the Akademgorodok and distant regions of Novosibirsk region within the framework of the Trans-Siberian Art Festival
On March 23, the concert of Swiss composer and saxophonist Daniel Schnyder and Novosibirsk musicians - string quartet "Phaeton", Mikhail Belyaev (drums) and Vladimir Dranitsa (double bass) will be held at the House of Scientists of the SB RAS. Performers will present a conceptual program combining author compositions and improvisation, jazz and traditional chamber music. The performance will be included in the program of the Vth Trans-Siberian Art Festival. There will be music by Antonio Vivaldi, Georges Bizet, Manuel de Falla, Duke Ellington, Cole Porter, George Gershwin and Daniel Schnyder himself. Further this program will be presented in distant regions of Novosibirsk region, which appeared on the map of festival events this year for the first time: on March 25 the musicians will perform in Krasnozyorskoe, March 26 in Karasuk.
The world premiere of the concert for the new generation "iGeneration" will take place at the Trans-Siberian Art Festival
On March 24 at Arnold Kats State Concert Hall a concert "Children play for Children" will take place, in which young musicians will perform in front of their contemporaries. Students of the Zakhar Brohn Music School (Zurich), participants of the Trans-Siberian TONALi Tour project and young musicians from Novosibirsk and Kemerovo selected for the concert during the master classes of the Trans-Siberian Art Festival will take the stage. The program will include the world premiere of Daniel Schnyder's “iGeneration”, which genre the author has identified as Concerto Grosso for violin, cello and two young violin soloists. The play will be performed by artistic director of the Trans-Siberian Art Festival Vadim Repin, cellist Alexander Buzlov, students of the Zakhar Brohn School of Music (Zurich) Sophie Branson and Ilva Eigus and the Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra conducted by Alim Shakhmametiev.