Violinist Sergey Krylov will play solo and conduct Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra

6 february 2012, 12:00
On 9 and 10 February the concerts of Novosibirsk symphony orchestra under the direction of the laureate of international competitions Sergey Krylov took place at the Palace of Science of Academgorodok.

Sergey Krylov was opened to the musical world by Mstislav Rostropovitch who said about his young colleague: “I think Sergey Krylov enters today the five best violinists of the world”.

The musician performed at such prestigious venues as Berlin and Munich Philharmonics, the Musikverein and Konzerthaus halls in Vienna, Radio France Auditorium in Paris, Megaron in Athens, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, La Scala theater in Milan, as well as at music festivals in Santander and Granada, at the festival «Prague Spring».

Among the orchestras with which the violinist has worked: Vienna Symphony, English Chamber, Honored collective of Russia, Russian Academic symphony orchestra of St. Petersburg Philharmonic society, Russian national orchestra, State symphony orchestra «New Russia» and many others. And among the conductors: Mstislav Rostropovich, Valery Gergiev, Yuri Temirkanov, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Yuri Bashmet, Dmitry Kitayenko, Saulius Sondeckis, Mikhail Pletnev, Andrey Boreyko, Vladimir Jurowski, Dmitry Liss, Nicolas Luizotti, Yutaka Sado, Zoltan Kocsis, Gunther Herbig.

In 2006 after more than 15-year break (since 1989 Sergey Krylov has been living in Cremona, Italy), the violinist performed at home by giving a concert in Yekaterinburg with the Ural academic philharmonic orchestra under Dmitri Liss. Since then the musician is a frequent and welcome guest in Russia.

Since 2009 Sergei Krylov is the chief conductor of Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra. In 2010 the musicians took part at the VI annual international music festival «Crescendo».

The concert program is composed by masterpieces of world music: Symphony №3 by Beethoven, Concerto for Violin and Orchestra and Concert overture «Midsummer Night's Dream» by Mendelssohn.

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