Singer expressed his deep regret that he had to withdraw from the recitals Russian renowned baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky has postponed recitals in Kaliningrad and Moscow and cancelled a concert in Vienna scheduled for March 7 after being advised to continue treatment for his brain tumor, the singer wrote on his site. “Dmitri Hvorostovsky is postponing…Details
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The importance of Beethoven’s sonatas as of a sort of “creative laboratory” in which the composer developed the fundamentals of his style is generally recognized. It was in this form that Beethoven mastered the dialectical method, moulded his themes and reached unprecedented heights in the development of musical ideas and images. Many of his piano…Details
The symphonic suite “Scheherazade” written by N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov in 1883 is one of the masterpieces of Russian classical music on Oriental themes. The suite is based on the “Arabian Nights”. The composer originally gave subtitles to individual parts of the suite, but later deleted them and left ony the title and the general programme.…Details
The First Symphony, begun in March of 1866, was done anew by the composers twice. In this new (already third!) editing “Winter Dreams” was soon presented to the Moscow audience. Its premiere was given by the Russian Musical Society on February 3, 1868, under the baton of N. Rubinstein. “…The performance signified Tchaikovsky’s first outstanding…Details
During the summer of 1788 Wolfgang Mozart composed three symphonies representing the acme of the symphonic work of the great Austrian composer: Symphony No. 39 in E-flat major, Symphony No. 40 in G minor and Symphony No. 41 in C major (“Jupiter”) cf which the G minor symphony with its sincere iyrics passion and ingenuousness…Details
Mozart’s violin concertos occupy a prominent place among his numerous and diverse violin compositions. They were written in connection with his concert activity as soloist and first violinist in the Salzburg orchestra. The great Austrian composer was not only a clavier virtuoso, but a superb violinist as well. Mozart’s violin concertos belong among his early…Details
The Requiem Mass is based on the text of a medieval Catholic funeral service. Its messages are the Day of Wrath, the Last Judge’s terrible punishment onto the sinners, their fierce pleading for mercy, the allmighty and relentless God and the merciful Jesus Christ. Neither the religious dogma, nor mysticism prevail in Mozart’s Requiem, which…Details
The Orthodox Church alone has kept so far the ancient Christian conception that the liturgical music should be only vocal. Way back in the IV c. St. Jerome has said that a Christian maiden should have an aversion for the heathen instruments and that it is not even befitting her to know the difference between…Details
Mamed Mamedovich Orudzhev, clarinettist. Teacher of clarinet (since 1966, since 1980 – professor).
Victor Vladimirovich Petrov, clarinettist. Teacher of clarinet (since 1951, since 1971 – professor).
Alexander Vassilyevich Korneyev, fluttist. Teacher of flute (since 1964, since 1982 – professor).
Yuri Nickolayevich Dolzhikov, flutist. Teacher of flute (since 1964, since 1985 – professor). With his pupils.
Mamed Mirzoyevich Zeinaliv, trombonist. Teacher of trombone (since 1963, since 1984 – professor).
Yuri Alexeevich Uson, trumpeter. Teacher of trumpet (since 1960, since 1981 – professor). With his pupils.
Mstislav Anatolyevich Smirnov, pianist. Teacher of Chair of Concertmstery (since 1951, since 1974 – professor), dean of Piano Department (1969-1972), prorector for scientific work (1972-1987), head of Chair of Concartmastery (since 1964). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.
Yevgeny Mikhailovich Shenderovich, pianist. Teacher of Chair of Concertmaster (since 1976, since 1986 – professor). People`s Artist of the RSFSR.
Vladimir Yuryevich Grigoryev, violinist. Teacher of Chair of Theory and History of Interpretative Art (since 1958, since 1986 – professor). Head of Chair of Theory and History of Interpretative Art.
Kirill Lvovich Vinogradov (1913-1990), pianist. Teacher of Chair of Concertmastery (since 1965, since 1985 – professor).
Sculpture of S.V. Rachmaninov, which is on the landing into the Rachmaninov-Hall of the Conservatoire.
At the concert in the Small Hall of the Conservatoire.