CALENDAR
Season 2016-2017
UPCOMING CONCERTS
PAST CONCERTS
29 January 2016
'YELLOW STARS'
Charity Concert
Dedicated to the International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

The following musicians and actors will be onstage:
Maxim Vengerov with Bach Chaconne,
Sergey Nakariakov with Max Bruch Kol Nidrei, Polina Osetinskaya with Schostakovich piano concerto (part 2), Ksenia Rappoport with excerpt from the famous Grossman's novel 'Life and Fate', Vladimir Altschuler conducts Philharmonic orchestra, which presents Isaac Schwartz's symphony 'Yellow Stars, Purimspiel in a Ghetto', Concerto for Orchestra in seven parts. It is Maestro Altschuler who conducted the premiere of the symphony on the 10th May, 2000 in the Grand Hall.

The box office will be directed to the Foundation For Music Education Support to buy high-quality vintage violins for young musicians of the Secondary Special Music School of St. Petersburg Conservatory.

The Grand Hall of St. Petersburg Philharmonia
Tickets
5 December 2015
'French music evening'
Sophia Gyulbadamova
and
Grigory Kalinovsky

Duets for Violin and Piano
Faure, First Sonata
Poulenc Sonata
Frank Sonata

The Small Hall of St. Petersburg Philharmonic
21 November 2015
Daniel Hope and his friends.
AIR: 150 years of violin music in one evening
November 21 in St. Petersburg, he brought his famous project AIR: A Baroque Journey. This is a real disco of 1680s. It included both popular hits of the Baroque era, and completely unknown, recently discovered writings.
Daniel told about the works, as well as the fate of the great violinists of the past, who loved good wine and pretty women, they wrote fantastic music and did it all over Europe: in roadside taverns, Gothic cathedrals, and the court of King.

The Grand Hall of St. Petersburg Philharmonic
18 November 2015
24 Caprices for Solo Violin (Paganini)
Marianna Vasileva (violin)
Sergey Garmash

Marianna Vasileva is the only violinist, performing all 24 Paganini Caprices in one evening.
November 18, 2015 in the Great Hall of the Philharmonic violinist Marianna Vasilyeva performed twenty-four Caprices, and People's Artist of Russia Sergei Garmash read a novel from the series "Florentine Nights", where the last poet of the Romantic era Heinrich Heine tells us about his impressions of what he heard at Niccolo Paganini concert.

The Grand Hall of St. Petersburg Philharmonic
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