The season of Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra ended with a triumphant gala concert with opera stars
The gala concert of the IV Ildar Abdrazakov International Music Festival was held on June 28 at the State Concert Hall named after A. M. Kats. For the first time Siberia entered the tour map of the festival, which turns 4 this year. Together with Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra, the stars of the Russian opera stage performed: Ildar Abdrazakov, Vasily Ladyuk, Dmitry Korchak, Vasilisa Berzhanskaya and young singers participating in the educational program of the past and this year: Anastasia Lerman, Arseny Yakovlev, Victoria Shevchenko and Andrey Merkuliev. Conducted by Mikhail Granovsky.
The Orchestra of Russian folk instruments of Novosibirsk State Philharmonic Society went on a tour to Yekaterinburg. The ensemble will take part in the Ural Forum of Russian National Orchestras, which will be held for the first time at the Ural Center for Folk Art named after E.P. Rodygin from 28 to 30 May with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Sverdlovsk Region. The Orchestras from Ulyanovsk, Belgorod, the Republic of Bashkortostan also take part in the forum.
The VIIIth Trans-Siberian Art Festival was held in Novosibirsk from March 25 to April 26, 2021. Within the framework of the Festival, 20 events took place in Novosibirsk and in Novosibirsk region. Also, the concerts of the Festival were held in Krasnoyarsk and Moscow. In addition to the chamber, instrumental and symphonic genres the program of the 8th Forum also included a jazz concert. Russian and world premieres took place.
Conductor Charles Dutoit, winner of two Grammy awards, will perform with Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra
One of the most sought-after and famous conductors of our time, the winner of two Grammy awards, legendary conductor Charles Dutoit started rehearsing with the orchestra in Novosibirsk.
"Tobolsk princesses": the world premiere of the piece for orchestra at the Trans-Siberian Art Festival
Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra and the conductor Kazuki Yamada (Japan) are preparing a world premiere - concert piece for orchestra "Tobolsk princesses" by Elena Demidova, Novosibirsk composer, associate professor of Novosibirsk Conservatory named after M.I. Glinka. Performing premieres by contemporary composers is one of the honorable missions of the Trans-Siberian Art Festival.
The most versatile festival of the Novosibirsk Philharmonic season 2020, the White Festival, is over. From November 11 to December 25 eleven concerts took place at the best concert venues of the city, each of which became a real event: more than 3.5 thousand listeners attended the concerts. The transfer of the festival from the traditional end of summer to the winter period made it possible to significantly expand the range of genres and styles of festival programs, and they, in turn, are interconnected not only by the degree of uniqueness, but also by the white dress code traditional for the project.
The VII-th Trans-Siberian Art Festival will go down in history as the most unusual one, which was held in an extraordinary way, despite all the circumstances. In November 2019 at the announcing press conference the organizers of the festival led by the world famous violinist Vadim Repin spoke about the festival program, which was supposed to last from March to April 2020. Instead of the traditional 3-4 weeks, the festival lasted until December and was held in two stages, the program underwent extensive changes, and some of the concerts were held online.
Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra will traditionally open the concert season on Maestro Arnold Kats's birthday
“We are very sensitive to everything connected with Arnold Kats. For me and my colleagues, his name represents the primacy of the artistic over the petty practicality and the commercial component. "