Концерт состоялся 7 February 2018 года
Series: Cathedral's Eve, Musical Dialogues
The concert features:

Anastasia Sidelnikova (organ)
Daria Goncharova (flute)
Vladimir Vyatkin (oboe)

Programme: A. Vivaldi, G.Ph. Telemann, A. Marcello, J.S. Bach, C.W. Gluck, A. Piazzolla, E. Morricone

Could Vivaldi immagine that his compositions would be performed by mobile devices? Old music is extremly up-to-date, to the extent that some baroque hits even seem insipid and boring. But quite a lot of wonderful music of the old masters is unfamiliar to the wide audience. Tonight’s programme includes pieces by baroque masters: Vivaldi, Telemann, Bach, Gluck. And each piece demonstrates how versatile a genius can be. Chamber music is performed by few instruments. But  the fewer they are, the better we discern their identity. Tonight we will have a chance to estimate the percentage of the southern sun in Italian compositios, to appreciate exquisite combinations of ideas and dialogues in the philosophical pieces by German composers and to realize out of a sudden that Astor Piazzolla and Ennio Morricone, who are much closer to us in terms of time, originate in the same musical root as their colleagues who lived three centuries earlier.

Soloist of the Moscow State Academic Philharmonic Society, Laureate of international competitions
Anastasia Sidelnikova (organ)

Soloist of the Moscow State Academic Philharmonic Society, Laureate of international competitions
Daria Goncharova (flute)

Soloist of the Moscow State Academic Philharmonic Society, Laureate of international competitions
Vladimir Vyatkin (oboe)

A. Vivaldi

Concerto for organ, RV 593 (in 3 parts)

G.Ph. Telemann

Trio sonata for flute, oboe and continuo

J.S. Bach

Two chorale preludes “Allein Gott in der Hoh’ sei Ehr'”, BWV 662, 663

Concerto for oboe d’amore and orchestra, BWV 1055 (arranged for oboe and organ)

Sicilienne from the Sonata for flute solo in A minor, BWV 1013/3

D. Buxtehude

Passacaglia for organ in D minor

A. Vivaldi

Concerto for piccolo in C major, RV 443 (II and III parts)

A. Marcello – J.S. Bach

Concerto for oboe and continuo in D minor

C.W. Gluck

Melody from “Orfeo ed Euridice” (arranged for flute and organ)

J.S. Bach

Concerto for violin, oboe and orchestra in D minor, BWV 1056R (arranged for flute, oboe and organ)

E. Morricone

Gabriel’s Oboe from “The Mission”

A. Piazzolla

“Spring”, “Oblivion” and “Libertango” (arranged for flute, oboe and organ)

We listened to: Flute, Kuhn Organ, Oboe, Organ

Tags: Popular classics, Virtuoso performance