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The Hobbit. Part 3. The Battle of the Five Armies

Concert in the Cathedral
on Malaya Gruzinskaya Street
19 / 12


December 19 (Saturday), 20:00–21:30

Address: 27/13 Malaya Gruzinskaya Street

Ticket prices 800 to 2000

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John Tolkien left a considerable imprint on the literature of the 20th century. Fantastic elements did not prevent adults from becoming his fans, to the point that many of them got engaged in role-playing games based on his books. Indeed not only did the author manage to create a world with its own history and geography, various languages and nations, but he also breathed life into it, so that it became an alternative reality. This reality may take on various forms: a role-playing game, or writing songs in the Elvish language, or a concert of classical, spiritual and folk compositions consonant with Tolkien’s world. The characters will materialize in sand animation, and the text of the great Professor will be recited by stage and film actress Ingeborga Lubomirska.

Laureate of international competitions
Anton Kotikov (saxophone, tin whistle, duduk)

Laureate of international competitions
Maria Kamysheva (percussion)

Laureate of international competitions
Maria Kulakova (harp)

Laureate of an all-Russian competition and an international competition, "Andrés Segovia – José Miguel Ruiz Morales" prize winner
Maria Moiseeva (organ)

Based on J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit, or There and Back Again

Music:

Greensleeves (old English song arranged for harp, organ and percussion)

 

J. Brahms

Chorale prelude Herzlich tut mich verlangen

 

R. Strauss

Introduction to symphonic poem Also sprach Zarathustra (arranged for organ and percussion by M. Moiseeva)

 

E. Gigout

Toccata for organ

 

A. Khachaturian

Sabre Dance from Gayane ballet (arranged for saxophone, organ and percussion by A. Kotikov)

 

C. Orff

O Fortuna (arranged for organ and percussion by M. Moiseeva)

 

Abarona Krycheva (Belarusian folk song arranged for tin whistle, harp and percussion)

 

M. Ravel

Boléro (arranged for orchestra and organ)

 

A. Kotikov

Confession

 

S. Prokofiev

Chuzhbog from  The Scythian Suite (arranged for saxophone, organ, harp and percussion by A. Kotikov)

 

R. Wagner

The Flight of Valkyries (arranged for orchestra and organ)

 

T. Albinoni

Adagio (arranged for saxophone and organ)

Please note that the programme may be subject to change.

We will listen to: Duduk, Harp, Orchestra, Organ, Percussion, Saxophone, Tin whistle, Voice

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