Концерт состоялся 22 October 2017 года
Серия: Musical Dialogues

Выступали:

Elena Tsybko (organ)
Moscow Chamber Orchestra of the Pavel Slobodkin Centre

В программе: J.S. Bach, F. Schubert

“Music has here buried a rich treasure, but much fairer hopes”. The author of the epitaph is unknown, but how true is what he said! Franz Schubert lived a very brief life but succeeded in creating plenty of amazing music. Tonight we have a chance to listen to some of his numerous masterpieces: octet for strings and winds reminding of Schubert’s themes, the light and serene Fifth Symphony written at the age of 19 and the world-famous “Ave Maria” inspired by a poem by Walter Scott. The Chamber Orchestra of the Pavel Slobodkin Centre conducted by Ilya Gaysin presents a refined and colorful interpretation capable of offering new sensations even to convinced admirers of these pieces of the great German composer.
What’s more, Schubert’s works will be accompanied by masterpieces of another genius, Johann Sebastian Bach, performed on one of the best organs in Russia.

Laureate of international competitions
Elena Tsybko (organ)

J.S. Bach

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F. Schubert

Octet for two violins, viola, cello, contrabass, clarinet, bassoon and French horn (fragments)

 

J.S. Bach

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F. Schubert

Symphony no. 5

 

J.S. Bach

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F. Schubert

“Ave Maria”

В концерте звучали: Kuhn Organ, Orchestra

В нескольких словах (теги): A romantic evening, Organ and orchestra, Popular classics