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Address: 27/13 Malaya Gruzinskaya Street

Концерт состоялся 27 December 2017 года


Before New Year’s Eve the capital’s pace becomes even more feverish. It is so difficult to make time for everything! For seeing how Christmas is celebrated in Europe… But Moscow is a city of miracles, and we can fulfil this dream without booking a flight or a railway ticket. All we need to do is to come to the most European place of Russia, to the Catholic Cathedral on Malaya Gruzinskaya street.


Freddy Cadena’s Festival Orchestra will shower you with confetti of joyful musical notes and take you to the merry Christmas fuss of ancient and beautiful European cities. Excellent opera soloists, Jury Bashet’s musicians,  selected repertoire. It is not often that elitarian classical music is offered in such a big way – only on feast days.

"Solveig" International Vocal Centre Ensemble of Soloists

Directed by Radomira Krasavina, laureate of an award of the Government of the Russian Federation

Laureate of international competitions
Alexey Solonovich (cello)

Laureate of international competitions
Ekaterina Spirkina (organ)

Freddy Cadena's Festival Orchestra

Conducted by Freddy Cadena (Russia-Ecuador)

Soloist of Yury Bashmet's "New Russia" State Symphony Orchestra
Ilya Pirogov (flute)

Laureate of international competitions, winner of the Government of Moscow Award
Ilyas Nevretdinov (trumpet)

Soloist of Ivan Rudin's Moscow State Symphony Orchestra for Children and Youth
Mikhail Kuzin (oboe d'amore)

Laureate of international competitions, Soloist of Yury Bashmet's "New Russia" State Symphony Orchestra
Nina Gvamichava (harp)

Laureate of an international competition
Oleg Yakubovich (oboe)

Laureate of international competitions, soloist of the "New Opera" theatre
Olga Ionova (soprano)

Roman Golovanov (trumpet)

(class of the senior teacher of the Moscow Conservatory Leonid Guryev)

W.A. Mozart

Church Sonata in D major, KV 144

A. Corelli

Concerto grosso in G minor, “made for the night of Christmas”, Op. 6, № 8

G.Ph. Telemann

Concerto for trumpet in As-dur, part I

J. Rutter

“Suite Antique” for flute, organ and strings

C. Debussy

“Dances for harp and strings”

W.A. Mozart

Concerto for harp, flute and orchestra in C major, KV 299, part II

J.S. Bach

Fragments from Cantata no. 21 (“Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis”), BWV 21

G.F. Handel

Aria “Eternal source of light” for soprano, trumpet and orchestra

J.S. Bach

Fragments from Cantata no. 51 (“Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen”), BWV 51

At Christmas in Europe we can join hands and dance around the church, as the Spaniards do, or give friends clover in a pot, according to a German tradition, or lit a candle on the ceiling for solitary travellers, as the Danes, educated by Andersen’s fairy tales, do. But the main thing that unites the whole Europe and the whole world at the feast is goodness and belife in miracles!

We listened to: Flute, Harp, Kuhn Organ, Oboe, Oboe d'amore, Orchestra, Organ, Trumpet, Voice

Tags: Celebration, European Christmas, Festival, Organ and choir, Organ and orchestra