About the “De Boni Arte” charitable foundation

The “De Boni Arte” foundation celebrates its 20th anniversary on December 25, 2021!
All these years we have tried to make the world a little more humanistic and beautiful by means of music. We have organized more than 3000 musical events, the proceeds from which went to scholarships for students and support for young musicians in need. Free tickets to our events are distributed to thousands of people through various social organizations.
We are happy to have been able to contribute to the development of organ culture in Russia. We raised funds to repair the Kuhn organ in the Moscow Catholic Cathedral, brought several “kings of musical instruments” to Russia, held a series of competitions, and organized training courses and workshops for beginners and professional organists.
We promote intercultural and ecumenical dialogue making the treasures of the European sacred music tradition available to the people of Russia.
We care about authenticity and wish everyone who is familiar with this tradition only theoretically (or not familiar at all) to see its centuries-old beauty. At the same time, we remain open to changes and experiments which help to demonstrate that the tradition is always young.
We have recorded hundreds of audio tracks and musical videos, published scores and Gregorian chant teaching materials.

And we did all this together with you, our dear guests, friends and partners! We did it! And we hope we will go on.
Thank you all!

De Boni Arte’s team

Concerts in Moscow

25.01.23 Wednesday 20:00
Golden Age of the Baroque. Organ, oboe, strings
Mikhail Shtanko (oboe)
Olga Chernogorova (violin)
Tatyana Chibisova (violin)
Yulia Shainovich (viola)
Dmitry Likhachyov (cello)
Andrey Martynenko (double bass)
Sofia Reshetnikova (organ)
A. Marcello, J. S. Bach, A. Vivaldi, G. F. Handel, G. Platti, T. Albinoni

27.01.23 Friday 21:00
Christmas mystery for two organs
ARTBENE duo
Titular organist of the Roman Catholic Cathedral in Moscow,
international competitions winner
Anna Vetlugina (organ, harpsichord)
Organist of St Andrew’s Anglican Church in Moscow, international competitions winner
Dmitry Maximenko
J. S. Bach, F. Liszt, C. Saint-Saëns, A. Guilmant and more

28.01.23 Saturday 15:00
Cinderella. Musical fairy tale with sand animation
Theater and film actress
Ingeborga Lubomirska (declamation)
Lydia Miller (sand animation)
International competitions winners
Svetlana Polyanskaya (soprano)
Maria Kulakova (harp)
All-Russian and international competitions winner
Maria Moiseeva (organ)
S. Scheidt, F. Schubert, P. Tchaikovsky, J. Strauss, Ch. Gounod, G. Puccini, A. Lyadov and more

28.01.23 Saturday 20:00
Romantic evening in the cathedral. Organ, saxophone, voice
International competitions winners
Ekaterina Spirkina (organ)
Anton Grinevich (baritone, saxophone)
C. Balbastre, J. G. Walther, L. Vierne, B. Withers, B. Thiele, J. Weiss, J. Kern, G. Mancini, and more

01.02.23 Wednesday 20:00

Farewell to Christmas. Carols of the peoples of the world

Moscow Ensemble of Sacred Music “Blagovest”

Artistic director and conductor –

Honored Artist of Russia Galina Koltsova

Honored Worker of Culture of the Russian Federation,

honorary artist of Moscow, composer Anton Viskov (organ)

Soloists:

Polina Polyakova

Anna Saygina

Natalia Slutskaya

Alexey Drozdov

Boris Komlev

03.02.23 Friday 19:00

Organ evenings in the Kaminnaya. Philosopher’s Stone. Based on “Harry Potter”

ARTBENE duo

Titular organist of the Roman Catholic Cathedral in Moscow,

laureate of international competitions

Anna Vetlugina (organ, piano)

Organist of St Andrew’s Anglican Church in Moscow

laureate of international competitions

Dmitry Maximenko (organ, piano)

Lydia Miller (sand animation artist)

Actress of the Moscow Academic Theater of Satire

Anna Efremova (declamation)

Music from the “Harry Potter” movie, fragments of J. Rowling’s text

Address:

Moscow, 9/6, building 1 Pushechnaya street, Central House of Artists, Kaminnaya

03.02.23 Friday 21:00

A. Vivaldi, A. Piazzolla. The four seasons. Orchestra, organ, violin

Scholarship holder of V. Spivakov’s International Charitable Foundation, laureate of international and all-Russian competitions

William Khailo (violin)

Titular organist of the Roman Catholic Cathedral in Moscow

Marina Omelchenko (organ)

“Instrumental Capella” Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow Regional Philharmonic

Artistic director and conductor –

Honored Artist of Russia

Victor Lutsenko

04.02.23 Saturday 20:00

Charm of the gallant age. Organ | cello | viola d’amore

Laureates of international competitions

Sergei Poltavsky (viola d’amore)

Oleg Bugaev (cello)

Alexander Udaltsov (organ)

J. S. Bach, A. Vivaldi, G. Tartini, L. Boccherini, G. Böhm, G. F. Handel, B. Marini, J. Haydn

08.02.23 Wednesday 20:00

From Bach to Rodrigo. Organ & guitar

Laureates of international competitions

Dmitry Murin (guitar)

Margarita Yeskina (organ)

J.S. Bach, J. Rodrigo, M. Reger, F. Tarrega and more

11.02.23 Saturday 20:00

Big cathedral organ. Daniel Zaretsky

Honored Artist of Russia, laureate of the “Organist of the Year” award, professor

J.S. Bach, F. Liszt, M. Reger, E. Gigoux

13.02.23 Monday 19:00

Organ evenings at the Pushkin Museum. A. Grin. “Scarlet Sails”

Laureates of international competitions

Maria Moiseeva (organ)

Maria Kulakova (harp)

Anton Kotikov (saxophone, flute, duduk)

Theater and film actress

Ingeborga Lubomirska (declamation)

Lydia Miller (sand animation artist)

  1. Grieg, C. Debussy, J. Rodrigo, A. Piazzolla, A. Ramirez and more

Address:

Moscow, 12/2 Prechistenka, State Museum of A. S. Pushkin

15.02.23 Wednesday 20:00

Evening by candlelight. Organ & two clarinets

Laureates of international competitions

Elena Tsybko (organ)

Fyodor Vishnevsky (clarinet)

Ivan Vishnevsky (clarinet)

J.S. Bach, F. Mendelssohn

17.02.23 Friday 21:00

Ave Maria. Organ & vocals

Laureates of international competitions

Yulia Tomina (soprano)

Maxim Sazhin (tenor)

Ekaterina Spirkina (organ)

J. Frescobaldi, J. S. Bach, W. A. Mozart, F. Schubert, G. Donizetti, Ch. Gounod, C. Frank and more

18.02.23 Saturday 20:00

Golden Baroque. Organ, strings, voice

Laureate of the international competition

Natalia Pavlova (soprano, Russia — Italy)

Titular organist of the Roman Catholic Cathedral in Moscow

Marina Omelchenko (organ)

Espressivo Ensemble of Soloists

Conducted by Ivan Prudnikov

  1. Vivaldi, J. S. Bach, G. F. Handel, J. Pachelbel

25.02.23 Saturday 15:00

“The Snow Queen”. A musical fairy tale with sand animation

Theater and film actress

Ingeborga Lubomirska (artistic word)

Lydia Miller (sand animation artist)

Laureates of international competitions

Fyodor Stroganov (organ, piano)

Sergei Shitov (clarinet)

Konstantin Kaznacheev (violin)

Pyotr Karetnikov (cello)

Fyodor Stroganov’s musical illustrations for a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen

25.02.23 Saturday 20:00

Handel. Vivaldi. Tchaikovsky. Bayan ensemble & organ

Laureate of international competitions

“Russian Timbre” ensemble

Honored Artist of Russia

Vyacheslav Kuzminsky (accordion horn, artistic director)

Honored Artist of Russia

Pavel Zaitsev (bayan-oboe)

Laureate of international competitions

Kirill Rusinov (traditional button accordion)

Honored Artist of Russia

Vyacheslav Stoma (button clarinet, executive director)

Laureate of international competitions

Maxim Tkachev (bayan-tuba)

Laureates of international competitions

Ludmila Botalova (mezzo-soprano)

Ekaterina Spirkina (organ)

J.S. Bach, G. F. Handel, A. Vivaldi, P. Tchaikovsky, Th. Dubois

01.03.23 Wednesday 20:30

Apocalypse. Seven Angels

Boyer String Quartet

Tamara Egorova (violin)

Tatiana Breslavskaya (violin)

Anna Dushkina (viola)

Nadezhda Ivanova (cello)

Academic women’s choir of the S. S. Prokofiev Moscow Regional College of Music

Artistic director – laureate of an All-Russian competition Irina Ustyantseva

“Overture” children’s chamber choir

Artistic director – Olga Ostrovskaya

Percussion Ensemble of the S. S. Prokofiev Moscow Regional College of Music

Artistic director – Evgeny Poltorakov

Dmitry Maximenko (baritone)

Titular organist of the Roman Catholic Cathedral in Moscow

Anna Vetlugina (organ)

Anna Efremova (declamation)

Conductors

Ilya Reybarkh and Irina Ustyantseva

J.Haydn, A. Vetlugina

04.03.23 Saturday 20:00

Music of the New World. Organ & vocals

Yulia Petrachuk (soprano)

Svetlana Polyanskaya (soprano)

Olga Nadezhdina (mezzo-soprano)

Arielle Vocal Ensemble

Artistic director and conductor – Elmira Dadasheva

Marianna Vysotskaya (organ)

J.Dubois, S. Rachmaninoff, E. Tamar

08.03.23 Wednesday 20:00

A romantic evening in the cathedral. Organ, harp, violin, voice

Laureate of international competitions, Honored Artist of the Republic of Khakassia

Ekaterina Monisova (soprano)

Laureates of international competitions

William Khailo (violin)

Anna Shkurovskaya (harp)

Titular organist of the Roman Catholic Cathedral in Moscow

Marina Omelchenko (organ)

G.F. Handel, G. Tartini, V. Bellini, N. Paganini, G. Verdi, P. Tchaikovsky, Ch. Gounod, J. Massenet and more

11.03.23 Saturday 20:00

Two Bachs – two organs

ARTBENE organ duo

Titular organist of the Roman Catholic Cathedral in Moscow,

laureate of international competitions

Anna Vetlugina

Organist of St Andrew’s Anglican Church in Moscow,

laureate of international competitions

Dmitry Maximenko

J.S. Bach, C. Ph. E. Bach

15.03.23 Wednesday 20:00

Unknown masterpieces. Józef Kozłowski. Requiem

Chamber choir of the M. M. Ippolitov-Ivanov institute

Artistic Director – Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, Professor Galina Bogdanova

Chief choirmaster and conductor – professor Vladimir Naumenko

Honored Artist of Russia, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, Professor

Alexey Parshin (organ)

18.03.23 Saturday 20:00

A.Vivaldi. G. B. Pergolesi. The four seasons. Stabat Mater

Scholarship holder of V. Spivakov’s International Charitable Foundation, laureate of international and all-Russian competitions

William Khailo (violin)

Laureate of international competitions

Anastasia Bondareva (mezzo-soprano)

Titular organist of the Roman Catholic Cathedral in Moscow

Marina Omelchenko (harpsichord, organ)

Espressivo Ensemble of Soloists

Conducted by Ivan Prudnikov

  1. Vivaldi, G. B. Pergolesi, T. Vitali

22.03.23 Wednesday 20:00

BACH. Gala concert for J.S. Bach’s birthday

Honored Artist of Russia,

Honored Art Worker of the Russian Federation, Professor

Alexey Parshin (organ)

Laureate of European and international competitions

Elena Tsybko (organ)

Laureate of all-Russian and international competitions

Ekaterina Spirkina (organ)

Laureate of all-Russian and international competitions

Lilia Yakusheva (organ)

Laureate of all-Russian and international competitions

Elnora Gross (organ)

Laureate of all-Russian and international competitions

Maria Yukovich (organ)

Laureate of all-Russian competitions

Maria Parshina (organ)

Laureate of all-Russian and international competitions

Elizaveta Annenkova (soprano)

Laureate of all-Russian and international competitions

Charlotte Dupil (violin)

Laureate of international competitions

Ivan Vishnevsky (clarinet)

Laureate of all-Russian and international competitions and festivals

Chamber Choir of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Artistic director and conductor — Alexandra Luzanova

25.03.23 Saturday 15:00

The Little Mermaid. A musical fairy tale with sand animation

Theater and film actress

Ingeborga Lubomirska (artistic word)

Lydia Miller (sand animation artist)

Laureates of international competitions

Svetlana Polyanskaya (soprano)

Maria Kulakova (harp)

Maria Moiseeva (organ)

  1. S. Bach, M.-A. Charpentier, C. Saint-Saëns, P. Tchaikovsky, A. Dvořák, S. Rachmaninoff and more

25.03.23 Saturday 20:00

Ave Maria. Organ, chamber orchestra, soloists

Instrumental Capella Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow Regional Philharmonic

Artistic director and conductor –

Honored Artist of Russia

Victor Lutsenko

A. D. Kozhevnikov State Academic Moscow Regional Choir

Artistic director and chief conductor – Nikolay Azarov

Honored Artist of the Republic of Bashkortostan, soloist of the Novaya Opera Theater

Elena Terentyeva (soprano)

Soloist of the Galina Vishnevskaya Center for Opera Singing

Daria Khozieva (mezzo-soprano)

Soloist of the Moscow Regional Philharmonic

Sergey Petrishchev (tenor)

Soloist of the State Academic Symphony Choir of Russia

Ruslan Roziev (baritone)

Titular organist of the Roman Catholic Cathedral in Moscow

Marina Omelchenko (organ)

F. Schubert

29.03.23 Wednesday 20:00

A concert-mystery by candlelight. A breath of eternity. Organ, duduk, voice

Laureate of international competitions

Anastasia Bondareva (mezzo-soprano)

Oganes Kazaryan (duduk)

Titular organist of the Roman Catholic Cathedral in Moscow

Marina Omelchenko (organ)

Medieval chants, J. S. Bach, M. Yekmalyan, N. Hakim, K. Jenkins and more