Concerts and Events
1 September 2012
Winner of our Competition violinist from Saint-Petersburg Andrey Baranov became the absolute winner of one of the biggest and most prestigious music competitions in the world - the International Queen Elizabeth Competition in Brussels. In the base of the concert program Baranov are works of Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, and Shostakovich. In the semi-final and in the final violinist performed the works by Belgian composers, which are the one of the general conditions of the Competition.
Playing the violin Ansaldo Poggi ex-Milstein (1947), Baranov has passed all the competition tours, including a performance with orchestra and chamber concert with the pianist. 12 participants from 88 reached the final of the 75-th anniversary contest. Andrei Baranov won the main prize - money prize in the amount of 25 000 Euro and the Huggins Stradivari violin (1708) with the right of use within a period of three years.
Browse and listen Andrei Baranov’s performance at the International Queen Elizabeth Competition you could
10 April 2012
Our laureate Elena Korzhenevich successfully performed accompanied by the State Symphony Orchestra Of the Udmurt Republic conducted by Nikolay Rogotnev. In the concert were sounded: Wagner’s Overture to «Tannhäuser», Wolfram’s Romance, Death of Isolde from the opera «Tristan and Isolde», Intermission to the third action from the opera «Lohengrin». In the performance of Elena Korzhenevich sounded Mendelssohn Concerto for Violin with orchestra in E Minor.
Photos from the concert are available
15 October 2011
On Saturday, October, 15 the recital of Yoojin Hong (South Korea) is going to be held at Rakhmaninov Hall of Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory. Yoojin is laureate of International Competitions including IV Moscow International David Oistrakh Competition (I prize, 2010). In the concert program – music of J.S.Bach, L.van Beethoven, P.Sarasate, H.Wieniawski.
Accompanist – laureate of International Competitions Lyudmila Daraselia.
14 April 2011
At the 14th of April, at the music hall "Muziekgebouw Frits Philips Eindhoven" of the Dutch city of Eindhoven, our winner Albrecht Menzel (Germany) gives a solo concert as a winner of EMCY.
This concert takes place within "Lunchpauzeconcert" ("concert at lunchtime") - concerts, which take place every Thursday at 12.30 pm in "Muziekgebouw Frits Philips Eindhoven".
The program of the concert: works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Lutoslawski and Wieniawski for violin and piano.
Piano - Chizu Miyamoto (Japan).
25 January 2011
At the 25th of January our laureate Andrey Baranov performed in Izhevsk on the stage of the State Theatre of Opera and Ballet. He played the Violin Concerto of Jan Sibelius and his performing had a great success.
9 December 2010
At the 4th of February our laureate Dmitry Smirnov (the 1th prize, 2006) performed in the Concert Hall of Gnesin Academy with the Moscow Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Honored Artist of Russia Evgeny Bushkov. The Concert Programme included the music of Spanish composers: Joaquín Turina and Manuel de Falla.
28 November 2010
At the 28th of November in the French city Vitre (Brittany) a concert inaugurated a new concert hall where Moscow Chamber Orchestra “the Seasons” (Vladislav Bulakhov) performed. Our laureate Aylen Pritchin (the III prize, 2010) was invited to participate in the concert.
The concert program included the music of Tchaikovsky, Saint-Saens and French-russian composer Youli Galperine.
French Minister of Culture Frederic Mitteran attended the opening of the new hall.
25 November 2010
The First All-Russia Music Competition was completed at the 25th of November in the Concert Hall of Russian Music Gnesin Academy. The Competition was held in 4 disciplines: piano, violin, cello and opera-singing.
10 October 2010
IV Moscow International David Oistrakh Violin Competition ends on October 10, 19PM. The awards ceremony will be held in the Svetlanov Hall of Moscow International Performing Arts Centre. The ceremony will be held in the format of the concert and will become a long-awaited outcome of the exciting competitive marathon. That evening the young violinists will show their art by performing solo performing solo works. The winners in the age category 18-28 years will be accompanied by the State Symphony Orchestra "New Russia" (Artistic director and chief conductor Yuri Bashmet).
They will play some works from the repertoire of the final round - virtuoso concerts of Brahms, Sibelius, Tchaikovsky, Glazunov, Prokofiev, Shostakovich, Paganini. You may buy tickets at the box-office of the Moscow International Performing Arts Center (Kosmodamianskaya nab., 52-8), order at the web-site www.oistrakh.ru or by phone (495) 937 38 96.
Tickets price from 50 to 1200 Rubles.
8 October 2010
The final round of the category «C» (age of participants - from 18 to 28 years) will be held on October 8-9 in the Chamber Music Hall of Moscow International Performing Arts Centre October with the participation of the State Symphony Orchestra "New Russia" (artistic director and chief conductor Yuri Bashmet). Tickets can be purchased in Moscow International Performing Arts Centre (Kosmodamianskaya embankment, house 52, Building 8) or order delivery on our website. Tickets price from 100 to 600 Rubles.
October 8, 2010
Concerto D-dur, op. 35
Andrei Baranov (Russia)
Concerto D-dur, op.19 / A
Elena Korzhenevich (Russia)
Concerto D-dur, op. 35
Vladislava Luchenko (Ukraine)
October 9, 2010
Concerto ¹ 1 D-dur, op. 6
Albrecht Menzel (Germany)
Concerto D-dur, op. 35
Nadja Nevolovich (Russia, Germany)
Concerto D-dur, op. 35
Aylen Pritchin (Russia)
30 September 2010
Opening Ceremony of IV Moscow International David Oistrakh Violin Competition will take place on the birthday of maestro – September 30. The evening will be opened with greetings Chairman of the Jury Igor Oistrakh to participants and jury members of the Competition and drawing. The evening will continue by performance of laureates of David Oistrakh competition and other international competitions Ilian Garnet and Nikita Borisoglebsky. Young musicians will perform solo and with Chamber Orchestra “Moscovia” under conducting by People Artist of USSR Eduard Grach. In the end the orchestra will perform famous overture from Rossini opera “La gazza ladra” (The Thieving Magpie).
Maly Hall Moscow Conservatory
September 30, 7 p.m.
4 September 2010
The winners of international competitions Korbinian Altenberger (violin), Zlata Chochieva (piano), Evgeniy Rumanzev (cello) and Alexey Kurbatov (piano) will perform in the Subscription concert "Young Talantes of Europe". The concert will be held in the Maly Hall of the Moscow Concervatory on September 4, 2010 at 19:00. The programm of the concert: Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich, Ravel, Beach, Enesco.
27 April 2010
The winners of international competitions Lorenzo Gatto, Marcin Zdunik and Pavel Milukov accompanied buthe “Novaya Rossiya” Orchestra (conducted by the Honored Artist of Russia - Evgeny Bushkov) performed with great success the subscription concert «Young Talents of Europe» on 27th of April in the Maly hall of the Moscow P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory.
(On the photo: Lorenzo Gatto and Marcin Zdunik).
25 March 2010
Our laureate Ilian Garnet performed with the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra with conductor Christian Mandeal in the Moscow Concervatory. The program of the concert: Enescu, Shostakovich, Brahms.
20 February 2010
Prize-winners of the Moscow International D. Oistrakh violin competition: Dmitry Khakhamov and Pavel Milyukov took part in a concert in the State Main Concert Hall of S. Saydashev in Kazan (Tatarstan) on Feb. 20, 2010.
Piano - Alena Kolesnikova and Varvara Nepomnyashchaya.
2 February 2010
As part of subscription concert “Young Talents of Europe” at 3rd of February 2010 in the Maly Hall of Moscow Conservatory will appear the Winner of the I Moscow International David Oistrakh Violin Competition – Dmitry Smirnov (I Prize, 2006). Also, in the concert took part the Winners of international competitions and awards: Elena Kawazu – violin (USA-Japan) and Il’ya Zuiko - piano (Ukraine).
9 December 2009
The first-prize winner in category “C” of III Moscow International D. Oistrakh violin competition Dalibor Karvay and symphony orchestra of Moscow conservatory conducted by Honored Artist of Russia Anatoly Levin . The concert took place in the Main Hall of the Moscow Conservatory.
29 October 2009
Prize-winners of the I Moscow International D.Oistrakh violin competition: Sergey Pospelov, Dmitry Smirnov and Dmitry Khakhamov took part in a concert dedicated to the memory of David Oistrakh in the Great Hall of the Belarusian State Philharmonic on Oct. 29, 2009.