News archive. Season 2008-2009
Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra was not once with a tour in Japan. But now the leading Russian collective goes for the first time with wide monographic concert cycle, devoted to Tchaikovsky’ oeuvre – a composer, considered in Japan is their own.
Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra finishes the pre-anniversary season by "Slavonic" program.
For the reason of the jubilee year of Klubhaus-Konzerte this organization holds the whole series of unordinary concert actions. The Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra is invited already for the second time.
The fourth concert of the public subscription of the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra “Music for Everybody” is devoted to the heritage of Franz Liszt. The program consists of the Weimar compositions – the most fruitful period in the composer’s artistic life.
In the 200th anniversary of Félix Méndelssohn Barthóldy Vladimir Fedoseyev and the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra represents a grandiose project – rare oratorio “St. Paul”
Vladimir Fedoseyev and the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra pay attention in the third concert of the public subscription “Music for everybody” to the main subject of the season 2008-2009 – modern music of the 21st century.
The second concert of the cycle was named “Farchad and Shirin”. But its internal subject is considerably bigger that the love story most famous on the Middle East. It embraces different subjects – nature, art, life and death. They are originally interpreted through the oriental look.
To the memory of His Holiness, Patriarch of Moscow and All-Russia, Alexy II
also features suites from Bartok's ballets created during the composer's intensive search for his own style and marrying the ancient traditional folk material with the avant-garde innovations.
In his new project, maestro Fedoseyev addresses the eternal and infinite subject of love. East and West, Middle Ages and modern time, art and life – the chosen plots are diverse and comprehensive. The beautiful and tragic love stories, narrated in music and words, lead to the world of lofty feelings and fates.
Over the past seasons Mikkelsen has taken part to the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra's series of public concerts "Music for all" and to its other programmes.
Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra has over 10 years cooperated with a world leading concert association Klubhaus-Konzerte.
Vladimir Fedoseyev was given the Golden Medal from the Composers Union which organised the award on the 30th anniversary of the Moscow Autumn modern music festival. The festival director, Oleg Galakhov, presented the prize to the conductor on the closing concert of the event.
Beethoven Gala both pays homage to the incredible Maestro and revives the finest music pieces which have become true art milestones.
On the threshold of Christmas holidays, on November 10, the audience of the Big Hall of the Moscow Conservatiry will hear the Christmas Oratorio by Bishop Ilarion (Alfeyev).
The Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra will perform pieces of various genres.
The Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra and its director and chief conductor Vladimir Fedoseyev are among the dearest star guests. The orchestra, which has not played in Bratislava for a long time, will again perform in the Slovak Philharmonic Hall on November 24.
The musical address by the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra to the Sechenov Medical Academy of Moscow on the occasion of its 250-year anniversary will be just another of the orchestra's numerous social projects.
În the threshold of the Russian Culture Days, Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra has gloriously concluded its tours in Latin America.
On October 21, soloists of the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra gave a master class at the Baccarelli Institute in Sao-Paolo (Brazil)...
Vladimir Fedoseyev is recognized as the best interpreter of Tchaikovsky’s music. It is already 20 years his orchestra has the name of composer. The honour fall on him to perform Symphony No. 6 at the historical concert dedicated to the 115th anniversary of “Pathetique” in the composer’s museum in Klin.
The Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra opens its 79th concert season on 4 October in the Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory by the concert “Great Russian music. Mussorgsky, Borodin”. At 10:00 a.m. will take place the second rehearsal of Vladimir Fedoseyev’s project “Maestro invites. Children are at the orchestra’s rehearsals”. Press-conference, dedicated to the forthcoming season, will be on 2 October in ITARR TASS. Accreditation on phone 691-33-10.
Artistic director and Chief conductor of the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra Vladimir Fedoseyev together with the Moscow government holds open rehearsals for children “Maestro invites”.
4 October, 2008 in the day of season opening of the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra the second open rehearsal for children will take place in the Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory.