2007 Singapore Sun Festival

Performances

October 2007

On Tour

17 Wed

Macau

Location

  • Time: 12 AM

Program

Glinka
Ruslan and Ludmilla Overture
Prokofiev
Romeo & Juliet Suite
Tchaikovsky
Symphony No 5
Conductor:

Alexander Vedernikov

2007 Singapore Sun Festival

On Tour

23 Tue

Singapore

Location

  • Time: 12 AM

Program

Tchaikovsky
Francesca da Rimini
Rococo Variations
Symphony No. 6, "Pathetique"
Conductor:

Mikhail Pletnev

Guest Artist:

Nina Kotova, Cello

2007 Singapore Sun Festival

On Tour

28 Sun

Singapore

Location

  • Time: 12 AM

Program

Mendelssohn
Midsummernight's Dream, Overture
Schumann
Piano Concerto, op. 54, A minor
Rachmaninov
Symphony No. 2
Conductor:

Mikhail Pletnev

Guest Artist:

Piotr Anderszewski, Piano

2007 Singapore Sun Festival

On Tour

27 Sat

Singapore

Location

  • Time: 12 AM

Program

Beethoven
Coriolan overture, op. 62
Brahms
Concerto for violin and cello, op. 102, A minor (Double Concerto)
Beethoven
Symphony No. 7
Conductor:

Mikhail Pletnev

Guest Artists:

Pinchas Zukerman, Violin

Amanda Forsyth, Cello

2007 Singapore Sun Festival

On Tour

25 Thu

Singapore

Location

  • Time: 12 AM

Program

Vivaldi
Autumn from The Four Seasons
Double Concerto
Bach Violin Concerto in E major
Mozart
Linz Symphony
Conductor:

Pinchas Zukerman

Guest Artists:

Pinchas Zukerman, Violin

Amanda Forsyth, Cello

2007 Singapore Sun Festival

On Tour

21 Sun

Opera Gala

Singapore

Location

  • Opera Gala
  • Time: 12 AM

Program

Borodin
Prince Igor's Aria
Rachmaninov
Aleko's Cavatina
Tchaikovsky
Prince Yelezky's aria
Rossini
Duet Figaro e Rosnia
Verdi
Aria Gran Dio from Ernani
Aria Io Morro from Don Carlo
Bizet
Escamillo’s Couplets
Conductor:

Alexander Vedernikov

Guest Artists:

Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Baritone

Ruxandra Donose, Mezzo-soprano

2007 Singapore Sun Festival

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