2020-2021 Season

Performances

October 2020

In Russia

07 Wed

Zaryadye Concert Hall

Moscow

Russia

Program

Concert Honoring the 100th Anniversary of Dave Brubeck
 
Brubeck
Blue Rondo à la Turk (1959)
Brandenburg Gate Revisited (1961), arr. by Matthew Brubeck (world premiere)
Cassandra (1965)
Chorale from Chromatic Fantasy, (1988) for strings, flutes and piano
Two works based on the works of Iola Brubeck, for voice with orchestra
The Desert and the Parched Land, from “To Hope! A Celebration” (1980)
Summer Song, from “The Real Ambassadors” (1962)
A Salute to the Count, The Basie Band is Back in Town (2001)
Time Out Suite, arr. Chris Brubeck, for quintet and orchestra (2020)

 

The Igor Butman Quintet

Igor Butman, Saxophone
Oleg Akkuratov, Piano
Yevgeny Pobozhy, Guitar
Sergey Pobozhy, Double Bass
Eduard Zizak, Percussion

Conductor:

Vladislav Lavrik

Guest Artists:

Igor Butman Quintet

Vladislav Lavrik, Trumpet

Maxim Rubtsov, Flute

Maria Maskhulia, Soprano

2020-2021 Season

April 2021

In Russia

28 Wed

Zaryadye Concert Hall

Moscow

Russia

Location

Mikhail Pletnev

Program

Prokofiev
Symphony-Concerto in E Minor
Symphony No. 6 in E Flat Minor, op.111
Conductor:

Mikhail Pletnev

Guest Artist:

Andrei Ionita, Cello

2020-2021 Season

June 2021

In Russia

17 Thu

Zaryadye Concert Hall

Moscow

Russia

Location

Mikhail Pletnev

Program

Karlowicz
Violin Concerto in A major, op.8
Symphony “Rebirth” in E-minor, op. 7
Conductor:

Mikhail Pletnev

Guest Artist:

Alena Baeva, Violin

2020-2021 Season

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