Alexander Rudin

Cello

Alexander Rudin

Performances with the RNO

July 2022

In Russia

14 Thu

Istra State History and Art Museum

Istra

Russia

Program

Open-air festival "Summer. Music. Museum"
Hindemith
Symphony "The Harmony of the World" ("Die Harmonie der Welt")
Beethoven
"The Creatures of Prometheus," op. 43
Scriabin
"Prometheus" (Poem of Fire), op. 60
Conductor:

Alexander Rudin

Guest Artist:

Andrei Korobeinikov, Piano

April 2022

In Russia

06 Wed

Zaryadye Concert Hall

Moscow

Russia

Program

Brahms
Concerto for Violin, Cello, and Orchestra in A-minor, op.102
Dvorak
Symphony No. 8 in G major, op.88
Conductor:

Alexander Rudin

Guest Artists:

Alexander Rudin, Cello

Alexander Trostyansky

January 2017

In Russia

12 Thu

Great Hall, Moscow Conservatory

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Mozart
Symphony no. 41 in C-major («Jupiter»), K. 551
Beethoven
Cantata on the Death of Emperor Joseph II
Conductor:

Alexander Rudin

Guest Artists:

Anastasia Shchegoleva, Soprano

Dmitry Orlov, Bass

Moscow Synodal Choir

2016-2017 Season

May 2014

In Russia

31 Sat

Great Hall, Moscow Conservatory

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Mozart
The Requiem Mass in D minor (K. 626)
Kraus
Symphony C minor for Gustav III of Sweden
Haydn
Symphony No. 43 in E Flat Major
Conductor:

Alexander Rudin

Guest Artists:

Intrada Vocal Ensemble, Ekaterina Antonenko, Artistic Director

Margarita Ivanova, Soprano

Darya Telyatnikova, Mezzo-soprano

Alexei Strazhevich, Tenor

Maxim Kuzmin-Karavayev, Bass

2013-14 Season

What They’re Saying

"To present American and Russian musicians performing and teaching together at Festival Napa Valley...is precisely the kind of effort that sustains vital cultural links...at a critical time for both societies. [This] resonates with the public [and] is meaningful for the musician participants...Cultural diplomacy and music offer alternatives to contention and sustain important linkages between our societies for the long run...Now more than ever we need viable citizen-to-citizen points of contact and dialogue."

James F. Collins (Ambassador Ret.)

Senior Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace