RNO Brass Quintet

Performances with the RNO

January 2017

In Russia

20 Fri

Philharmonia-2 Concert Hall

Moscow

Russia

Program

Concert of RNO Chamber Ensembles

Rimsky-Korsakov
Procession from the opera "Mlada" (arranged for brass quintet)
Rachmaninov
String Quartet No. 1
Rubtsov
"Matisse Sextet" for wind quintet and piano
Zhivkovich
"Trio per Uno" for percussion ensemble
Vivaldi
Concerto for Violin, Oboe and Strings arranged for violin, trumpet and strings (RV 548)
Borne
Brilliant Fantasia on themes of the opera "Carmen" by Bizet for Flute and Strings
Sarasate
"Navarra" for Two Violins and strings
Piazzolla
"Oblivion" (arranged for cello, trombone and strings)
"Libertango"

Performers include:
Alexei Bruni (violin)
Vladislav Lavrik (trumpet)
Maxim Rubtsov (flute)
Olga Chepizhnaya (violin)
Svetlana Dzutseva (violin)
Svetlana Vladimirova (cello)
Sergey Koryavichev (trombone)

Brass Quintet under the direction of Vladislav Lavrik: Vladislav Lavrik (trumpet), Konstantin Grigoriev (trumpet), Dmitry Kuznetsov (french horn), Sergei Koryavichev (trombone), Maxim Makushev (tuba)
String Quartet: Sergey Starcheus (violin), Anna Panina (violin), Sergey Dubov (viola), Alexander Gotgelf (cello)
RNO Wind Quintet: (Maxim Rubtsov (flute), Vitaliy Nazarov (oboe), Sergei Yeletsky (clarinet), Andrey Snegirev (bassoon), Alexei Serov (French horn)
Piano Andrei Rubtsov
Percussion ensemble (Vitaly Martyanov, Denis Morozov, Matvey Omutov)

Conductor:

Vladislav Lavrik

Guest Artists:

RNO Wind Quintet

RNO Brass Quintet

RNO String Quartet

2016-2017 Season

January 2010

In Russia

20 Wed

Orchestrion

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Brass Quintet Program TBA
Shostakovich
Symphony No. 15
Conductor:

Mikhail Granovsky

Guest Artist:

RNO Brass Quintet

2009-2010 Season

What They’re Saying

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Athena T. Blackburn

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