Valentin Uryupin

Valentin Uryupin

Performances with the RNO

April 2022

In Russia

11 Mon

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Moscow

Russia

Program

Fauré
Pavana
Chopin
Piano Concerto No. 1 in E-minor, op.11, arr. by M. Pletnev
Franck
Symphony in D-minor, FWV 48
Conductor:

Valentin Uryupin

Guest Artist:

Nikolai Lugansky, Piano

January 2022

In Russia

22 Sat

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Moscow

Russia

Location

Valentin Uryupin

Program

To Be Announced
Conductor:

Valentin Uryupin

Guest Artist:

Pavel Milyukov, Violin

2021-2022 Season

August 2021

In Russia

21 Sat

Tsaritsyno

Moscow

Russia

Location

  • Tsaritsyno
  • Time: 7:00 PM
Valentin Uryupin

Program

Malcis
"Mozart Games"
Salieri
Concerto for Violin, Oboe, Cello and Orchestra in D Major
Schubert
Symphony no.3 in D Major, D200
Conductor:

Valentin Uryupin

Guest Artists:

Lina Vartanova, Violin

Olga Tomilova, Oboe

Vsevolod Guzov, Cello

RNO Small Festival

January 2020

In Russia

18 Sat

Zaryadye Concert Hall

Moscow

Russia

Location

Valentin Uryupin

Program

Shostakovich
Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minor, op.77
Violin Concerto No. 2 in C-sharp minor, op. 129
Conductor:

Valentin Uryupin

Guest Artist:

Ivan Pochekin, Violin

2019-2020 Season

February 2018

In Russia

26 Mon

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Britten
Festival Te Deum for Choir and Organ, op.32
Hymn to St Cecilia, op.27
Artyomov
Latin Anthems (World Premiere)
Symphony In Spe with Solo violin & cello (World Premiere)
Conductor:

Valentin Uryupin

Guest Artists:

Ivan Pochekin, Violin

Alexander Buzlov, Cello

Nadezhda Pavlova, Soprano

Yurlov State Academic Choir

2017-2018 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