Vassily Sinaisky

Vassily Sinaisky

Performances with the RNO

November 2018

In Russia

12 Mon

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Mozart
Sinfonia Concertante for Violin, Viola and Orchestra in E-flat major, K. 364
Shostakovich
Symphony No. 2, op.14 ("To October")
Borodin
"Polovtsian Dances"
Shostakovich
Symphony No. 3, op.20 ("First of May")
Conductor:

Vassily Sinaisky

Guest Artists:

Mikhail Pochekin, Violin

Ivan Pochekin, Violin

Kozhevnikov Choir

2018-2019 Season

March 2017

In Russia

01 Wed

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Grieg
"From Holberg's Time," Suite in the Old Style for String Orchestra
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra
Bruckner
Symphony No. 4
Conductor:

Vassily Sinaisky

Guest Artist:

Sofia Vasheruk, Piano

2016-2017 Season

March 2015

In Russia

14 Sat

Great Hall, Moscow Conservatory

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Concert to Commemorate the 70th Anniversary of Victory in World War II

Berlioz
The Damnation of Faust, Op. 24
Conductor:

Vassily Sinaisky

Guest Artists:

Oksana Volkova, Mezzo-soprano

Pavel Chernoch, Tenor

Andrew Foster-Williams, Bass-baritone

Dmitry Skorikov, Bass

Moscow Academy of Choral Art

2014-15 Season

April 2010

In Russia

22 Thu

Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Elgar
Enigma Variations
Rachmaninov
Symphony No. 2
Conductor:

Vassily Sinaisky

2009-2010 Season

December 2007

In Russia

19 Wed

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Prokofiev
Russian Overture
Piano Concerto No. 3
Ravel
Music from the ballet, Daphnis and Chloe
Conductor:

Vassily Sinaisky

Guest Artists:

Alexei Volodin, Piano

Chamber Choir of the Moscow Conservatory

2007-2008 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