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MSU Chamber Orchestra

&

Concerto Ő√”

Recitals

2001/2002 season:

 


Saturday, June 15 , 18.30

AND

Sunday, August 25 , 17.30

Ostankino

Concert Hall of Sheremetev's Palace 

~

Ensemble

"Madrigal"

Lidia Davydova, music director

 

 MSU CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

Alexander Konstantinov, music director

in

Henry PURCELL

(1659-1695)

Henry Purcell, "The Fairy Queen".

The Fairy Queen

(semi-opera)

Konstantin Naumenko, conductor

~

Metro station "VDNH"

The tickets are in the Ostankino Museum office


Friday, June 7 , 19.00

Great Hall of the Cultural Centre of Moscow State University

(the building at Vorobievy Gory)

 *

MSU Chamber Orchestra

The soloists: 

Olga NAZAJKINSKAJA - soprano

Andrej SHARAPOV - violin

Alexandra DROZDOVA  - cello

*

The program:

A. Vivaldi (1678-1741)

—oncerto e-moll, for violin and strings

(Op.4 "La Stravaganza", #2)

G.M. Monn (1717-1750)

—oncerto g-moll, for cello and strings

R. Mico (1590-1661)

Fantasias and Pavanas, in 4 and 5 parts

H. Purcell (1659-1695)

Music from "The Fairy Queen"

*

Metro station "Universitet", buses # 1, 113, 119, 661 (station "Dom kultury MGU").

Free enterance.


Sunday, April 21 , 19.00

Moscow State Philharmony

P.I. Chajkovsky Concert Hall

~

Ensemble

"Madrigal"

Lidia Davydova, music director

 

Choir 

of

The Early Music Theatre

Valerij Krejsberg, music director

 

MSU CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

Alexander Konstantinov, music director

in

Henry PURCELL

(1659-1695)

Henry Purcell, "The Fairy Queen".

The Fairy Queen

(semi-opera)

Konstantin Naumenko, conductor

~

Metro station "Mayakovskaya"

The tickets are in the Moscow State Philarmony office


Saturday, March 30, 19.00

M.I. Glinka Museum of Music Arts, The Organ Hall

 ~

Alessandro Scarlatti, "Stabat Mater".

Opella Lauta:

Olga NAZAIKINSKAYA - soprano

Petr SHABANOV - counter-tenor

Tatiana ANDRIANOVA - organ

and

the soloists of the

MSU Chamber Orchestra

in

Alessandro Scarlatti (1660-1725)

Stabat Mater

for soprano, alto, strings and basso contionuo

~

Spanish music.

Olga GRECHKO - soprano

Asja GRECHISCHEVA - luth, theorbe

Svetlana SHEVELEVA - recorder

Alexander LISTRATOV - cello

in

Spanish Music of XVI-XVII centuries

 ~

Ulitsa Fadeeva, 4 (metro, "Mayakovskaya" or "Novoslobodskaya")

The tickets are at the enterence of the Museum.


Tuesday, January 8 , 19.00

Great Hall of the Cultural Centre of Moscow State University

(the building at Vorobievy Gory)

 

*

MSU Chamber Orchestra

The soloists: 

Svetlana SHEVELEVA - recorder

Ivan DYNNIKOV, Alexander KONSTANTINOV - violins

Lubov' BURTSEVA, Alexandra DROZDOVA, Alexander SHESKIN - cellos

*

Announced by Svetlana Abramova-Avvakumova...

The program:

A. Vivaldi (1678-1741)

—oncerto D-dur, for cello and strings

—oncerto g-moll "La Notte" (Op.10 #2), for recorder and strings

G.F. Handel (1685-1759)

Concerto grosso G-dur (Op.6, #1)

G. Tartini (1692-1770)

—oncerto F-dur, for violin and strings

L. Leo (1737)

Sinfonia concertata c-moll, for cello and strings

G.M. Monn (1717-1750)

—oncerto g-moll, for cello and strings

 *

Metro station "Universitet", buses # 1, 113, 119, 661 (station "Dom kultury MGU").

Free enterance.


Saturday, December 15, 15.30

Music School # 55

 ~

M. Locke, H. Purcell,

F. Couperin, J.-B. de Boismortier,

G.B. Somis, G. Rossini

~

the ensemble

Concerto - Ő√”

the soloists:

Alexandra DROZDOVA, Alexandre SHESKIN - cello

Vladimir DROZDOV - double-bass

~

Universitetsky prospect, 5

 metro "Universitet", "Akademicheskaya", bus # 119

 metro "Octyabrskaya", trolleybuses ## 4, 33, 62

FREE ENTERANCE.


Friday, November 9, 19.00

M.I. Glinka Museum of Music Arts, The Organ Hall

 ~

Olga NAZAIKINSKAYA - soprano

Petr SHABANOV - counter-tenor

Tatiana ANDRIANOVA - organ

and

the ensemble

Concerto - Ő√”

~

Dietrich Buxtehude

(1637-1707)

Cantatas for Soprano and Strings

Cantatas for Counter-tenor and Strings

Sonatas for Violin, Viola da gamba and Basso Continuo

Preludies for Organ

 ~

Ulitsa Fadeeva, 4 (metro, "Mayakovskaya")

The tickets are at the enterence of the Museum.


 

programs of the past seasons:

2000/2001

1999/2000

 

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