With much less concern of lockdowns and also disturbances as a result of covid, the primary concert halls in Moscow and also St. Petersburg have currently set their schedules for the coming year. Here are a few highlights for lovers of opera and also symphonic music. Moscow Philharmonic celebrates its 100th anniversary
The renowned Moscow Philharmonic, which puts on concerts at a number of venues in the city consisting of Tchaikovsky Hall, Philharmonia-2 as well as the Moscow Conservatory, is celebrating its 100th wedding anniversary at first of 2022.
On Jan. 22-23, do not miss the Stars XXI Marathon, which runs both days from 1 to 10 p.m. featuring Russian pianists Alexander Malofeev, Dmitry Masleev, and Andrei Gugnin; cellist Alexander Ramm; violionists Nikita Borisoglebsky and also Pavel Milyukov. They will certainly be conducted by Mikhail Tatarnikov, Valentin Uryupin and also Dimitris Botinis.
After that on Jan. 29, the Philharmonic’s anniversary, the Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory will hold the program that was used the day when Moscow Philharmonic initially opened its doors to audiences on Jan. 29, 1922. In a program led by the conductors Yuri Simonov as well as Gennady Dmitryak, the symphonic works of Scriabin, Taneyev, Beethoven and Ippolitov-Ivanov, along with Rachmaninov’s “Second Piano Concerto” will certainly be carried out by Denis Matsuev, Hibla Gerzmava and Sergey Romanovsky among many others.
Cellist Alexander Ramm meloman.ru Kaija Saariaho’s oratorio”La Passion de Simone”at Novaya Opera This year an oratorio by Kaija Saariaho will be done throughout the yearly Epiphany Festival at Novaya Opera in Moscow. This Finnish-French composer has been called the best composer active by The New York Times, with the opera”Innocence”premiering in Aix-en-Provence in summer season 2021 and also her symphonic job “Vista” premiering a couple of months later on.
While alluding to the practice of Passions in Western songs, the oratorio relates the tragic life of French spiritual thinker and also thinker Simone Weil. It will be performed by Valentin Uryupin, Novaya Opera’s artistic supervisor.
Opera premieres In February 2022 Richard Wagner’s”Lohengrin” will certainly premiere as part of the Bolshoi Theater’s collaboration with the Metropolitan Opera. It will be performed by Evan Rogister and guided by François Girard, with the creative team of David Finn(lighting developer), Tim Yip (set and also outfit developer)and also Peter Flaherty (video clip forecast)associated with the
process. In 2022 the Bolshoi will likewise work together with the well-known British theater supervisor Simon McBurney, who will organize Mussorgsky’s “Khovanshchina” in June, conducted by Bolshoi’s music supervisor Tugan Sokhiev. The innovative team includes Rebecca Ringst as set and outfit developer as well as Will Duke as video clip developer. Bolshoi tickets can be bought right here.
While Bolshoi focuses on the classics, various other music hall are offering very interesting bests of 20th and 21st century composers. In April Novaya Opera will premiere Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s expressionistic opera “Die Tote Stadt” (Dead City) in Vassily Barkhatov’s hosting as well as with Valentin Uryupin performing. Although a production of this job rich in importance (created in 1920) can be seen at Finnish National Opera in 2019, this will be its sneak preview in Russia.
Finally, the Moscow Academic Music Theater will certainly provide the work of the lately deceased Dutch composer Louis Andriessen. And don’t miss out on the manufacturing of Andriessen’s opera “Writing to Vermeer” carried out by Timur Zangiev and guided by Alexey Smirnov on the theater’s chamber phase.
Bolshoi Theater Ludvig14( CC BY-SA 4.0) International stars on excursion Although whatever may change as the covid pandemic rolls on, with any luck the sees of international celebrities to Russia will certainly occur as intended.
Right here are several of the most long-awaited scenic tours. Zaryadye Hall has a really exciting mix of celebrity evenings in 2022. In February do not miss out on the performance of Olivier Latry, a Paris Conservatory teacher as well as the primary organist of Notre Dame de Paris for more than 35 years. On March 10 do not miss out on the famous British a cappella set “The King’s Singers” founded in 1968 by graduates of King’s College, Cambridge as well as commemorated with several honors, including Grammy as well as Emmy awards. On March 25 the American super star soprano Joyce DiDonato offers her brand-new project EDEN accompanied by the chamber band Il Pomo d’Oro (Italy). And Also in May Sir John Eliot Gardiner involves Moscow to execute a program of baroque music with Monteverdi Choir as well as English Baroque Soloists set.
On the other hand, the Moscow Philharmonic will certainly hold in April the renowned author as well as conductor Thomas Adès, who will certainly premiere the very first component of a two-hour ballet “The Dante Project” (2019-2020) developed in partnership with Wayne McGregor. In May 2022 the distinguished Polish tone Pyotr Bechala will give a solo show.
Likewise do not miss out on a series of performances in July 2022 at the Mariinsky Theater: Austrian pianist Rudolph Buchbinder will certainly do all Beethoven’s sonatas over 8 summer season evenings.
Olivier Latry zaryadyehall.com Miscellaneous must-hear music events Among the numerous music celebrations showing up this year, we advise the extremely interesting Festival of the World, arranged by Russian National Orchestra as well as held at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in June 2022. It will certainly contain 4 performances devoted to the musical heritage of Italy, Great Britain, Finland and also Russia. And each concert will certainly present jobs by modern-day authors, including “Stonework” by Sebastian Fagerlund, “Piano Concerto № 3” by James McMillan, as well as the world premiere of “Violin Concerto” by Nicola Campogrande. The shows will certainly be performed by Finnish conductor Hannu Lintu, British author as well as conductor James McMillan, as well as Russian conductors Sergey Krylov and also Kirill Karabits. The composers will be on hand to speak about their work.James McMillan has additionally been named the composer-in-residence for the season 2021/2022 at St. Petersburg Philharmonic as well as will certainly conduct his very own jobs there in February 2022: “The Confession of Isobel Gowdie” as well as the Russian premiere of his “Saxophone Concerto.”
Another important celebration that unites the globe’s finest entertainers of baroque music is the Georg Friedrich Handel: Heroes as well as Antiheroes Festival arranged by Moscow Philharmonic in September 2022. Countertenors Tim Mead, Hugh Cutting, Nussbaum Cohen, Iestyn Davies and also Owen Willetts; sopranos Lucy Crowe and Amanda Forsythe; baritone Christopher Purves as well as numerous others will perform Handel’s operas “Xerxes,” “Parthenope,” “Agrippina” as well as oratorios “Athalia” as well as “Saul.”
The Mariinsky Theater is also preparing International Flute Festival in March 2022, International Harp Festival in April 2022, as well as its normal annual Stars of White Nights Festival (program still unidentified but consists of numerous guest efficiencies in opera as well as songs) in May-July 2022.
Reserve your tickets below for most of the Moscow concerts, right here for the Handel Festival, as well as below for performances at the Mariinsky.