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In the beginning of spring in the halls of the Hermitage and the Hermitage Theater will be the IV International Festival "Dedication to Maestro", created on the initiative of the State Hermitage Museum and Producing Center "Domus". Chairman of Arts Council and the Organizing Committee of the festival - the Hermitage director Mikhail Piotrovsky.

State Hermitage Museum in conjunction with its partners, is developing the musical traditions of St. Petersburg. As Michael B.: "The museum - a shelter for all the muses, there must exist synthetically all the arts. Hermitage musical: there is the Hermitage Theater, the halls of the Winter Palace, which had always been the music was playing." Music makes a living museum. "

In 2010, the Festival of "Dedication to Maestro "offers to the public six exclusive concert at the Hermitage Theater and the Armorial Hall of the Winter Palace with the participation of the stars of classical music and jazz.

International Festival "Dedication to Maestro" - a tribute to the greatest composers, artists and musicians - suggests organizing concerts to mark the anniversaries ... This year the concerts of the festival dedicated to:170-year anniversary of Tchaikovsky, March 12 opening of the festival, 175 Anniversary NG Rubinstein and 145 th anniversary AK Glazunov, performance of Sergei Stadler on March 13.
March 15 at the Hermitage Theater in St. Petersburg first made famous in the world jazz pianist and composer Rolf Zilke (Germany) with his team of "Handel Jazz", who dedicated his concerto 325-th anniversary of G. F. Handel.   
March 17, the same place in the concert "Dedication to Jazz" made famous jazz musicians Vesseltoft Bugge (Norway) and Lars Danielsson (Sweden), accompanied by the State Hermitage Orchestra, the conductor's stand - a soloist of a symphony orchestra television stations NDR (Germany), winner "Grammy" - Vytautas Sondetskis.

This year, the entire musical world celebrates the 200-year anniversary of the great composer and pianist Frederic Chopin and Robert Schumann. March 18 in the Armorial Hall of the Winter Palace will make the winner of international competitions Oleg Weinstein, accompanied by the State Hermitage Orchestra under the direction of Felix Korobov.

On Saturday, March 20, the final gala concert of the festival "Dedication to Maestro" is dedicated to two eminent maestro - Lithuanian conductor Saulius Sondeckis and Russia's famous pianist Nikolai Petrov. Accompanied by the State Hermitage Orchestra and the Boys Choir "Dagilelis" Kaunas (Lithuania) will perform works of Bach and A. Vivaldi.

Enjoy the music!

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