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October 1-3: "Baroque classics" Music Day in Moscow
« on: October 02, 2010, 06:31:54 PM »
Capital of Russia music venues prepared for the International Day of Music, October 1, concerts with international stars of classical scene and Museum. Glinka show rarities from his collection at the "Fancy a classic".
Moscow Philarmonic suit on Friday at the Concert Hall of the Tchaikovsky concert, "Masquerade," a program which will perform only the fair gender.

"In this wonderful, very beautiful concert will some ladies, and even control of the State Symphony Capella of Russia will rise the famous Swedish conductor Maria Eklund," - said the representative of the press-service Philarmonic.

In speeches in front of the Moscow audience brought the Hungarian soprano Emek Barat, the Russian soprano Juliana Aleksyuk, Israeli flautist Sharon Betz, Norwegian Tine Tine Thing Helseth trumpet, and Mika Takehara, representing both Japan and Sweden, and playing the marimba.

The concert program includes works by Gluck, Mozart, Berlioz, Wagner, Handel, Bizet, Strauss, Rimsky-Korsakov and Borisova-Ollas.

In addition, the Chamber Hall of the young pianist will perform Sergei Artsibashev, who will present a program of works by Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert.

House of Music prepared statement of its founder and artistic director, Vladimir Spivakov, who will speak in the Svetlanov Hall with the National Philharmonic of Russia and the young Chinese violinist Feng Nin in the cycle of concerts "Tribuna young. Rising international star as a soloist with the Russian musicians will perform Concerto № 1 for violin and orchestra in G minor and Bruch's Concerto № 1 for violin and orchestra in D major Paganini.

The Moscow Conservatory in the day the music will start a new season in the Small Hall of the Conservatory concert ensemble Brahms Trio - pianist Natalia Rubinstein, violinist Nikolai Sachenko and cellist Kirill Rodin play, of course, Brahms, and "Memory of a Great Artist" by Tchaikovsky.

Do not bypass the attention of festival and the State Central Museum of Musical Culture named after Glinka, who on this day will open the exhibition "Fancy a classic," where there will be exhibits from the State Collection of Unique Musical Instruments in Russia and the fund of the Museum of Musical Instruments.

As the press-service music center in June of this year, the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation to the Museum State Collection of Unique Musical Instruments in Russia, so was prepared by a number of exhibition projects. "Fancy a classic - the first of the planned projects.

Most of the musical instruments on display, exhibited for the first time, although some of them are in the museum from the very first years of its existence. Many musical instruments were created as experimental, applied, decorative, gift or contract copies.

Of the unusual shape of instruments you will see a wavy shape alto Czech school of the XIX century, the "corrugated" cello Italian master Gadelyarusa XVIII century, asymmetrical violin "Butterfly", a group of miniature poshettov XVIII century - the favorite "pocket" skripochek dance teacher. Will also present tools, tailor-made for special occasions, for example, an experimental hybrid string instrument and a gramophone first half of the twentieth century - "Violin" system "Straw."

Also on display you can see the stringed musical instruments made from nontraditional materials, such as matches.

At the conclusion of a festive day at the museum will show the National Quartet Borodin, who will perform works by Haydn and Mendelssohn on the instruments of the State Collection of Unique Musical Instruments of the Russian Federation.
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