DATE AND VENUE
18 June 2005, Hagia Eirene Museum
VLADİMİR SPİVAKOV violin & conductor †
VLADİMİR KRAİNEV piano ‡
- Antonio Vivaldi
Violin Concerto in E minor RV278 †
- Luigi Boccherini
Symphony in D minor No.6 Op.12
- Alfred Schnittke
Concerto for Piano and Strings ‡
Dedicated to Vladimir Krainev.
- Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Serenade for Strings Op.48
Lasts 110’ inc. interval.
The Russian ensemble Moscow Virtuosi established by prominent violinist Vladimir Spivakov 25 years ago, is certainly a bright page in the history of music. The orchestra will give a concert in İstanbul and mesmerise the audience with their 25 years of virtuosity and professional sound. The orchestra will be directed by their conductor, distinguished Russian violinist Vladimir Spivakov. The programme will feature selections from the Baroque era till the 20th Century. The unique atmosphere of the Hagia Eirene Museum will definitely add a lot to the programme that will include works of Vivaldi, Boccherini, Schnittke and Tchaikovsky.