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Playlist of the month: dedicated to the 150th anniversary of A. Scriabin
From January 1 to January 9, the St. Petersburg Music House will be broadcasting concert programs that were performed in St. Petersburg in the past year 2021. The Internet audience will enjoy symphonic and chamber music for piano, violin, cello, flute, clarinet, oboe and trombone.
Classical lovers will enjoy a performance by trombonist Alexey Lobikov, winner of the 16th International Tchaikovsky Competition (2019), on January 1, the first day of 2022. There will be Concerto for trombone and small orchestra by Georg Wagenseil and a satirical Concertino by Swedish composer Lars-Erik Larsson.
On January 2, there will be a Sunday broadcast of cellist Vasiliy Stepanov's performance. The program includes Camille Saint-Saëns' 1st Cello Concerto, which stunned contemporaries with its brevity and purity of writing.
On Monday, January 3, soloist of the St. Petersburg Music House, Anna Savkina, and the Northern Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Fabio Mastrangelo, will perform Alexander Glazunov's Violin Concerto online.
On Tuesday, January 4, the Internet audience will enjoy the "truly Russian" Piano Concerto No. 3 by Sergei Rachmaninov. Soloist is a laureate of international competitions Ilia Papoian.
On Wednesday, January 5, there will be a broadcast of oboist Alexey Savinkov performance. There will be Mozart Concerto for Oboe and Orchestra, the manuscript of which was long thought to have been lost.
On January 6, Christmas Eve, Violin Virtuosos Boris Kushnir, Ravil Islyamov, Alexandra Weissbecker and Anna Savkina will bring holiday cheer to online listeners. The program includes Spanish tones and gypsy motifs in Ravel's Rhapsody, Dvořák's Romance, and Shostakovich's music for "Gadfly", as well as violin masterpieces by Beethoven, Paganini, and Tchaikovsky
On January 7, our Christmas gift to music lovers will be a broadcast of a recital by Paris's first flute player Vincent Lucas at the English Hall of the St. Petersburg Music House. The flutist will perform mesmerizing compositions by Bach, Gober, Rachmaninov, Martin, Tsybin, and Piazzolla. Piano part by Elena Serova.
On Saturday, January 8, there will be a broadcast of the performance of pianist Dmitriy Yudin with the Saint Petersburg Academic Symphony Orchestra . Audiences will experience Emperor, Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 5.
On Sunday, January 9, Ravil Islyamov, soloist of the St. Petersburg Music House, will perform the great Shostakovich - Violin Concerto No. 1, which was premiered after being putted off for seven years.