March 13 the soloist will give the Third Violin Concerto by Camille Saint-Saens together with the Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra
March 13, Sunday at 11 a.m. St Petersburg Music House invites to Linz, wherein on the Brucknerhaus stage together with the Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra will perfrom the Laureate of International Tchaikovsky Competition (2015) violinist Pavel Milyukov. Behind the Conductor's Stand – Alim Shakhmametyev.
Paul Milyukov will perform the famous Third Violin Concerto by Camille Saint-Saens, whose 180th anniversary was celebrated last year. This concert of rare beauty, revealing the expressive violin skills, was dedicated to the famous Spanish virtuoso violinist and composer Pablo de Sarasate. Saint-Saens was able to fill this composition with both the impressionistic techniques and folk intonations - French and Spanish themes. It is believed that the masterpiece requires the high mastery level and subtle understanding from the violinist.
Pavel Milyukov (31 years old). Born in Perm. Graduate of the Moscow Conservatory (class of Professor Vladimir Ivanov). Student of Vienna Conservatory (class of Professor Boris Kushnir). Laureate of the International Competitions: «Kloster Shontal» (Germany), Saratstsi (Greece), Canetti (Hungary), Yampolsky (Moscow), Paganini (Moscow), David Oistrakh (Moscow), International Violin Competition in Astana (Kazakhstan, 2008). In recent years, he was the Winner of All-Russia Music Competition (Moscow, 2010), the Laureate of International Violin Competition in Seoul (South Korea, 2012), the Winner of Aram Khachatryan Competition (Armenia, 2012), the III Prize Winner of International Tchaikovsky Competition. (Moscow, 2015). The Member of St. Petersburg Music House Program since 2007, Soloist of the Moscow Philharmonia since 2012.
The concert begins at 11 a.m.
Ticket price 10-49 EUR
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"Russian Tuesdays" — a joint project of the St Petersburg Music House and Concert Center Brucknerhaus, named in honour of the eminent Austrian composer Anton Bruckner. The next concert of this series will take place on April 26, 2016 – on the Brucknerhaus stage will perform the Laureates of International Competitions Ivan Sendetsky (cello) and Andrey Telkov (piano).
St. Petersburg Music House is the federal cultural institution, established in 2006 to prepare young Russian musicians for international competitions and festivals, occupies The Palace of Grand Duke Alexis Romanov at 122 Moika River Bank.
Artistic director is famous cellist, People's Artist of Russia, professor Sergei Roldugin. 2015/2016 Season for Music House is Anniversary Year. It will celebrate 10 Years on February 3, 2016.
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