THE SIBERIAN STATE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

U.S. Tour January-March 2020
With Vladimir Lande, Music Director and Chief Conductor

ORCHESTRA
CLASSICAL 

Manager:  Jean-Jacques Cesbron
Territory: North America


ABOUT

Direct from Krasnoyarsk, Russia, the Siberian State Symphony Orchestra embarks on an 8 week U.S. tour commencing in January 2020.

Founded in 1977, the orchestra quickly won a reputation as one of the best orchestras from Russia. The orchestra plays with the finest Russian soloists and plays the great Russian classics throughout Russia and the world. In 2015 Maestro Lande became its Artistic Director. The orchestra has numerous recordings with Naxos. Its regional mission is to act as educators in the Region of Siberia.

All concerts will be led by Vladimir Lande, Music Director and Conductor of the Siberian State Symphony Orchestra, as well as Music Director and the conductor of Washington Soloists Chamber Orchestra and the Music Director of COSMIC Symphony Orchestra.

Soloists (one per concert, availability TBD)

  • Yuri Favorin , Piano
  • Peter Laul, Piano
  • Pavel Milyukov, violin

Upcoming Performances:

May 13, 2018--  Mariinsky Theatre Concert Hall, St. Petersburg

Vladimir Lande, conductor

Lev Vinocour, piano soloist

Program:

Weinberg: Rhapsody on Moldavian Themes

Smetana: “Macbeth and the Witches" - Russian premiere

Dvořák: Piano Concerto 

Brahms: Symphony No 4

More information click here


Download Media Kit



LINKS / REVIEWS

Siberian State Symphony Orchestra Website

Conductor Website
Vladimir Lande  

Soloist(s) Websites
Yury Favorinpiano
Peter Laul, piano
Pavel Milyukovviolin

VIDEO: January 16, 2018-- Vladimir Lande, conductor
Tchaikovsky Concert Hall performance

REVIEW: May 13, 2018--  Mariinsky Theatre Concert Hall, St. Petersburg
Click here for Russian version
Click here for English translation


PROGRAM

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PROGRAM SELECTION 2019-20 SEASON

PLEASE CHOOSE ONE (1) of the following programs:

1. 

N. Rimsky-Korsakov-Overture for the opera “Tzar's Bride” 7min.

D. Shostakovich violin concerto No 1.

38 min. Or

P. Tchaikovsky violin concerto 35min.

INTERMISSION

N. Rimsky-Korsakov-Symphonic Suite Shaherazade. 42 min.


2.

M. Glinka-Overture for the opera “Ruslan and Lyudmila” 6 min.

S. Prokofiev violin concerto No 1. 21 min.

INTERMISSION

S.Prokofiev Symphony No 7. 31 min.


3.

M. Weinberg “Rhapsody on Moldavian Themes”. 12 min.

S. Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 2. Or

P. Tchaikovsky Piano concerto No 1. 35 min.

38 min.

INTERMISSION

S. Rachmaninov Symphony No 2. 50 min.


4.

D. Shostakovich Tango from Ballet “Bolt”. 7 min.

S. Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 3. Or

P. Tchaikovsky piano concerto No 1. 35min.

42 min.

INTERMISSION

P. Tchaikovsky Symphony No 5. 48 min. or 4. 43 min.


5.

M. Weinberg “Rhapsody on Moldavian Themes” 12 min.

P. Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto 35min.

INTERMISSION

M. Mussorgsky Suite “Pictures at an Exhibition” 33 min.


6.

P. Tchaikovsky  Suite from the ballet "The Nutcracker" for Orchestra, Op. 71a.

P. Tchaikovsky piano concerto No 1. 35min.

INTERMISSION

P. Tchaikovsky Symphony No 5. 48 min. or 4.  43 min.