Season 2016/2017

29 September 2016
Small Hall of Moscow Conservatory
Melodiya Apriori 1st Recital: LOW STRINGS
Serge Poltavsky (viola, electronics), Evgeny Rumyantsev (cello), Grigory Krotenko (double bass)
 
Bernhard Romberg. Trio in Eminor from 3 trios d'une difficulte progressive for viola and two cellos, op.38, #1
Alfred Schnittke. Hymn II for cello and double bass
Efrein Oscher. Escenas del Sur for viola and double bass
Ludwig van Beethoven. Duet mit zwei obligaten Augenglaesern for viola an cello in E flat major, WoO 32
Vladimir Ryabov. Motet to the Cologne Cathedral for viola, cello and double bass from the European cathedrals cycle, op. 77
Matthew Locke. Fantasia No.3 for three violas da gamba from Suite No.1 in C minor Flatt Consort
Ylva Lund Bergner. Palabras for viola and electronics (recorded for iTunes only)
William R. Shannon. Tableau alla Bachiana for cello with tape
Alexandra Filonenko. Jackson (G) for double bass and electronics (recorded for iTunes only)
Peter WesenAuer. Lasterhaftes Trio for viola, cello and double bass
 

3 October 2016
Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory

IV RISE &GO! Charitable Concert for palsy children
Persimfans (First Symphony Ensemble – conductorless orchestra)
Richard Wagner. Overture to Parsifal
Anatoly Lyadov. The enchanted lake
Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Romeo and Juliet overture-fantasia
Alexander Scriabin. Rêverie (Dreams)
Alexander Mosolov. Iron Foundry (Factory: machine-music)
Alexander Lebedev. Concert for piano and orchestra, part 2
Sergei Prokofiev. Ode to the end of the war

Funds raised from the tickets selling and private donations go to the Addresses of Mercy Charitable Foundation. Clicking on this link you can make your own donation anytime. “Rise & Go!” campaign for palsy children rehabilitation courses covering is on 24/7.

29 October 2016
Small Hall of Moscow Conservatory

Melodiya Apriori series 2nd Recital: QUINTET+
Ludmila Berlinskaya (piano), New Russian Quartet ft. Julia Igonina (1st violin), Elena Kharitonova (2nd violin), Mikhail Rudoy (viola), Alexey Steblev (cello) + Igor Fedorov (clarinet)
Nikolai Medtner. Piano quintet in C major, po.posth
Sergei Prokofiev. Overture on the Hebrew Themes, op.34
Alexey Kurbatov. Sextet (commissioned piece)
Dmitry Shostakovich. Piano quintet in G minor, op.57


29 November 2016
Small Hall of Moscow Conservatory

Melodiya Apriori series 3rd Recital: 3X3
Lukas Geniušas (piano), Aylen Pritchin (violin), Alexander Buzlov (cello)
Dmitri Shostakovich. Piano trio No.1 in C minor, op.8
Mieczysław Weinberg, Piano trio, ор. 24
Maurice Ravel. Piano trio in A minor, M.67

29 December 2016
Small Hall of Moscow Conservatory

Melodiya Apriori series 4th Recital: LIEDERABEND
Andrei Jilihovsci (baritone), Vadym Kholodenko (piano)
Alban Berg. Sonata for piano, op.1
Paul Hindemith. Einleitung und Lied, op.37/2
Hugo Wolf. 18 Mörike-Lieder from all four songbooks
Richard Strauss. Morgen (recorded encore)

21 March 2017
Yamaha Artists Centre

Yuri Favorin (piano), Serge Poltavsky (viola)
Alexey Sysoev. Present Perfect. World première

In partnership with Yamaha Music Russia

Season 2017/2018

3 October 2017
Niko Art Gallery

V RISE & GO! Charitable concert for palsy children
Natalia Muradymova (soprano), Yury Favorin (piano), Alexey Kurbatov (piano), Aylen Pritchin (violin), Haik Kazazyan (violin), Ilya Gaisin (violin), Sergei Suvorov (cello), Igor Fedorov (clarinet)

Aram Khachaturian. Trio for clarinet, violin and piano
Sergei Prokofiev. Four Etudes for piano
Sergei Prokofiev. Sonata #2 for violin and piano
Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Four romances
Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Трио "Памяти великого художника"

Funds raised from the tickets selling and private donations go to the Addresses of Mercy Charitable Foundation. Clicking on this link you can make your own donation anytime. “Rise & Go!” campaign for palsy children rehabilitation courses covering is on 24/7.

 

27 October 2017
Niko Art Gallery

SOLO CELLO: Boris Andrianov

Giovanni Sollima. Alone
J.S.Bach. Suite #3
Giovanni Sollima. Lame
J.S. Bach. Suite #4
Giovanni Sollima. Lamentatio
Zoltán Kodály. Sonata #8

 

1 December 2017
Niko Art Gallery 

Yury Favorin piano recital

Nikolai Tcherepnin. The Masque of the Red Death, Choreodrama in one act based on Ed.Poe, op.49
Arthur Lurié. Formes en l'air, dedicated to Pablo Picasso
Gavriil Popov. Large Suite, op.6
Alexander Scriabin.Sonata #10, op.70

 

14 December 2017
Tchaikovsky Concert Hal

DIE ÜBERMENSCHLICHE MUSIK. Dedicated to the centennial of Russian Revolution
Persimfans+ Düsseldorfer Symphoniker

Ludwig van Beethoven. Egmont Overture
Kurt Schwitters. Die Ursonate
Julius Meitus. At Dneprostroi
Wolfgang A. Mozart. Die Zauberflöte overture in arrangement for the cinema, clubs and schools
Edmund Meisel. Music to The Battleship Potemkin movie (fragment)
Julius Meitus. For Ilich Death (rhythmic declamation)
Joseph Schillinger. October symphonic rhapsody

Supported by Göthe-Institut Moskau, Auswärtiges Amt and North Rhein-Westphalia State Administration in partnership with Helikon Artists and Tonhalle Düsseldorf.

 

Season 2018/2019

29 November 2018

Yamaha Artists Centre

Yuri Favorin (piano), Dmitry Shchyolkin (percussion)

Alexey Sysoev. Present Indefinite. World première

In partnership with Yamaha Music Russia 

 

25 March 2019

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Lukas Geniušas (piano)

Solo recital: Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Desyatnikov

 

 

Season 2020/2021

22 July 2020 
NIKO Gallery

LIVE OFFLINE #1

Julia Igonina (violin), Maxim Emelyanychev (piano)
Chamber music: Schumann, Chausson, Brahms, Grieg

 

5 August 2020

NIKO Gallery

LIVE OFFLINE #2

Natalia Muradymova (soprano), Anton Zaraev (baritone), Irina Orzhekhovskaya (piano)

Russian romances and voice cycles: Glinka, Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Sviridov, Rachmaninoff

11 August 2020 
NIKO Gallery

LIVE OFFLINE #3
Alisa Ten (voice), Serge Poltavsky (viola d’amore), Rust Pozyumsky (viola da gamba), Marina Belova (lute)
“Reflection of imaginary beauty”: Baroque music recital 

 

18 August 2020 

NIKO Gallery

LIVE OFFLINE #4
Nadezhda Artamonova (violin), Alexey Kurbatov (piano)
Chamber music: Medtner, Schumann, Mahler, Kurbatov, Grieg

 

21 September 2020 

NIKO Gallery

LADIES APRIORI #1

Olga Tolkmit (soprano), Ksenia Bashmet (piano)
Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky, Puccini

 

13 October 2020

NIKO Gallery

NOVOSELIE: 4 voices & 4 violas

Chamber recital ft. folk'n'baroque music, Peter cantus, Rust Pozyumsky's compositions 

Voices: Alisa Ten, Marfa Semyonova, Evgeny Bargintsev, Dmitry Matvienko

Violas: Serge Poltavsky, Vadim Weinstein, Rust Pozymsky, Anton Izgagin

 

19 October 2020 

NIKO Gallery

Piano duet

Anna Geniushene & Lukas Geniusas 
Ravel, Debussy, Stravinsky

 

21 October 2020 
NIKO Gallery

MUSIC FOR ARTSAKH

Charitable musical marathon to raise funds for the VIVA Charitable Foundation 

 

25 October 2020 

NIKO Gallery

INTRADA APRIORI

Intrada vocal ensemble under Ekaterina Antonenko

Russian baroque music


23 November 2020 

NIKO Gallery

LADIES APRIORI #3

Daria Zykova (soprano), Varvara Myagkova (piano)
Bach, Shostakovich, Prokofiev

 

18 December 2020 

NIKO Gallery

MUSIC OF CHAPELLS & SQUARES

QUORI CANTANTI ensemble 

Italian Renaissance music

 

30 January 2021 (shifted from 19 October and 7 December)

LADIES APRIORI #2 

Albina Latipova (soprano), Anna Geniushene (piano)

Schumann, Rimsky-Korsakov, Rachmaninoff

 

23 April 2021 

St Andrew's Anglican Church

Varvara Myagkova (piano)

"Sacred and profane": Bach, Scarlatti, Messiaen 

 

21 June 2021 

NIKO Gallery

SOLSTICE APRIORI mini-fest

Maxim Rysanov (viola), Jacob Katsnelson (piano) 

Bach. Sonata for viola da gamba & harpsichord No.1 in G major, BWV 1027

Schubert. Arpeggione sonata in A minor, D.821

Prokofiev. 4 pieces from "Romeo and Juliet" ballet (arr. for viola and piano by Borisovsky): Dance of the knights; Juliet as a young girl; Mercutio; Death of Juliet.

 

22 June 2021 

NIKO Gallery

SOLSTICE APRIORI mini-fest

Vadym Kholodenko (piano)

Beethoven. 12 Variations on the Russian Dance from 'Das Waldmädchen', WoO 71 

Rzewski. "The People United Will Never Be Defeated!" (36 variations on the Chilean song "¡El pueblo unido jamás será vencido!" by Sergio Ortega and Quilapayún)