The Moscow Virtuosi and Vladimir Spivakov — 35th Anniversary Канада


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The Moscow Virtuosi and Vladimir Spivakov — 35th Anniversary Канада

In 1979 Vladimir Spivakov, an outstanding virtuoso violinist, with a group of his friends and artistic associates, mostly winners of international music competitions, as well as soloists and section leaders of the best Moscow symphonic and chamber orchestras, founded the Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra. Thus, the highest performance standard was set up from the very moment of the orchestra’s establishment, which justified its claim for a rather ambitious, at a first glance, title of «Moscow Virtuosi».

Launching artistic groups at an artist’s initiative was by no means a common practice in the Soviet Union of those years. Only governmental bodies could authorize the establishment of professional theaters, orchestras and museums. It took Vladimir Spivakov and his friends several years to prove to the authorities that the orchestra’s professional level and potential were of an order of magnitude higher than those of a great majority of State orchestras that boasted of marvelous conductors and musicians able to glorify any European or USA orchestra in the 1970’s and 1980’s.

Only in 1983 did the Moscow Virtuosi Orchestra gain the official status and the entailed governmental financial support for its performance activities.

The same years witnessed an arduous, but joyful consolidation of virtuosi musicians, each being a bright personality, into a world-class, finely-organized musical ensemble with its own performance style and a huge repertoire comprising J.S. Bach and Schnittke. The process is not completed up to now, but even in the mid 1980’s the main performance and artistic features of the orchestra became evident.

A really European manner of ensemble performance, concern for tiny details and nuances, solicitous and creative interpretation of author’s concepts, bright artistic talent and love both for the pieces performed and for the audience make the Moscow Virtuosi Orchestra so different from many other chamber orchestras. The orchestra stands away from aesthetic any snobbery and arrogant attitude to listeners, some of whom might have come to the concert quite by chance. To excite the audience emotionally and to enthrall intellectually every listener, even an ignorant one, to endow him with the pleasure of enjoining music masterpieces, to evoke the desire to come to chamber music concerts again are considered by the «Moscow Virtuosi» as the most important goals.

Ever since the chamber orchestra was founded, Vladimir Spivakov, an outstanding violinist and conductor, benefactor and prominent social figure, has been its artistic director, conductor and soloist. Thanks to Maestro Vladimir Spivakov and the two decades of his activities for the sake of the orchestra, the Moscow Virtuosi is now undoubtedly within the best chamber orchestras of the world with their own grateful audiences everywhere and is enjoying a high reputation that has been acquired by years of persistent and hard work.

Since 2003 the Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra is permanently located and rehearses at the Moscow Performance Arts Centre which was recently built and opened on December 26, 2002. In 2004 the «Moscow Virtuosi» Chamber Orchestra celebrated its 25 th anniversary and held the world tour.

Every year the Moscow Virtuosi gives over 100 concerts, mostly on tours. The geography of the tours is very extensive: it includes all regions of Russia, the former Soviet Union territory (which still remains the common cultural space of the now desintigrated country both for the orchestra and for the listeners), European countries, the USA and Japan. In all the countries the Virtuosi give their concerts not only in the best and most prestigious concert halls, such as Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Musikverrein in Vienna, Royal Festival Hall and Albert Hall in London, Pleyel and Champs Elysees Theatre in Paris, Carnegie Hall and Avery Fisher Hall in New York, Santory Hall in Tokyo, but also in ordinary venues of small towns.

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Many a time the Moscow Virtuosi has participated in famous international music festivals in Salzburg (Austria), Edinburgh (Scotland), Florence and Pompei (Italy), Lucerne and Gstaad (Switzerland), Rheingau and Schleswig-Golstein (Germany) and many others. Special links connect the Moscow Virtuosi and the International Music Festival in Colmar (France), where Maestro Vladimir Spivakov is Artistic Director. The orchestra had taken part in many Colmar Festivals since 1989 when the Festival was arranged for the first time.

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BERIN IGLESIAS ART presents:
The incomparableviolinistand conductor VLADIMIR SPIVAKOV and his widely known MOSCOW VIRTUOSIchamber orchestra!

The tour dedicated to the 40th anniversary of the orchestra, will be one of the most fascinating highlights of the season. The program includesmasterpiecesof Luigi Boccherini, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Astor Piazzolla and many others. The concerts will be held in several European cities: Zurich, Hamburg, Brussels, Berlin, Wiesbaden, Prague, Munich, Dusseldorf, Monaco and Vienna.

Vladimir Spivakov — UNESCO World Artist,President ofMoscow International House of Music as well as founder, artistic director and conductor of National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia and «Moscow Virtuosi»chamber orchestra. Virtuoso violinistperformed with the most prestigious symphony orchestras of the world. Spivakov debuted in a new role as a conductor with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra40 years ago. He was admired by critics as one of the best maestros of the world.

Spivakov founded the Moscow Virtuosi orchestra in 1979. Today, it is deservedly among one of the most sought-after chamber orchestras. «Virtuosos» performs in legendary concert halls such as: «Musikverein» (Vienna), «Albert Hall» (London), «Théâtre des Champs Elysées» (Paris) and «Carnegie Hall» (New York). Musicians give about 100 concerts per year all over the world. The delicate emotional connection between musicians and listeners in combination with masterful performance fascinates the audience and leaves no one indifferent.


The Moscow Virtuosi and Vladimir Spivakov — 35th Anniversary Канада

Tuesday
May 6, 2014 8:00 pm — 11:00 pm

Chan Centre for Performing Arts
6265 Crescent Road
Vancouver

May 9, 2014
8:00 pm — 11:00 pm

Roy Thomson Hall
60 Simcoe St.
Toronto

The Moscow Virtuosi and Vladimir Spivakov – 35th Anniversary Tour!

and 10 Years Celebration of Show One Productions!

Maestro Spivakov and the Moscow Virtuosi come to Vancouver and Toronto as part of the world tour celebrating their 35 th anniversary. Music lovers here have always welcomed them with the greatest enthusiasm, filling up every seat in the house.

Moscow Virtuosi Performs in Vancouver for 35th Anniversary Tour Tonight

Show One Productions presents the Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra & Maestro Vladimir Spivakov tonight, May 6, 2014 at 8pm at the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts. The ensemble of top-ranking soloists, under the direction of internationally renowned conductor and violinist Spivakov, arrive as part of a global tour commemorating their 35th Anniversary. The special occasion marks a long-awaited return, as it has been nearly six years since the world-class musicians last performed — to a sold out house — in Vancouver.

«We are delighted to be involved in the 35th anniversary celebration of Moscow Virtuosi and are thrilled to present them on the west coast,» said Svetlana Dvoretsky, President of Show One Productions, who has presented the ensemble in Canada for the past decade. «The ensemble received rave reviews last time they were in Vancouver and we expect audiences will be equally excited for this long overdue return.»

For 35 years, the Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra and its maestro, Vladimir Spivakov, one of the world’s most prominent conductors and violinists, have set the gold standard for chamber music performance. It is their impeccable attention to musical nuance coupled with a flawless ability to execute simultaneously that leaves audiences breathless. The Washington Post hailed the Virtuosi as «a dramatically unified ensemble» with «a sound that would put many full orchestras to shame.»

Boasting top-ranking soloists from the great orchestras of Russia, the ensemble officially debuted at the Cultural Olympiad leading up to the 1980 Moscow Olympics. Now based at the Moscow Performing Arts Centre, they give over 100 performances each year, most of them on tour at some of the world’s finest venues including the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Carnegie Hall in New York, and Suntory Hall in Tokyo.

In addition, the Moscow Virtuosi has also released more than 30 recordings on BMG/RCA Victor Red Seal of traditional chamber music repertoire, lesser known gems, and new creations.

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The programming for the special anniversary concert includes works by Mozart, Tchaikovsky, and Shostakovich as well as an arrangement of Piazzolla’s La Historia del Tango suite for violin and orchestra showcasing soloists from within the Virtuosi.

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Legendary Orchestra Moscow Virtuosi and Maestro Spivakov will stop in Vancouver and Toronto as part of their 35th anniversary .

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Vladimir Spivakov & Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra North America Tour

Maestro Spivakov and Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra return to US to celebrate their 35th Anniversary. Vladimir Spivakov, one of the world’s prominent violinists and conductors, leads his acclaimed Moscow Virtuosi since 1979, setting up the gold standard for chamber music performance.

The tour starts in California, with concerts in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Then the orchestra is going to perform in Seattle, Vancouver, Toronto, North Bethesda (Washington DC), Boston, Princeton, Newark, Greenvale (Long Island), and New York, where Moscow Virtuosi and Vladimir Spivakov are joined by the international classical music stars, for the special Gala concert at Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall.


Enjoy an exuberant program and an inimitable performance style from the world’s most celebrated chamber ensembles!

02 May 2014 San Francisco (USA), Palace of Fine Arts Theatre

Part 1 — W.A. Mozart. Divertimento No 3 in F major (in 3 movements). К 138.

P.I. Tchaikovsky. Serenade for Strings. Op. 48.

Part 2 — D.D. Shostakovich. Prelude and Scherzo. Op. 11.

Elegy and Polka. Op. 36.

A. Piazzolla. “La Historia del Tango”, suite for violin and orchestra in 4 parts (arr. by Alexey Strelnikov).

03 May 2014 Los Angeles (USA), Wilshire Ebell Theatre

Part 1 — W.A. Mozart. Divertimento No 3 in F major (in 3 movements). К 138.

P.I. Tchaikovsky. Serenade for Strings. Op. 48.

Part 2 — D.D. Shostakovich. Prelude and Scherzo. Op. 11.

Elegy and Polka. Op. 36.

A. Piazzolla. “La Historia del Tango”, suite for violin and orchestra in 4 parts (arr. by Alexey Strelnikov).

04 May 2014 Seattle (USA), Benaroya Hall

Part 1 — W.A. Mozart. Divertimento No 3 in F major (in 3 movements). К 138.

P.I. Tchaikovsky. Serenade for Strings. Op. 48.

Part 2 — D.D. Shostakovich. Prelude and Scherzo. Op. 11.


Elegy and Polka. Op. 36.

A. Piazzolla. “La Historia del Tango”, suite for violin and orchestra in 4 parts (arr. by Alexey Strelnikov).

10 May 2014 — Washington DC (USA), Strathmore Hall, Music Center at Strathmore

Part 1 — W.A. Mozart. Divertimento No 3 in F major (in 3 movements). К 138.

P.I. Tchaikovsky. Serenade for Strings. Op. 48.

Part 2 — D.D. Shostakovich. Prelude and Scherzo. Op. 11.

Elegy and Polka. Op. 36.

A. Piazzolla. “La Historia del Tango”, suite for violin and orchestra in 4 parts (arr. by Alexey Strelnikov).

11 May 2014 — Boston (USA), Sanders Theatre

Part 1 — W.A. Mozart. Divertimento No 3 in F major (in 3 movements). К 138.

P.I. Tchaikovsky. Serenade for Strings. Op. 48.

Part 2 — D.D. Shostakovich. Prelude and Scherzo. Op. 11.

Elegy and Polka. Op. 36.

A. Piazzolla. “La Historia del Tango”, suite for violin and orchestra in 4 parts (arr. by Alexey Strelnikov).

15 May 2014 — Princeton (USA), McCarter Theatre, Princeton University

Soloist and conductor – Vladimir Spivakov

Part 1 — W.A. Mozart. Divertimento No 3 in F major (in 3 movements). К 138.


P.I. Tchaikovsky. Serenade for Strings. Op. 48.

Part 2 — A. Vivaldi. Violin concerto in E minor, F.I № 37.

G. Rossini. Sonata No 3.

L. Boccherini. Symphony No.4 in D minor.

16 May 2014 — Newark (USA), New Jersey Performing Arts Center

Soloist and conductor – Vladimir Spivakov

Part 1 — W.A. Mozart. Divertimento No 3 in F major (in 3 movements). К 138.

P.I. Tchaikovsky. Serenade for Strings. Op. 48.

Part 2 — A. Vivaldi. Violin concerto in E minor, F.I № 37.

G. Rossini. Sonata No 3.

L. Boccherini. Symphony No.4 in D minor.

17 May 2014 — Greenvale (USA), Tilles Center for the Performing Arts

Soloist and conductor – Vladimir Spivakov

Part 1 — W.A. Mozart. Divertimento No 3 in F major (in 3 movements). К 138.

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P.I. Tchaikovsky. Serenade for Strings. Op. 48.

Part 2 — A. Vivaldi. Violin concerto in E minor, F.I № 37.

G. Rossini. Sonata No 3.


L. Boccherini. Symphony No.4 in D minor.

Gala-concert. Soloists – Olga Kern, Dmitri Hvorostovsky, grant-holders of the Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation, prize-winners of international competitions Anastasia Kobekina (cello), Matvey Sherling (saxophone), Vladislav Kern (piano).

Conductor – Vladimir Spivakov

The programme includes gems of the classical music repertoire.

For more information and tickets visit the web-site.

Moscow Virtuosi/Spivakov

February 10 2005, 12:00am, The Times

THE Moscow Virtuosi have travelled a long way since their birth 25 years ago, and their anniversary gala concert seemed determined to prove the point.

Musical and political sparks were flying when I first met them when they were just nine years old, and their founder-leader, Vladimir Spivakov, had just taken on the Colmar Festival. They had caused something of a string-playing revolution in the Soviet Union, and were about to seek musical asylum with a Spanish prince. Now they’re back in Moscow, residing at the new International House of Music.

Their eclectic programme showed aspects of it all. First came the ever-boyish Spivakov, now white-haired elder statesman and musical diplomat, playing Vivaldi’s Concerto in E minor with aristocratic flair, and revealing the iridescent light…

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