Beethoven Hall

10 October, 19:30
Part I

Alexander Borodin
Quartet for flute, oboe, viola and cioloncello in D Major


Stanislav Yaroshevsky (flute)
Evgeni Roshchin-Ivanov (oboe)
Ilya Sokolov (viola)
Arseny Beznosikov (violoncello)

Alexander Varlamov
“Why Should I Live And Grieve?”


Darya Zykova (soprano)
Marina Belashuk (piano)

Cézar Cui
5 Petits duos for flute, violin and piano, op. 56

1. Badinage
2. Berceuse
3. Scherzino
4. Nocturne
5. Valse

Stanislav Yaroshevsky (flute)
Svetlana Miklaeva (violin)
Marina Belashuk (piano)

Mikhail Glinka
Romance of Antonida “I Am Not Grieving Over That, Dear Friends” from the opera Ivan Susanin


Darya Zykova (soprano)
Marina Belashuk (piano)

Mikhail Glinka
Trio Pathétique for clarinet, bassoon and piano


Mikhail Mering (clarinet)
Alexei Bazhalkin (bassoon)
Elena Popkova (piano)


Part II

Mikhail Glinka
Sonata for viola and piano in D minor (unfinished)

Arrangement for clarinet and piano

Mikhail Mering (clarinet)
Elena Popkova (piano)

Sergei Rachmaninov
Trio élégiaque No.1 in G minor


“MOS-Trio”:
Marina Belashuk (piano)
Stanislav Yaroshevsky (flute)
Olga Filatova (violoncello)

Nikolai Rimski-Korsakov
Aria of Snow Maiden “To Go On a Berry With Girlfriends” from the opera of the same title


Darya Zykova (soprano)
Marina Belashuk (piano)

Mily Balakirev
Octet in C Minor, op. 3


Elena Popkova (piano)
Stanislav Yaroshevsky (flute)
Evgeni Roshchin-Ivanov (oboe)
Artur Arzumanov (horn)
Svetlana Miklaeva (violin)
Ilya Sokolov (viola)
Arseny Beznosikov (violoncello)
Sergei Panov (double bass)


				
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