Historic Stage

6 March, 19:00
Part I

Antonio Vivaldi
Three fragments from Gloria, RV 589:


Gloria
Domine Deus, Agnus Dei
Domine Fili Unigenite

Sergei Vanin (countertenor)
Ludmila Khersonskaya (violin)
Pyotr Kondrachin (cello)
Alexei Korniliev (trumpet)
Gianluca Libertucci (organ)
The Chamber Choir of Moscow Сonservatory
Conductor: Alexander Soloviev

Georg Friedrich Händel
Aria of Serse “Ombra mai fu” from the opera Serse
 

Alexander Boldachev (harp)
Hiroko Inoue (organ)

Georg Friedrich Händel
Aria of Rinaldo “Or la tromba” from the opera Rinaldo

Sergei Vanin (countertenor)
Alexei Korniliev (trumpet)
Evgenia Krivitskaya (organ)

Alessandro Marcello – Johann Sabastian Bach
Adagio from Concerto for oboe and strings in D minor, BWV 974
Francesco Petrarca
Canzona from “In vita di Madonna Laura”


Pyotr Tataritsky (actor-reciter)
Ludmila Khersonskaya (violin)
Evgenia Krivitskaya (organ)

Johann Sabastian Bach
Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565


Baptiste Florian Marle-Ouvrard (organ)

César Franck
“Panis Angelicus”


Svetlana Shilova (mezzo-soprano)
Evgenia Krivitskaya (organ)
Bolshoi Theatre Children’s Choir
Chorus Master: Yuilia Molchanova

Théodore Dubois
Toccata in G major from 12 Pièces pour orgue


Daniel Zaretsky (organ)

Vincenzo Bellini
Cavatina of Norma “Casta diva” from the opera Norma

Anastasia Barun (soprano)
Evgenia Krivitskaya (organ)
The Chamber Choir of Moscow Сonservatory
Conductor: Alexander Soloviev

Alexander Glazunov
Adagio from the ballet Raymonda

Choreography by Marius Petipa

Maria Allash (prima ballerina)
Alexander Volchkov (principal dancer)
Ludmila Khersonskaya (violin)
Evgenia Krivitskaya (organ)


Part II

Percy Fletcher
Festival Toccata


Gianluca Libertucci (organ)

Jules Massenet
Ave Maria on Méditation from the opera Thaïs


Svetlana Shilova (mezzo-soprano)
Ludmila Khersonskaya (violin)
Alexander Boldachev (harp)
Daniel Zaretsky (organ)

Gioacchino Rossini
Overture to the opera Guglielmo Tell

Transcription for organ

Hiroko Inoue (organ)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
“Ave verum corpus”, KV 618


Baptiste Florian Marle-Ouvrard (organ)
Bolshoi Theatre Children’s Choir
Chorus Master: Yuilia Molchanova
The Chamber Choir of Moscow Сonservatory
Conductor: Alexander Soloviev

Camille Saint-Saëns
The Swan from the suite Le carnaval des animaux
Choreography by Mikhail Fokin

Maria Allash (prima ballerina)
Pyotr Kondrachin (cello)
Alexander Boldachev (harp)
Evgenia Krivitskaya (organ)

Issei Tsukamoto
“Sakura” and “The Bird” from the opera The Stories about Princess Dzhoruri


Hiroko Inoue (organ)

Jean Langlais
Epilogue for Pedal Solo from Hommage à Frescobaldi

Daniel Zaretsky (organ)

Astor Piazzolla
Ave Maria
Anonimous 16th century
Christmas poem “And the Angel Took Me”


Pyotr Tataritsky (actor-reciter)
Pyotr Kondrachin (cello)
Evgenia Krivitskaya (organ)

Charles-Marie Widor
Toccata from the Fifth Organ Symphony


Jean-Baptiste Dupont (organ)

Henry Purcell
Aria of Cold Genius “What Power Art Thou” from the opera King Arthur

Nino Rota
“A Time for Us”


Sergei Vanin (countertenor)
Ludmila Khersonskaya (violin)
Evgenia Krivitskaya (organ)

Giulio Caccini (Vladimir Vavilov) – Oleg Yanchenko
Ave Maria

Anastasia Barun (soprano)
Alexei Korniliev (trumpet)
Evgenia Krivitskaya (organ)
The Chamber Choir of Moscow Сonservatory
Conductor: Alexander Soloviev



				
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