Beethoven Hall

13 January, 19:30
Part I

Sergei Prokofiev
“Morning Serenade” from the ballet Romeo and Juliet
(transcription for harp by V. Dulova)

Aram Khachaturyan
“Toccata” 
“Eastern Dance” 

(redaction by V. Dulova)

Music for Irish harp:

Turlough O’Carolan
“Carolan’s Farewell to Music”
(redaction by S. Larchet-Cuthbert)

Kim Robertson
“New Leaves”

“The Water is Wide”
Traditional English folk song
(arranged for harp by Kim Robertson)

“Glenlivet”
Traditional Scottish folk song
(arranged for harp by Kim Robertson)

Valery Kikta
Fantasy on themes from Tchaikovskys opera The Queen of Spades

Nika Ryabchinenko (harp)


Part II

Valery Kikta
Sonata for violin and harp

I. Metamorphoses of the Autumnal Landscape in the Sokolova Pustyn
II. Fantasia on the Theme from A. Varlamov’s Romance “Krasny Sarafan”
III. Rondo. After the D. Gorlov’s Sculpture “Troika”

Vladimir Sklyarevsky (violin)
Nika Ryabchinenko (harp)

Viktor Ulyanich
“The Bells of the Soul”
Concert Symphony for clarinet, harp and string orchestra and percussion

Dmitry Limantsev (clarinet)
Nika Ryabchinenko (harp) 
 
Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra artists
Conductor: Anton Grishanin



				
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