Моей Судьбы Река - Various - Песня 71-90
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The Musical magazine presents the final issue of the year. We are pleased to turn to the events played an important role in the life of varying creative team — theater or philharmonic. All these events in regional theatres and philharmonic societies, universities and concert organizations became what is called the hallmarks of the musical year.
Your enlightened attention is invited to the symbolic premieres from Moscow to Magadan, branded festivals from Surgut to Krasnodar and top anniversaries of the year This number we celebrate the two years since the release of the first issue to the public.
Stay with us! Happy New Year! Our e-mail: themusicalmagazine gmail. October issue of The Musical magazine continues Моей Судьбы Река - Various - Песня 71-90 survey regional musical scene and its main events.
The most extensive unit is dedicated to festivals held in different cities of Russia. Ekaterinburg Symphony Forum have attended by eight autumn days some of the best Russian orchestras and conductors. Mikhailov Opera Festival in honor of the outstanding Bolshoi Theatre bass Maxim Mikhailov traditionally was held in the capital of Chuvashia — Cheboksary.
Annual Organ Festival in Perm which is characterized by the originality of its concept and variety of concert programs in many ways has long been the city hallmark.
Komi Republic opera and ballet festivals — Syktyvkarsa Tulys Syktyvkar spring and recently revived Zarni dzhydzhyas Golden swallow — adorned the cultural life of Syktyvkar. As well we present some important contests of the year: Muslim Magomayev vocal competition in the Crocus City Hall unifying opera and pop in its program and new vocal project of Ural State Conservatory Ekaterinburg consisting of You Dont Know Who Loves You - Eddie Korosa - 15 Great Polka Hits classes of outstanding domestic singers, coaches and vocal professors.
Our section Theatre pages as usual contains some reviews of new productions in the capital and regional theaters as well as articles on Boris Pokrovsky Chamber Music Theater and Teatrium on Serpukhovka headed by Teresa Durova a representative of the glorious artistic dynasty. Persona of the issue is the young opera singer from Ekaterinburg, coloratura soprano Zarema Berezova.
September issue of The Musical magazine continues the theme of regional art and presents a lot of events of different genres in different provinces of Russia.
The article from Novosibirsk is devoted to Моей Судьбы Река - Various - Песня 71-90 jubilee of the famous conductor Arnold Katz. This important anniversary was marked by a series of brilliant concert programs in the Novosibirsk Philharmonic, the new hall of which is named recently in his honor. Two items highlight opera Моей Судьбы Река - Various - Песня 71-90 chamber programs of the traditional summer festival Stars of the White Nights — in St.
Publication from Saratov reviews the First Volga festival of contemporary art while the correspondence from Samara is dedicated to the anniversary of the city philharmonic organ.
The report from the last Bayreuth Opera Festival completes current festival theme. In our Theatregoers section you can read an interview with the director of the St. The title item of issue is dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the Ural Conservatory. The publication contains memoirs of famous graduates, different facts of history and present day and the interview with the rector, famous pianist Valery Shkarupa.
The festival unites events of Моей Судьбы Река - Various - Песня 71-90 musical genres and forms of art. One exhibit book exhibition allocated a room. Supplements book exhibition installation of the famous Krasnoyarsk artist Victor Sachivko. The program of the festival includes concerts of folk groups of Krasnoyarsk region, Tuva, Khakassia and the participating countries-India and Indonesia, Моей Судьбы Река - Various - Песня 71-90 and Mexico, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Mongolia, Korea and Japan, Turkmenistan and Cambodia and many others.
In total, the festival was attended by 63 creative team and performer of various genres of traditional, classical and modern art from 30 countries of the Asia-Pacific region and the Commonwealth of Independent States.
In total, the festival was attended participants of foreign countries and Russia. He collected six young contemporary choreographers who set each mini-ballet based on the different works of the great Siberian writer Victor Astafiev Krasnoyarsk. It was founded on the initiative of the Moscow Region Governor Andrei Vorobyov Моей Судьбы Река - Various - Песня 71-90 was held for the second time this year.
Tchaikovsky in Klin. Mylene Farmer* - California (Remixes) always there are a lot of materials from various regions of Russia. The hero of the first of them — the head of Department of culture of the Ministry of defense of Russia Anton Gubankov.
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12 Quintett Wie? Wie? Wie? Ihr An Diesem Schreckensorte - Mozart* - Janowitz* ‧ Gedda* ‧ Popp* the theatrical magazine — reviews recent premieres in Metropolitan and regional theatres. Terminates a number of interviews with Opera diva Violetta Urmana. E-mail address of the editorial office: themusicalmagazine gmail. In she was awarded the Prize of the President of the Russian Federation for young cultural workers.
As usual in the issue one can read reviews of the recent premieres in metropolitan and regional musical theaters, and learn about some events in their creative life — jubilees, recitals and preparation of new productions. The theme of creative quest is further touched in the interview of the popular Моей Судьбы Река - Various - Песня 71-90 Vladimir Dashkevich, who celebrated his 80 th birthday in the beginning of this year.
Famous composer Alexander Zhurbin reviews the latest theater premieres of the Metropolitan Opera and St. Among other notable materials of the issue there are publication about the exhibition dedicated to the history of Russian anthems at the M.
The second central theme of the issue is Silent Night - Johnny Adams - Christmas In New Orleans With Johnny Adams Year of Culture in Russia. Some materials of the issue are dedicated to the jubilees of such iconic figures in the national musical art as Yuri Моей Судьбы Река - Various - Песня 71-90 and Elena Obraztsova.
The first cover of the issue is devoted to the wonderful pianist Alexander Romanovsky. The events we have not covered during the outgoing year, or the events that took place on the eve of the New Year.
The central event of the issue is the X International Christmas Festival of Arts in Novosibirsk — the largest art forum in the area to the East of the Urals. Materials about the Festival also feature interviews with the leaders in the field of culture and art of the Novosibirsk region — Minister of Culture, directors of the leading theater companies and musical colleges. Materials about the Festival program include review of concerts that represented Aléjate De Mí (Versión Online) - Camila - Dejarte De Amar Edicion Especial musical part of the Christmas Festival in Novosibirsk.
Among the top names of the participants of the musical program of the festival there were Mikhail Pletnev, who played out of Moscow for the first time Моей Судьбы Река - Various - Песня 71-90 his return to his solo piano career, Dmitri Hvorostovsky, who presented his new concert program, pianists Boris Berezovsky and Tomona Miyazaki, jazz musicians, Jean-Luc Ponty and Dorotea Mele, violinist Nigel Kennedy, Моей Судьбы Река - Various - Песня 71-90 trumpeter Sergei Nakaryakov and many others.
And also many other materials. The November issue of Music Magazine starts with the interview by one of the brightest young representatives of contemporary performing art, namely, pianist Ekaterina Mechetina. The Festivals column presents the kaleidoscopic survey of musical forums throughout Russia, from Moscow to leading cultural centers of Siberia.
One event is specially noted in the issue. It was launched upon the initiative of the metropolitan department of cultural activities and embraces both Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Christmas seasons with its concerts. The Concerts column is just as varied reflecting the geography of the events in question. The Reviews and Theatres columns customarily showcase various regions of Russia. The general line of the October issue of The Musical Magazine consists in showcasing the so-called light genre and Sverdlovsk State Academic Theatre of Musical comedy as its leading representative.
Almost immediately after its foundation eighty years ago, the theatre had become the leading artistic force amongst Russian theatres related to the light genre. It had accumulated progressive ideas and best creative resources assembled from composers, playwrights, stage directors, actors, stage designers and choreographers. The high quality of such an accumulation of forces was once again confirmed at Anniversary Octave festival that took place in September and spanned over eight days.
This festival took place in Yekaterinburg formerly Sverdlovsk and assembled the best representatives of the light genre from all over Russia and both neighboring and remote foreign countries. The program of the festival included most recent premieres of the theatre ranging from classical operetta to contemporary musical productions.
Also, there was a retrospective show-reel about the history of creation of the theatre and a gala concert with the participation of operetta and musical stars from various regions of Russia and from European theatres.
The program of the festival also included an important Моей Судьбы Река - Various - Песня 71-90 commemorating Vladimir Kurochkin remarkable stage director with the title of National Artist of USSR. He had been heading the theatre for many years and had defined its creative priorities for a long time to come. A memorial plate was opened in his honor. The climax of the anniversary events was a round-table discussion dedicated to the challenges presented by the theatres of light genre.
The participants, prominent theatrical critics of Russia and renowned activists of domestic musical theatre, became the authors of the articles-reflections that constituted the principal part of the October issue of The Musical Magazine. Other important materials included in the issue were reviews of operetta and musical premieres in metropolitan and regional theatres, summarizing articles about theatrical events related to the light genre, materials related to Operetta LandCompetition for Young Artists of Operetta and Musical that took place at the end of October in Moscow, and much more.
As always, readers can find a subscription form for the year of at the end of the issue. Our website is www. Festival palette of the issue is represented by essay on the major European music, opera and ballet festivals of the last summer: Bayreuth, Salzburg, Verona, Bodrum, Colmar. Traditional Big Mama Boogie (Parts 1 & 2) - Cactus - Live In The States 1971 are devoted to the opening of a new concert Bonitasco - Ramiro Naka - Gumbe Blues Kreol — in Moscow, Novosibirsk and other cities, as well as to reviews of the recent premiers in the capital and regional Russian Opera and Ballet Theatres.
This time it is dedicated to the 80 th anniversary of one of the oldest musical theaters of South Russia — the Krasnodar musical theater. Krasnodar musical theater history includes performances of different genres — opera and operetta, ballet and musical.
Among the most important of them are the jubilee of the world-famous singer Yevgeni Nesterenko and the opening of a new Russian musical theater — Seaside Theatre of Opera and Ballet Vladivostok. The event of the issue and undoubted climax of the summer concert life in Russia is the joint performance by Anna Netrebko and Dmitri Hvorostovsky in the Red Square on June 19, The increased interest in the project is logical — Netrebko alone is not a frequent guest in Russia, and the opportunity to listen to her along with another star of comparable level is all unique.
The collage, opening the issue is dedicated to this event. The person of the issue is the outstanding Russian ballet dancer Ilze Liepa. Petersburg and Russian regions. The issue covers events in the musical life of Russia in May and June Central among them is the inauguration of a new stage of the Mariinsky Theater, the undoubted leader of the Russian musical and performing arts. Leading materials on this topic are an article by St. Petersburg musicologist and music critic Vladimir Dudin, covering the opening ceremony of the new stage of the Mariinsky Theatre and Loose Bloose - Daniele Sepe - A Note Spiegate gala concert of Russian and world opera stars, and an interview with Valery Gergiev, who celebrated his diamond jubilee those days.
There are more materials dedicated to the Mariinsky Theatre and musical events of the northern capital. These are materials under the heading Discography telling about the Mariinsky label updates, articles by St. The person of the issue is the pianist, incomparable interpreter of Sergei Rachmaninoff Alexei Botvinov. It is being published since January The founder of the journal is the Irina Arkhipova Regional Public Foundation, one of the leading organizations in Russia, engaged in various projects in the world of classical music.
The journal is published also with the support of the International Union of Musicians and is being distributed not only in Moscow and St. Petersburg, but also in more than 50 regions of Russia. Among the members of the editorial board are some famous figures of Russian and world music and culture.
E-mail address of the journal is themusicalmagazine gmail. Index of the edition is Petersburg, Russian regions and some major European theaters and in the U.