April 14, Good Friday, 8:00 PM
HAYDN – THE SEVEN LAST WORDS OF CHRIST
Written on a commission by the Cadiz Cathedral for Good Friday service, this is one of the most inspiring compositions of all times. In the words of Misha Rachlevsky: “... a few seconds into this piece, and I again count my blessings for being a musician and having the privilege to perform this music”.
May 25, Thursday, 8:00 PM
CHAMBER MUSIC PROGRAM III
The final chamber music program of the season
Schubert - Trio for violins, viola and cello, D.581
Beethoven - "Kreutzer Sonata" for two violins, viola and two cellos, op. 47 (Beethoven's own arrangement of Sonata for piano and violin, "Kreutzer")
June 8, Thursday, 8:00 PM
You earned it!!! “The Four Seasons” -- four concertos for violin and orchestra, plus other instrumental concertos of the great Venetian.
August 4, Thursday, 8:00 PM
BON VOYAGE AND EVENING SERENADES
Continuing with already established tradition, the orchestra invites for pre-tour “run through” of compositions, which, this time, are prepared for the upcoming trip to Mexico.
ELGAR Serenade in e minor
R. STRAUSS Serenade for 13 winds, op. 7, in transcription for a string orchestra.
DVORAK Serenade for strings, op. 22
September 8, Thursday, 8:00 PM
Orchestral versions of three string quartets, representing early, middle and late period of Beethoven's life.
September 29, Thursday, 8:00 PM
AND AGAIN BON VOYAGE!
This time, before the USA tour.
HAYDN Concerto for cello and orchestra in C major Soloist: Andrey Berezin
SCHUBERT Death and the Maiden (string quartet in d minor in orchestral version)
November 24, Thursday, 8:00 PM
CHAMBER MUSIC PROGRAM I
There is a profound difference between chamber orchestra and chamber music – in the former, regardless of its size, conductor or a leader (in absence of conductor) are absolute dictators, while chamber music is a true democracy (not to be confused with anarchy!).
Mozart - Duet for violin and viola
Kodaly - Duet for violin and cello
Boccherini - Quintet for two violins, viola and cello and double bass
December 20, Tuesday, 8:00PM
Christmas program of baroque favorites
January 4, Wednesday, 20.00
MENDELSSOHN, GADE, REINECKE
Born with a silver spoon in his mouth and lived up to his promise Mendelssohn and his lesser known yet wonderful contemporaries. We are ready to award a special prize to a person, who will manage not to smile while listening to Reinecke's “Children Symphony”, but do not yet know how to do it technically.
January 28, Saturday, 5:00 PM
CHAMBER MUSIC PROGRAM II
During the season each member of Chamber Orchestra KREMLIN will participate in at least one of the three chamber music programs, providing listeners with an opportunity to watch and hear each member “under the microscope”.
Bach-Mozart - Prelude and Fugue K. 404A
Wieniawsky - Two caprices for two violins
Piazzolla - Sonata for violin and double bass
Ravel - Quartet for two violins, viola and cello
March 17, Friday, 8:00 PM
BACH AND HIS SONS
While none of Bach's children reached the greatness of their father (nobody else did, for this matter), they curved for themselves a distinct place in the music history. On the program J.S. Bach's glorious Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 and instrumental concertos by his offspring.
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