Hermitage Theater / Main hall
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Mozart. Violin virtuoso
The St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Sergei Stadler will present a series of concerts dedicated to the work of W. A. Mozart, the composer whose name has become the personification of a perfect musical genius. He was a unique virtuoso who distinguished himself in all musical forms of his time. Violin Virtuoso is a dedication concert to the great composer as a violin genius and innovator of the violin language.
The first half of his life, Mozart saw himself with a violin in his hands, the father of the great composer - Leopold Mozart - was a famous violinist of his time, as well as the main teacher and authority in his life. With outstanding natural data and the great role of his father in the composer's life, it is not surprising that Mozart masterfully owned the violin and had an interest in this instrument. The composer left a vast legacy of violin music: concertos, sonatas, serenades, numerous ensembles.
Mozart's violin music is closely linked to the composer's, performing and cultural traditions of his era, especially the Italian and German-Austrian schools. At the same time, he deftly synthesized the achievements of his predecessors and contemporaries, bringing them to a new artistic level. Melodic brightness, genre specificity are combined in them with original compositional solutions, which still attract listeners around the world and leave Mozart at an unattainable height of musical skill.
St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra
Conductor and soloist: People's Artist of Russia Sergey Stadler
Duration 2 hours with intermission
About the St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra:
On December 13, 2013, the St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra was created under the direction of the People's Artist of Russia Sergei Stadler. The young team immediately won the recognition of the St. Petersburg public, who appreciated the diversity of the repertoire and the skill of the musicians.
The orchestra performs music from baroque to avant-garde, including works rarely performed in Russia. He performs at the best concert venues in Russia, including the Great Hall of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, the State Academic Chapel of St. Petersburg, the State Hermitage, etc.
The cultural life of the Northern capital today cannot be imagined without the annual projects "Music of War and Victory" in the Peter and Paul Fortress and the "Autumn Musical Marathon". As part of the “Autumn Musical Marathon”, the orchestra performed all the symphonies of Tchaikovsky (2014), Brahms (2015), 12 symphonies of Mozart (2016) in one evening as the completion of the cycle of concerts “All the symphonies of Mozart”, all the symphonies of Beethoven (2017). “Autumn Musical Marathon-2017. Beethoven" was included in the "Book of Records of Russia" as "The longest philharmonic concert with a program of works by one author performed by one symphony orchestra under the direction of one conductor."
The St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra regularly holds large-scale educational events. The team cooperates with St. Petersburg State University and other leading universities of St. Petersburg, colleges, music schools.
Among the large-scale musical events are the grandiose projects "Tchaikovsky-Gala" and "Prokofiev-Gala" at the Alexandrinsky Theater, "Three Stradivari Violins", a concert dedicated to the anniversary of Rimsky-Korsakov, "The All Violin Tchaikovsky", "All Mozart's Violin Concertos", the cycle " All symphonies by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart”, participation in the festivals “Petersburg Holidays on Dvortsovaya”, “Brilliant Strauss” in Pavlovsk, etc.
The Symphony Orchestra of St. Petersburg performs at the leading concert venues of the city, participates in major international, all-Russian and citywide events, festivals and forums, such as: St. Petersburg International Cultural Forum; St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, St. Petersburg International Book Salon; celebration of the "Day of Slavic Literature and Culture", etc. For four years, the team has played more than 350 concerts in Russia and abroad.
The St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra demonstrated all the greatness of Russian musical culture
La Nouvelle Republique
High professionalism and authentic traditions of the St. Petersburg orchestral school
Young musicians who are sincerely passionate about their work, able to turn an ordinary concert into an amazing performance
About People's Artist of Russia Sergey Stadler:
Violinist and conductor, People's Artist of Russia Sergei Stadler was born on May 20, 1962 in Leningrad. Mother - pianist, concertmaster of the St. Petersburg Conservatory, father - violist of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra.
Sergey Stadler graduated from the Special Music School at the St. Petersburg Conservatory, an external student from the St. Petersburg Conservatory and postgraduate studies at the Moscow Conservatory.
Sergey Stadler's teachers were such outstanding musicians as Leonid Kogan, Viktor Tretyakov, David Oistrakh, Boris Sergeev, Mikhail Vayman, Boris Gutnikov.
Laureate of international competitions:
1976 - Concertino-Prague (I prize)
1979 - Competition them. Marguerite Long and Jacques Thibaud, Paris, II Grand Prix and Special Prize for the best performance of French music
1980 - Competition them. Sibelius Museum (Helsinki), 2nd Prize and Special Public Prize
1982 - Competition them. Tchaikovsky (Moscow), 1st Prize and Gold Medal
Toured in more than 70 countries, recorded more than 40 discs
Performs with orchestras: ZKR St. Petersburg Philharmonic, State Orchestra. Svetlanov, Russian National Orchestra, Bolshoi Symphony Orchestra. P. I. Tchaikovsky, Mariinsky and Bolshoi Theater Orchestras, Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, London and Czech Philharmonic Orchestras, Vienna Symphony Orchestra, De Paris Orchestra, National de France, Gewandhaus (Leipzig), Staadskapelle (Dresden), Tokyo Philharmonic, orchestras Melbourne, Torronto, Helsinki, Romanesque Switzerland.
At the moment he is the artistic director of the St. Petersburg Concert and the chief conductor of the St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra.
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