On October 20, 2016 in the Grand hall of the Moscow Conservatory will pass a concert of the Chamber orchestra of the Moscow Conservatory named “Mozart. The 260th anniversary of the birth”. Conductor is artistic Director of the orchestra Felix Korobov.
The performance will be the first in a series of concerts dedicated to the 55th anniversary of the team. Mozart was not chosen by chance – 2016 year counts 260 years since the birth of the famous composer. The orchestra and the concert were composed for the anniversary for the band, concert was attended by musicians whose lives and work are connected with this musical band.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) – Austrian composer, virtuoso musician, one of the most popular classical composers. A feature of the composer’s work is the combination in his works a strict and clear forms with deep emotion. Mozart worked in all forms and genres existed in his era. Among the operas written by the composer, the most popular are “the marriage of Figaro”, “don Giovanni” and “the Magic flute”. Of the symphonies written by the most famous Mozart final symphonies – No. 39, No. 40 and No. 41 (“Jupiter”).
In the first part, listeners will hear Concert Symphony for violin, viola and orchestra in e-flat major, which will be performed by Rodion Petrov (violin) and Maria Teplyakova (viola). Maria for many years played in the orchestra during his studies he was concertmaster and a permanent soloist of this group. Also includes Concerto for flute and harp with orchestra in C major. It will be performed by Olga Zmanovskaya (flute) and Elizabeth Bushueva (harp), which are involved in the work of the musical group.
In the second part will be played Symphony No. 23 in d major and Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 23 in a major. Specially for this event pianist Peter Laul will arrive here. During those 10 years when Felix Korobov heads the team, Peter played with him about 15 concerts, and his arrival to Moscow is always an event.