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05.06.2019

The International Mariinsky Far East Festival, Vladivostok will be held from July 24 to August 9, 2019 on the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre

24 July – 9 August 2019
Artistic Director Valery Gergiev

  • Parade of opera and ballet stars: Albina Shagimuratova, Yulia Matochkina, Mikhail Vekua, Yuri Vorobyov, Alexey Markov, Najmiddin Mavlyanov, Yevgeny Nikitin, Sergey Skorokhodov, Vladislav Sulimsky, Stanislav Trofimov, Alexander Mikhailov, Angelina Akhmedova, Aygul Khismatullina, Victoria Tereshkina, Nadezhda Batoeva, Renata Shakirova, Kimin Kim, Vladimir Shklyarov, Yekaterina Osmolkina, Alexander Sergeev, Ekaterina Kondaurova;
  • Outstanding conductors and distinguished instrumentalists: Valery Gergiev, Shizuo Kuwahara, Pavel Smelkov, Long Yu, Justus Frantz, Lucas Debargue, Kanon Matsuda (piano), Lorenz Nasturica-Herschcowici (violin);
  • For the first time on the Primorsky Stage: Parsifal by Richard Wagner directed by Tony Palmer, Lucia di Lammermoor by Gaetano Donizetti directed by Andrea De Rosa, The Enchantress by Pyotr Tchaikovsky (concert performance); The Bronze Horseman by Reinhold Gliere staged by Yuri Smekalov, Sylvia by Leo Delibes, choreography by Frederick Ashton;
  • Performances of the China Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Long Yu in Vladivostok and Ussuriysk, the Mariinsky Theatre Stradivarius Ensemble in Vladivostok and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk;
  • Concerts of Valery Gergiev with the Youth Orchestra of the Pacific Music Festival in Sapporo (Japan);
  • Shortly before the Festival, the Mariinsky Ballet Company will go on tour to Taiwan together with the Symphony Orchestra of the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre.

The International Mariinsky Far East Festival, Vladivostok will be held from July 24 to August 9, 2019 on the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre. The day before the forum, on July 23, a solo concert of Lucas Debargue, famous French pianist and XV International Tchaikovsky Competition laureate, will be held.

The International Mariinsky Far East Festival, Vladivostok will open with the Far Eastern premiere of Reinhold Gliere’s The Bronze Horseman staged by Yuri Smekalov (July 24 and 25). Created in 1949 by Rostislav Zakharov, this ballet gained a new stage version in spring 2016 as part of the Mariinsky International Ballet Festival. The choreography of Rostislav Zakharov was taught to the artists of the Mariinsky Theatre ballet company by older ballet dancers who participated in the performance during the Soviet times. Choreographer Yury Smekalov became the author of the new fragments of the performance. The main parts on July 24 and 25 will be danced by the winner of the Bolshoi Ballet project of the Rossia-Kultura TV channel (2016) Renata Shakirova, the lead actor of the Mariinsky Theatre and the Bavarian State Ballet Vladimir Shklyarov and the lead soloist of the Mariinsky Theatre Alexander Sergeev. On July 27 and 28, the Far Eastern premiere of Leo Delibes’ Sylvia in the choreography of Frederick Ashton will take place. The main parts of the neoclassical production will be performed by the star staff of the Mariinsky Ballet, both the artists already known to the audience and the new big names. On July 28, those will be Kimin Kim (Aminta) and Nadezhda Batoeva (Sylvia), on July 27 , Timur Askerov (Aminta) and Victoria Tereshkina (Sylvia). For the People’s Artist of Russia, Prima Ballerina of the Mariinsky Theatre, Victoria Tereshkina, this will be the first visit to Vladivostok. The festival will also include two “meet-the-artist” events with the lead dancers of the Mariinsky Ballet, cult figures of the audiences around the world, Kimin Kim (July 26) and Vladimir Shklyarov (July 29). The artists will present one-act ballets, choreographic miniatures and the choreos that have become their “showpieces”. Kimin Kim’s evening program will also include the brilliant ballet premiere of the Mariinsky season 2018/19, Push Comes to Shove, staged by the legendary American choreographer Twyla Tharp.

The concert program of the IV International Mariinsky Far East Festival, Vladivostok will open on July 28 with the performance of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra concertmaster, the famous violinist and conductor Lorenz Nasturica-Herschcowici and the Mariinsky Orchestra. The performances of the Mariinsky Theatre Stradivarius Ensemble under the baton of Lorenz Nasturica-Herschcowici have become good tradition of the festival. The Stradivari Ensemble features soloists of the Mariinsky Orchestra who play on unique ancient instruments created by the great craftsmen of the Cremona school. The concert will take place in Vladivostok on August 2.

The poster will be continued by the concert of a Japanese pianist, laureate of international competitions Kanon Matsuda with the joint orchestra of the Mariinsky Orchestra and the Mariinsky Orchestra of the Primorsky Stage conducted by Shizuo Kuwahara (July 30). The night will become another festive event in a series of concerts and performances dedicated to the 175th anniversary of the birth of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, to which many projects of the Mariinsky Theatre and its Primorsky branch have been devoted this year. On August 4, the Mariinsky Orchestra will perform in the Great Hall of the Primorsky Stage under conduct of Valery Gergiev. Among the well-known international teams attending the festival there will be China Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of its artistic director and chief conductor Long Yu (August 6). In 2009, British music magazine The Gramophone included the band in the top ten “most inspiring orchestras of the world” along with Berlin and London philharmonic orchestras. In addition to the concert on the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre, the Chinese team will also perform in Ussuriysk.

On August 8, the world-famous conductor Justus Frantz (Germany) will appear in a double role: as the conductor of the Mariinsky Orchestra of the Primorsky Stage and as the soloist. Overture to Gioachino Rossini’s William Tell opera, Concert for piano and orchestra No. 21 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Symphony No. 7 by Ludwig van Beethoven will be performed.

The festival’s operatic poster includes Far Eastern premieres of operas Lucia di Lammermoor by Gaetano Donizetti directed by Andrea De Rosa (July 31 and August 5), Parsifal by Richard Wagner directed by Tony Palmer (August 3) with Valery Gergiev at the conductor’s stand and concert performance of The Enchantress by Pyotr Tchaikovsky (August 4). Leading soloists of the Mariinsky Opera will appear in the main parts: Albina Shagimuratova, Yulia Matochkina, Anna Kiknadze, Mikhail Vekua, Yuri Vorobyov, Alexey Markov, Evgeny Nikitin, Sergey Skorokhodov, Vladislav Sulymsky, Stanislav Trofimov, Yevgeny Akimov, as well as young talented singers, grant-holders of the Atkins Young Artists Program.

Among the productions of the Primorsky Stage with the participation of leading soloists of the Mariinsky Theatre and its Primorsky Stage that can be watched at the festival, there will be The Tsar’s Bride by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov staged by Vyacheslav Starodubtsev (August 1), Tosca by Giacomo Puccini directed by Hans-Joachim Fray (August 7) and the premiere of the current season, Aida by Giuseppe Verdi directed by Alexey Stepanyuk (August 9).

Shortly before the festival, the Mariinsky Orchestra of the Primorsky Stage will take part in the tours of the Mariinsky Ballet (St. Petersburg) on Taiwan (July 18 to 20). The program of the tour will include four shows of the fantastic Swan Lake ballet by Pyotr Tchaikovsky in choreography by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov, with the participation of famous artists and rising stars. The main parts will be performed by Ekaterina Kondaurova, Nadezhda Batoeva, Renata Shakirova, Mei Nagahisa, Vladimir Shklyarov, Timur Askerov, Alexei Timofeev, Evgeny Konovalov.

During the festival, Valery Gergiev will also hold a series of concerts in Japan with the Youth Orchestra of the Sapporo Pacific Music Festival whose artistic director he is (July 31 to August 2).

Meanwhile, from July 23 to August 4, the ballet company of the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre will tour the historic scene of the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg. The team will arrive in St. Petersburg for the fifth time and will present Giselle in choreography by Jean Coralli, Jules Perrot and Marius Petipa, The Prodigal Son in choreography by George Balanchine, The Firebird and” in choreography by Eldar Aliyev, chief choreographer of the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre. The main parts will be performed by the leading soloists of the Primorsky ballet company: Anna Samostrelova, Irina Sapozhnikova, Kanat Nadyrbek, Sergey Umanets.

03.06.2019

Due to injury, Mariinsky Ballet Principal Dancer Vladimir Shklyarov's gala concert on 8 June at the Mariinsky II has been cancelled and instead there will be a performance of the ballet Swan Lake with a star cast in the lead roles; Mariinsky Ballet Prima Ballerina Viktoria Tereshkina will be appearing as Odette-Odile accompanied by Mariinsky Ballet Principal Dancer Xander Parish.
Tickets remain valid. New date for Vladimir Shklyarov's gala concert TBA.

Dear Patrons,
Due to injury, Mariinsky Ballet Principal Dancer Vladimir Shklyarov's gala concert on 8 June at the Mariinsky II has been cancelled and instead there will be a performance of the ballet Swan Lake with a star cast in the lead roles; Mariinsky Ballet Prima Ballerina Viktoria Tereshkina will be appearing as Odette-Odile accompanied by Mariinsky Ballet Principal Dancer Xander Parish.
Tickets remain valid.

New date for Vladimir Shklyarov's gala concert TBA.

31.05.2019

On 3 and 5 June Valery Gergiev will be conducting the Mariinsky Symphony Orchestra at the Dresdner Musikfestspiele. The concerts form part of the Russian Seasons international cultural programme, to be held in Germany in 2019

On 3 and 5 June Valery Gergiev will be conducting the Mariinsky Symphony Orchestra at the Dresdner Musikfestspiele. The concerts form part of the Russian Seasons international cultural programme, to be held in Germany in 2019.

On 3 June there will be a concert at the Großer Saal of the Konzerthaus Berlin. Works being performed include Rodion Shchedrin's Concerto for Orchestra No 1 Naughty Limericks, Pyotr Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony and Dmitry Shostakovich's Cello Concerto No 2, the soloist being Jan Vogler, the acclaimed German cellist and Artistic Director of the Dresdner Musikfestspiele.
On 5 June at the Dresden Kulturpalast, home to the philharmonic, a library and a theatre, the Mariinsky Symphony Orchestra will perform Pyotr Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony and works by Alexander Scriabin: Prometheus (Le Poème du feu) and Poème de l'extase. The soloist will be Ilya Rashkovsky.

Both concerts form part of the programme of the renowned Dresdner Musikfestspiele – one of Germany's major annual music events, founded in 1978. Jan Vogler has directed the festival since 2009.

On 12 June Jan Vogler will also be performing in St Petersburg as part of the XXVII Stars of the White Nights Music Festival, accompanied by the Mariinsky Symphony Orchestra under Valery Gergiev. At the Concert Hall of the Mariinsky Theatre there will be a performance of Dmitry Shostakovich's Cello Concerto No 2.

29.05.2019

On 1 June as part of the XXVII Stars of the White Nights Music Festival the Concert Hall of the Mariinsky Theatre will host a premiere of Richard Wagner's opera Tannhäuser conducted by Valery Gergiev. The Mariinsky Theatre has invited stage director Vyacheslav Starodubtsev and set designer Pyotr Okunev to work on the new production, both having brilliantly assimilated the space of the Concert Hall for two recent opera premieres – Mozart and Salieri and Kashchey the Immortal

On 1 June as part of the XXVII Stars of the White Nights Music Festival the Concert Hall of the Mariinsky Theatre will host a premiere of Richard Wagner's opera Tannhäuser conducted by Valery Gergiev. The Mariinsky Theatre has invited stage director Vyacheslav Starodubtsev and set designer Pyotr Okunev to work on the new production, both having brilliantly assimilated the space of the Concert Hall for two recent opera premieres – Mozart and Salieri and Kashchey the Immortal.

Roles are being rehearsed by:
Tannhäuser: Mikhail Vekua, Sergei Skorokhodov, Avgust Amonov
Elisabeth: Mlada Khudoley, Yekaterina Shimanovich, Anastasia Schegoleva, Irina Churilova, Micaela di Catalano
Venus: Anna Markarova, Yulia Matochkina, Tatiana Pavlovskaya
Wolfram von Eschinbach: Yevgeny Nikitin, Roman Burdenko, Vladislav Kupriyanov, Pavel Yankovsky
Hermann: Ilya Bannik, Pavel Shmulevich, Dmitry Grigoriev
Walther von der Vogelweide: Roman Arndt, Oleg Balashov, Stanislav Leontiev

Richard Wagner's works occupy a special place in the repertoire of the Mariinsky Theatre – here almost all of the composer's mature operas are performed, beginning with Der Fliegende Holländer and ending with Parsifal. It was at the Mariinsky Theatre that the Russian premiere of Tannhäuser took place in 1874, and for many years prior to the Russian Revolution it was consistently performed, with regular revivals. For the last time before a lengthy interruption, Tannhäuser was staged in 1923, following which it vanished for many a long year, appearing only in concert form.

For the new production, of all the various music editions of Tannhäuser, the Mariinsky Theatre has chosen the Dresden version. The opera is being staged by Vyacheslav Starodubtsev, Principal Stage Director of the Novosibirsk State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre, who has created unusual productions with intriguing genre definitions. Not for the first time, his team includes the set designer Pyotr Okunev who works at the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre and designer Zhanna Usacheva who has created the costumes for the St Petersburg premiere.

"There is nothing more monumental than Wagner, but Wagner is interesting precisely for his combination of mythological scale and actual emotional structure, which is something close to everyone. For me it is very important to highlight this emotional structure, and the most important thing is for it to match with and be a continuation of the composer's musical dramaturgy. The visual side of things should also support this musical dramaturgy. I want to create such a production that, whatever the costumes and sets, it remains relevant. And so for me it is very important to work with the performers, having a detailed analysis of the images and the history of the opera's creation. We are rehearsing very intently with the Mariinsky Theatre performers, immersing ourselves in this great, this unique material," Vyacheslav Starodubtsev has remarked about the production.

Premiere performances of Tannhäuser under Valery Gergiev will also take place at the Concert Hall on 16 and 29 June.

24.05.2019

On 24 May at the Mariinsky II as part of the XXVII Music Festival Stars of the White Nights there will be a premiere of Giacomo Puccini’s opera La fanciulla del West. The Stage Director and Production Designer is Arnaud Bernard. The lead roles will be performed by: Maria Bayankina (Minnie), Akhmed Agadi (Dick Johnson), Kirill Zharovin (Jack Rance), Andrei Popov (Nick), Oleg Sychov (Ashby), Sergei Romanov (Sonora) and Gleb Peryazev (Jake Wallace). Valery Gergiev will be conducting

On 24 May at the Mariinsky II as part of the XXVII Music Festival Stars of the White Nights there will be a premiere of Giacomo Puccini’s opera La fanciulla del West. The Stage Director and Production Designer is Arnaud Bernard. The lead roles will be performed by: Maria Bayankina (Minnie), Akhmed Agadi (Dick Johnson), Kirill Zharovin (Jack Rance), Andrei Popov (Nick), Oleg Sychov (Ashby), Sergei Romanov (Sonora) and Gleb Peryazev (Jake Wallace). Valery Gergiev will be conducting.

When completing work on the score of La fanciulla del West in the summer of 1910, Giacomo Puccini, who had by then already composed La Bohème, Tosca and Madama Butterfly, had no doubt that of all of his operas this was the very best. “Believe me, this has everything: it’s an epic piece, touching, it’s a true spectacle and ends beautifully,” he wrote to his publisher Giulio Ricordi. As the basis of the plot, he had taken David Belasco’s popular Broadway play The Girl of the Golden West, which the composer had seen during his visit to America. The Metropolitan Opera, which purchased the opera, prepared for the premiere with all due pomp. Success was guaranteed: Arturo Toscanini was conducting, the lead tenor role was sung by Enrico Caruso, David Belasco was in charge of the production and the composer himself led the rehearsals. At the premiere he received countless curtain calls. Half a year later, La fanciulla del West was being performed in Europe: premieres took place in Covent Garden in London and the Opera di Roma, and in 1912 it was staged at La Scala, followed by theatres in Paris, Berlin and Vienna.

At opera houses today, La fanciulla del West is not seen so very often. In Russia the opera has been staged on just a handful of occasions, and it has never been performed at the Mariinsky Theatre at all. The title was suggested to Valery Gergiev by stage director Arnaud Bernard, who at the Mariinsky II had already staged Verdi’s opera I vespri siciliani. Of his concept he says that “The most difficult thing in this production was building the relationships of the characters on the stage, their words, actions and reactions. Here everything is like a Swiss watch: take out one detail and the mechanism stops working. Already in the first scene one person shouts something, another person shouts something else, the company nearby is playing cards, and in the next room the dancing starts, the frequency with which the scenes change is like in a film. For me, an extra, a seemingly lesser artist, is just as important as a soloist. It’s the same in a film, where everyone in the scene is significant.”

The first performances at the Mariinsky II will also take place on 26 May (at 13.00 and 19.30) and on 14 and 28 June.

22.05.2019

Dear Patrons, from 23 May the Mariinsky Theatre invites you to visit the open-air terrace of the Mariinsky II – one of St Petersburgs most beautiful observation platforms. The terrace opens one hour before and closes ten minutes before the start of performances. Tickets may be purchased from the usher at the entrance to the terrace one hour before performances commence. Tickets cost 100 roubles each. The number of visitors to the roof terrace is limited

Dear Patrons,
From 23 May the Mariinsky Theatre invites you to visit the open-air terrace of the Mariinsky II – one of St Petersburgs most beautiful observation platforms. The terrace opens one hour before and closes ten minutes before the start of performances.
Tickets may be purchased from the usher at the entrance to the terrace one hour before performances commence.
Tickets cost 100 roubles each. The number of visitors to the roof terrace is limited.

20.05.2019

On 8 June at 18.00 as part of the XXVII Stars of the White Nights Music Festival the historic Mariinsky Theatre will be hosting an extraordinary event – Aida conducted by Valery Gergiev and featuring Anna Netrebko in the title role, Ekaterina Semenchuk (Amneris), Yusif Eyvazov (Radamès), Yevgeny Nikitin (Ramfis) and Roman Burdenko (Amonasro)

On 8 June at 18.00 as part of the XXVII Stars of the White Nights Music Festival the historic Mariinsky Theatre will be hosting an extraordinary event – Aida conducted by Valery Gergiev and featuring Anna Netrebko in the title role, Ekaterina Semenchuk (Amneris), Yusif Eyvazov (Radamès), Yevgeny Nikitin (Ramfis) and Roman Burdenko (Amonasro).
Each of these star performers has already appeared in Verdi's famous opera, but Alexei Stepanyuk's production of Aida will bring them all together at the Mariinsky Theatre for the first time.

Anna Netrebko made a triumphant debut as Aida under Riccardo Muti at the Salzburg Festival in 2017, while in autumn 2018 she first sang the role at the Metropolitan Opera. In Anna Netrebko's singing, The Telegraph underlined the dazzling elegance, richness, beauty and virtuoso quality of her voice. At the Salzburg Festival, the heroine of the title was countervailed onstage by another opera prima donna – Ekaterina Semenchuk. For her, the role of Amneris marks one of the brightest pages in her artistic biography. As well as at home at the Mariinsky Theatre, Ekaterina Semenchuk has sung it at La Scala and the Teatro di San Carlo, while in 2015 conductor Antonio Pappano invited her to participate in a concert performance and a recording of Aida in Rome with the orchestra and chorus of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia. That recording was released by the major recording company Warner Classics. The role of Radamès will be performed by Yusif Eyvazov. Like Anna Netrebko, he sang in the famous Salzburg production of 2017, although his partner was the South Korean Vittoria Yeo. According to Yusif Eyvazov, Radamès is one of his favourite opera characters.

19.05.2019

Arnaud Bernard, Stage Director and Set Designer of La fanciulla del West, tells about the plan

Arnaud Bernard, Stage Director and Set Designer of La fanciulla del West, tells about the plan

– Why La fanciulla del West? Why the Mariinsky?
– With La fanciulla del West – Puccini’s most complex and most populated opera, with seventeen soloists – not every theatre can put together such a team, and with several casts too. After I vespri siciliani I realised how vast the Mariinsky Theatre’s resources are – how many high-class singers can be engaged in the production and what fantastic technical possibilities there are. We are staging a complex production with a huge amount of props and costumes, and in so much as my style is “cinematographic” for me it was important to have this “Hollywood” to hand. Together with maestro Gergiev I long discussed various titles, but we came to this opera by Puccini, which has never before been staged at the Mariinsky.

– Will it be another “film”, like I vespri siciliani?
– With Puccini it is essentially a western, there is no contradiction here. The words that are sung are important, the extensive remarks can be overlooked. The most difficult thing in staging it is to build a relationship between the performers on the stage, their words, their actions, their reactions. Here everything has to run like a Swiss watch, take one piece away and the mechanism will fall apart. Already in the first scene someone is shouting something, the ensemble is playing cards, in the next room they are starting to dance and the change of images is like in a film. For me secondary extras are as important as the soloists – that’s like in a film, where everyone in the scene has some significance.

– Whom did you yourself wish to perform in your production?
– No-one. I don’t have the time! Here there are no definitively kind and sweet people, evildoers or villains, each of the characters has his or her dark side. Minnie, the owner of the saloon who is constantly in contact with the gold prospectors, can be imperious, sharp and cruel, but in the love scenes she is a true lady – she flirts, gets embarrassed and weeps. The tenor is a thief, but, having fallen in love, he reveals unexpected facets of his soul to us. The baritone, with whom the tenor plays a game of life and death at cards, is the wicked one, though he portrays nobleness and so on.

– The sets that we see cannot really be associated with the image of the Wild West as seen in westerns. Where did that “brick factory” come from?
– One single construction allows us to bring all three acts together. The saloon, Minnie’s room and the forest – it can all be achieved by means of deconstruction, retaining just one silhouette. It is sufficient in Act III, which takes place in the forest, to throw open the windows and let the frost and the wind enter this hangar and the audience will feel cold and uncomfortable.

– In the opera, the singers have extremely demanding tessituras, they have to sing while running, act as if in a film and push through the quadruple cast of the orchestra. Do you make their lives any easier at all?
– Why? It’s a real challenge – to sing and to act Puccini.

– Which productions of La fanciulla del West do you like?
– I haven’t seen any. Or rather, I deliberately haven’t watched any.

– For you, is verismo the same as hyperrealism?
– It is indeed.

– And will there be horses?
– And not just the one.

17.05.2019

On 16 May, Principal Dancer of the Mariinsky Ballet Xander Parish was named an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for services to dance and the development of cultural relations between Great Britain and Russia

On 16 May, Principal Dancer of the Mariinsky Ballet Xander Parish was named an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for services to dance and the development of cultural relations between Great Britain and Russia. Xander Parish received the award at Buckingham Palace from HRH Charles, the Prince of Wales.

Trained in the British school, Xander Parish joined the Mariinsky Ballet in January 2010. Today his repertoire includes many leading roles from the classical legacy in addition to contemporary works. Xander Parish's artistic achievements have won him several international awards, among them the British Critics' Circle National Dance Award.

16.05.2019

On 18 May, Valery Gergiev will appear with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra at Carnegie Hall in New York. Featured soloist for the performance is Daniil Trifonov, the winner of the XIV International Tchaikovsky Competition and a Grammy-winning musician

On 18 May, Valery Gergiev will appear with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra at Carnegie Hall in New York. Featured soloist for the performance is Daniil Trifonov, the winner of the XIV International Tchaikovsky Competition and a Grammy-winning musician. The programme of the performance includes Robert Schumann’s Piano Concerto and Franz Schubert’s Symphony No. 9.
The performance will open a series of concerts of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra at Carnegie Hall.

Quick reminder: Daniil Trifonov will perform at the Concert Hall of the Mariinsky Theatre as part of the XXVII Stars of the White Nights festival on 30 June and 1 July. On 30 June, he will perform Dmitri Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with the Mariinsky Orchestra under the baton of Valery Gergiev, while on 1 July he will appear in a recital.

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