St Petersburg, Concert Hall

The Symphonica ARTica symphony orchestra


Marking 385 years since Yakutia became part of the Russian State

PERFORMERS:
Soloist: Rem Urasin (piano)
The Symphonica ARTica symphony orchestra of the State Krivoshapko Philharmonic of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)
Conductor: Fabio Mastrangelo


PROGRAMME:
Johannes Brahms
Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat major, Op. 83

Edward Elgar
Symphony No. 1 in A-flat major, Op. 55

About the performers

The Symphonica ARTica symphony orchestra of the Yakutia Philharmonic was founded in 2012.
The start of the orchestra’s activities can be linked with international concerts that took place on 10 May and 17 July 2012. These concerts featured musicians of the Yakutia Philharmonic, the Mariinsky Theatre, the Krasnoyarsk Opera and Ballet Theatre, the Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Khabarovsk and Hamburg Philharmonic Orchestras, the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, the State Hermitage Orchestra and the National Symphony Orchestra of Syria as well as performers from Spain and China.
In November 2012 as part of celebrations marking three hundred and eighty years since the inclusion of Yakutia into the Russian State, the Symphony Orchestra of the Yakutia Philharmonic performed at Gostiny Dvor in Moscow and at the Concert Hall of the Mariinsky Theatre in St Petersburg. Symphonica ARTica is a regular participant at the annual international music festival The Northern Lights, which is dedicated to World Music Day. In 2012 at this festival, together with the State Hermitage Orchestra the ensemble took part in a world premiere of a production of Bortnyansky’s opera Creonte. In 2013 came a festival concert of the Symphony Orchestra of the Yakutia Philharmonic under Fabio Mastrangelo featuring Vladimir Mandrin. As part of the 2014 festival the orchestra performed two concerts – Vivat, the Arctic! with Aitalina Adamova, philharmonic soloists Andrei Dedyukin, Ulyana Golikova and Dmitry Rogov and the concert Enchanting Opera featuring Vladimir Magomadov, Daria Terekhova, Yulia Mennibaeva and Pavel Chervinsky.
In 2014 the musicians of the Symphonica ARTica and the Mariinsky Orchestra under Valery Gergiev performed at concerts of the XIII Moscow Easter Festival in Yakutsk. Also featured in the concerts were Denis Matsuev, Ivan Pochekin and the United Children’s Chorus of Yakutia.
In 2015 as part of the XIV Moscow Easter Festival the Symphonica ARTica orchestra gave a concert in Yakutsk with soloists of the Mariinsky Academy of Young Opera Singers and the United Chorus of Yakutsk. The same year, on State Day of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Ekaterina Mechetina and the Symphonica ARTica orchestra performed under Natalia Bazaleva at a concert featuring the presentation of a Steinway & Sons piano.
The symphony orchestra works with such conductors as Alexis Soriano, Leo Kremer, Yevgeny Khilkevich, Vladimir Kudrya, Vladimir Shulyakovsky, Alexei Kudrya and Sergei Sviridov and the composers Vladislav Kazenin, Yaroslav Sudzilovsky, Pavel Karmanov, Yevgeny Petrov, Franz Cibulka, Zakhar Stepanov, Kirill Gerasimov, Vladimir Ksenofontov, Nikolai Mikheyev and Yegor Neustroev.
Alexander Trostyansky, Vasily Shcherbakov, Hugo Ticciati, Johan Bridger, Larisa Yudina, Khachatur Badalyan, Anna Kiknadze, Alexander Mitenyov, Anna Makarova, Olesya Tertychnaya, Antonia Cifrone, Boris Andrianov, Dmitry Illarionov, Vladimir Mandrin, Alexander Knyazev and Ivan Pochekin are among performers who have appeared with the orchestra.

 

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