T1767426366 (17MAY16)Conductor Pavel Kogan. Performer Noriko Ogawa (piano).
|17 May 16||St David's Hall, Cardiff :: V825|
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T307056458 (HULLCITYHALL13)The orchestra will begin their programme with Rimsky Korsakov's exotic Introduction & Three Miracles from Tsar Saltan. Nina Kotova, the leading Russian cellist, will then join the orchestra to perform Shostakovich's Cello Concerto, which has become one of the most popular works of the cello repertoire. The season will end with Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6, known as the Pathetique. Conducted only a week before the composer's mysterious death, the symphony's combination of dramatic climaxes, stirring marches and concluding slow movement make the piece one of Tchaikovsky's most profound compositions.Conductor Pavel Kogan. Performer Nina Kotova (cello).
|25 May 13||Hull City Hall, Hull :: V02123462242|
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T01262402733 (PERTH10)Our orchestral programme opens with a visit from the distinguished Moscow State Symphony Orchestra under their music director, Pavel Kogan. He will be joined on the platform by Igor Tchetuev, the young Russian pianist who is forging a major career in Europe with a ravishing performance of Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. The programme includes Rimsky Korsakov’s much-loved Scheherazade, with its exotic and highly-coloured evocation of the Tales of the Arabian Nights with its mesmerising picture of the hero Sinbad, a tempestuous storm at sea and the lovely figure of Scheherazade herself.Performer Igor Tchetuev (piano). Conductor Pavel Kogan.
|23 May 10||Perth Theatre, Perth :: V637|
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T0859980007 (21MAY10)Conductor Pavel Kogan. Performer Chloe Hanslip (violin).
|21 May 10||Hull New Theatre, Hull :: V934|
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T01956704870 (WARWICKARTS10)Our season ends with a visit from the distinguished Moscow State Symphony Orchestra under their music director, Pavel Kogan. Kogan will be joined on the platform by Chloe Hanslip, the highly talented young British violinist who will perform Philip Glass’ thrilling Violin Concerto. This work has become a great favourite amongst Classic FM audiences and anyone who does not know this concerto should certainly attend the performance, because it is a stunning piece that once heard you will want to hear again and again. The concert opens with Tchaikovsky’s dramatic Marche Slave and ends with Rimsky-Korsakov’s much-loved Scheherazade with its exotic and highly coloured evocation of the Tales of the Arabian Nights and its mesmerising picture of the hero Sinbad, a tempestuous storm at sea and the lovely figure of Scheherazade herself.Conductor Pavel Kogan. Performer Chloe Hanslip (violin).
|18 May 10||Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156|
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T961708049 (06MAY10)Borodin's four Polovtsian Dances come from his opera Prince Igor. Captured by a rival chieftain, the prince is entertained in his camp by a succession of songs and dances, growing ever faster and more energetic. Philip Glass' Violin Concerto was first performed in 1987, and successfully marries the composer's typical repeated rhythms and arpeggios with longer, more lyrical lines. Its three movements follow the normal fast-slow-fast pattern, ending with a quiet coda which includes material from previous movements. The Tenth is perhaps Shostakovich's finest symphony - an epic journey, powerful and dramatic, yet with moments of touching simplicity. The first three movements, filled with a sense of struggle and dread, are balanced by a more optimistic finale completed after the death of Stalin.Performer Chloe Hanslip (violin). Conductor Pavel Kogan.
|6 May 10||Anvil Arts, Basingstoke :: V765|
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T2108132712 (15FEB07)Conductor Pavel Kogan. Performer Lidia Baich (violin). Music Glazunov (Concert Waltz no. 1 op. 47). Music Tchaikovsky (Violin Concerto). Music Mussorgsky (arr. Ravel - Pictures at an Exhibition).
|15 Feb 07||Anvil Arts, Basingstoke :: V765|
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T01061033279 (08FEB07)Conductor Pavel Kogan. Music Tchaikovsky (Sleeping Beauty Suite). Music Prokofiev (Violin Concerto No 1 Op 19 in D major). Music Sibelius (Finlandia). Music Mussorgsky (Pictures at an Exhibition).
|8 Feb 07||Hull New Theatre, Hull :: V934|
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|11 May 10||Colston Hall, Bristol :: V1410|
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|17 Feb 07||Royal & Derngate, Northampton :: V449|
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|13 Feb 07||Fairfield Halls, Outer London :: V295|
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|2 Feb 07||Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462|
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