12 January 2015, Monday, 13:20

National Symphony Orchestra will give concerts with conductors from Russia, Germany and Israel

 

UFA, 12 January 2015. /Bashinform News Agency, Leila Aralbaeva/. This year the National Symphony Orchestra of Bashkortostan offers a number of interesting concert programs.

On January 16, the National Symphony Orchestra will please music lovers with the concert "Music of French Cinema". The orchestra will play the soundtrack from the movie "The Gendarme of St. Tropez", "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg", "Tehran-43" with the young conductor Rinat Kamalov .This concert will take place even in the hall of the Ufa College of Arts.

On January 23, the orchestra will perform in the State Concert Hall "Bashkortostan". Ilshat Muslimov, the winner of international, national and republican competitions will solo in the Brahms violin concerto. One of the most famous and popular compositions of classical music — symphony №5 by Beethoven will be also performed. Andreas Schulz from Germany is invited to conduct the concert.

On January 29, the Russian classics will be played under the baton of Sabriye Bekirova, the conductor, the Honored Art Worker of the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania. The program includes a suite from the "Romeo and Juliet" ballet by Sergei Prokofiev, Overture-Fantasy "Romeo and Juliet", Symphony №5 by Tchaikovsky.

The Concert on February 7 will be marked with an arrival of the Israeli conductor Yeruham Sharovsky. The program includes a Clarinet Concerto by Mozart. The soloist is Ruslan Valeev, the laureate of international competitions, scholarship holder of the "Russian Performing Art" Foundation.

The concert featuring two soloists – Amina Shafikova (piano), the Honoured Artist RB, laureate of international competitions and the State Republican Youth Prize named after Sh.Babich and Rustem Khamidullin, the Honoured Artist RB, laureate of international and national competitions (Switzerland, cello) is scheduled for February 20. The concerts by Tchaikovsky and Schumann will be performed under the baton of Viktor Sobolev from St. Petersburg.