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On November 14 and 15, SPSSO will perform concerts dedicated to the 150th anniversaries of Scandinavia’s great musicians. Music of the Finish genius Jan Sibelius and Danish music classic Carl Nielsen will be played. Young Finnish musician Sasha Mäkilä will conduct the concerts. Arseniy Mun, a young pianist of St. Petersburg, will be the soloist in the piano concerto of Edvard Grieg.
The close artistic partnership between SPSSO and the world-famous singer Dmitry Khvorostovsky continues. A next concert of the “Dmitry Khvorostovsky and Friends” cycle will be held at the Oktyabrsky concert hall today. Elīna Garanča of Latvia, one of the best singers of our days, will appear in it. Konstantin Orbelian will be at the podium of the St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra.
SPSSO’s tour of Belgian cities is starting today; Petersburg’s musicians will perform their concerts at the best venues of Europe. For detailed information and programs, visit the Orchestra’s website.
Symphony No. 2 of Sergei Rachmaninoff, a masterpiece of Russian music, will open the “Classics for All Times” subscription series of SPSSO. This remarkable opus of the Russian genius will be performed in the Mirror Hall of the Princes Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace on October 18, at 16:00, under the baton of famous Belgian maestro Walter Proost.
SPSSO is opening its subscription cycles on Sunday, October 11. The first concerts of the children’s series “Around the World with a Symphony Orchestra” and family audience series titled “Popular Classics Hour for the Whole Family” will be played in the Mirror Hall of the Princes Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace.
The St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra has been awarded the St. Petersburg Government Prize. The prize award decision indicates the Orchestra’s concert programs and creative activity in 2014.
At the end of September, SPSSO will meet with schoolchildren of St. Petersburg to continue its successful educational project “Music Lessons for Schoolchildren.”
In the renovated Mirror Hall in the Princes Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace, the young audience will learn about the instruments in a symphony orchestra, and listen to famous music by eminent composers of various countries.
The restoration of the Mirror Hall in the Princes Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace is over. It is the venue where the St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra performs its subscription series of classical music. The Mirror (Ball) Hall, a magnificent mid-19th century creation of outstanding Russian architect Andrei Stakenschneider, is shining all of its bright colors again.
SPSSO is touring in Belgium between October 21 and 26. The performances will be held at the best concert halls of that country. On October 23, the Petersburg musicians will play Rachmaninoff’s Second Symphony in the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels, one of Europe’s most prestigious venues. See the detailed schedule and concert programs on our website.
With its appearance at the Grand Hall of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, SPSSO is topping up its 48th concert season. Under the baton of Mikhail Leontiev, works of Glazunov, Khachaturian, Gershwin, Miller, Berlin, and Velasquez will be played.