Running time:
1 part by 45 minutes, 2 part by 60 minutes
6+

Рrogramme:

I Part

Beethoven
Violin Concerto (D-dur), Op. 61

II Part

Shostakovich
Symphony No. 10 in E minor (Op. 93)


The programme is subject to change

11 March 2020 Wednesday 19.00 Grand Hall
19.00 Grand Hall

Tyumen Philharmonic Orchestrа
Conductor – Yevgeny Shestakov
Soloist – Dmitry Sitkovetsky, violin

Dmitry Sitkovetsky is the son of noble musicians, Yulian Sitkovetsky аnd bella Davidovich, and a disciple of legendary Yuri Yankelevitch, Igor Bezrodny, Ivan Galamyan, is a world famous violinist and conductor. He plays with the greatest world ensembles, collaborationg with Claudio Abbado, Yevgeny Svetlanov, Yehudi Menuhin, Maris Janssons, and Neville Marriner. He’s been conducting for more than 30 years now, being chief conductor of Japanese, Irish, American, English, German, and Spanish orchestras. 

Music of four centuries makes up the repertoire of Sitkovetsky: Beethoven to Bartok, Sibelius to Shostakovich, etc. He has recorded several chamber music programmes with Bela Davidovich. He also manages different festivals, wrtites transcriptions, and does interviews with prominent musicians.
Tyumen Philharmonic orchestra was formed only five years ago, in September of 2015. Young graduates and laureats formed the core of the orchestra. It debuted during Denis Matsuev’s Festival in Tyumen. Now it plays pretty much everywhere, from Irkutsk to Yekaterinburgh, as well as in the Russian capital. Still, Tyumen Philharmonic performances is an integral part of the cultural life of the region. The collective elaborates its own conceptual programmes, and closely works with young audience. 

Prominent Russian musicians play with the orchestra, the likes of Matsuev, Daniil Kramer, Dmitry Masleev, Alexander Ramm, to name a few.