Boris Berezovsky and Alexander Ghindin. NFOR
Running time:
1 part by 45 minutes, 2 part by 40 minutes
6+

Рrogramme:

Mozart
Piano Concerto No. 10 for two pianos 
in E-flat major K. 365/316a

Saint-Saëns
Carnival of the Animals, Zoological Fantasy For 2 Pianos and Ensemble

Bartók
Concerto for 2 pianos, percussion & orchestra, BB 121

Gershwin
“An American in Paris” suite for 2 pianos

Bernstein
“West Side Story” suite 


The programme is subject to change

8 March 2020 Sunday 19.00 Grand Hall
19.00 Grand Hall

Boris Berezovsky and Alexander Ghindin. 
NFOR

Varvara Kutuzova and Konstantin Emelyanov
Conductor – Arsenty Tkachenko
Soloist drummers – Sergey Vasiliev and Dmitry Barkov

When two acclaimed musicians who pursue brilliant solo careers meet at one stage is always a pleasure for the audience. Besides, it’s the new concert story. “The best music is written for ensembles”, Boris Berezovsky is sure. “Onstage communication is a pure delight!”
“First of all”, Ghindin adds, “Duo repertoire is vast, if somewhat overlooked”. 

Today, young musician take part in the concert. Varvara Kutuzova isn’t 17 yet, but she started her music career in the early age of 6, playing with a chamber orchestra. Her first solo recital in Moscow was when she was 8 y.o. After her winning of Denis Matsuev’s Astana Piano Passion (2013) her concerts were organized in France, Slovenia, China, and other countries .

The name Konstantin Emelyanov is going around. In 2019, he won the III prize at the Tachikovsky Competition. “Music is an unbelievable thing”, the pianist believes. “Once you’ve tasted it, you’ll never ever gonna enjoy anu day-to-day job”.

Kutuzova and Emelyanov meet on stage to play Mozart’s Double Concerto.