Moscow Philharmonic resumes live streams

On 7 August, the Moscow Philharmonic opens the doors of the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall and resumes long-awaited live streams.

  • Denis Matsuev | Copyright: © The Moscow Philharmonic Society

    Denis Matsuev © The Moscow Philharmonic Society

  • Dmitry Masleev | Copyright: © The Moscow Philharmonic Society

    Dmitry Masleev © The Moscow Philharmonic Society

  • Boris Berezovsky | Copyright: © The Moscow Philharmonic Society

    Boris Berezovsky © The Moscow Philharmonic Society

Chamber music evenings are at the center of the billboard for the last summer month. They promise their listeners many pleasant discoveries – new creative tandems and rarely sounding compositions. But there are also symphonic programs.

All concerts will be held with a room occupancy of no more than 50%. The beginning of live streams is at 20:00 (MSK).

The concert series will be opened on 7 August by pianist Denis Matsuev and the Russian National Youth Symphony Orchestra conducted by Valentin Uryupin. In addition, listeners will enjoy the debut of the piano duet Dmitry Masleev and Philip Kopachevsky (11 August), a performance by the Questa Musica ensemble conducted by Philip Chizhevsky (13 August), the first joint concert of Andrey Gugnin and the David Oistrakh Quartet (20 August), an evening of Tchaikovsky romances performed by tenor Bogdan Volkov and pianist Alexander Gindin (25 August), a concert of pianist Boris Berezovsky (27 August), and much more.



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