Symphony for Radio
Russian conductor and composer Anton Lubchenko dedicated a symphony to the classical music radio station "Orpheus".
Radio Orpheus, Russia © RGMC – Russian State Music TV & Radio Centre
Russian conductor and composer Anton Lubchenko dedicated a symphony to the classical music radio station "Orpheus". The year 2017 became a jubilee for "Orpheus" radio station, it celebrated 25 years from the day of its foundation.
The premiere of the new composition will be held in early February of 2018. The concert will be conducted by the composer himself. Most of the score was written by Anton Lubchenko during his imprisonment in an isolation ward or under house arrest. According to the composer, these circumstances did not affect the content of the symphony. The main theme of the work is an attempt to find harmony in the modern aggressive world. It may be so the composer takes the radio station of classical music "Orpheus" and a tough environment in the modern world.
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