Live on Rnyso, Jurowski and Masleev

Author: The Moscow Philharmonic Society (on hold)

The Russian National Youth Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Mikhail Jurowski and Dmitry Masleev (piano) present a programme of the Russian classics.

  • RNYSO | Copyright: © The Moscow Philharmonic Society

    RNYSO © The Moscow Philharmonic Society

  • Mikhail Jurowski | Copyright: © The Moscow Philharmonic Society

    Mikhail Jurowski © The Moscow Philharmonic Society

  • Dmitry Masleev | Copyright: © The Moscow Philharmonic Society

    Dmitry Masleev © The Moscow Philharmonic Society

The Russian National Youth Symphony Orchestra (RNYSO) brings together unique young talents within the framework of the largest project seeking to develop and foster orchestral culture. One hundred young performers from twenty regions of Russia were enrolled into the National Youth Symphony Orchestra Academy programme. The starting lineup of the orchestra comprised the winners of the National Orchestral Performance Competition sponsored and organised by Moscow Philharmonic Society in the summer of 2018.

Mikhail Jurowski is the head of a unique dynasty of music conductors, he was raised among outstanding old school masters whose names are legendary now: a mere degree separates him from Rachmaninov and only two degrees from Tchaikovsky. Now, thanks to Mikhail Jurowski's collaboration, the young talents are just two degrees separate from Rachmaninov and three degrees from Tchaikovsky.

Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 5 will be the first piece composed by the Russian classic to be performed by the young ensemble and it sure looks like a perfect match: the score resonates with the Orchestra's spirit and vibes. Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No. 3 is already listed as part of the Orchestra's repertoire. On 22 April tthe Youth Orchestra will perform with Dmitry Masleev.

The triumphant winner of the 2015 International Tchaikovsky Competition, Dmitry Masleev has spent the last three seasons making high-profiles appearances in Europe, Asia, North and South Americas. The worldwide demand for his artistry has confirmed his status as a “future great pianist”.

Tune in on 22 April at 19:00 at!

Recording location Moscow, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall
English title of music work Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 5 in E minor, Op. 64
English title of music work Rachmaninov - Concerto No. 3 for piano and orchestra in D minor, Op. 30
Orchestra / Band Russian National Youth Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Mikhail Jurowski
Soloist Dmitry Masleev (piano)



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