20 Musical Masterpieces that Changed the World will be Performed at SUSU


On December 5th the symphony orchestra conducted by honored artist of Russia Adik Abdurakhmanov will perform on the SUSU conference hall stage.

The fame of this orchestra has crossed far beyond the borders of the Ural Region and Russia. It is applauded in concert halls around Europe and in the best international festivals in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Fellows of the V. Spivakova International Charity Fund, the “New Names” International Charity Fund, and famous musicians and soloists from Russia, England, the USA, France, Germany, South Korea, and Japan have performed with the orchestra.

The orchestra will perform a program dedicated to the creations of famous American composer George Gershwin. Combining genres and styles, G. Gershwin became the forerunner for symphonic jazz music which later packed concert halls around the world.

Together with the audience the poet Konstantin Rubinskiy and the orchestra will be joined by soloist and laureate of international competitions Evgeniya Nemtseva (piano, St. Petersburg) to reveal Gershwin’s secrets.

Alongside hits from the opera Porgy and Bess, fragments of Rhapsody in Blue for piano and orchestra will be played.

Free entry.

Event date: 
Monday, 5 December, 2016 - 16:00
Contact person: 
Kseniya Mashkova
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