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First Violins

Ivan Subbotkin

In the orchestra since 2011

Ivan Subbotkin graduated from the Gnessin Music School in 2000 (violin class of T.N. Kazanskaya). He went on to study at the Moscow State Conservatory (S.I. Kravchenko’s class). He worked at Pavel Slobodkin’s Theatre and Concert Centre both as a soloist and as an orchestra member.

Ivan Subbotkin also worked as a soloist and concertmaster at the Moscow Kolobov “New Opera” theatre. He is currently a member of the musicAeterna orchestra directed by Teodor Currentzis.

As a member of chamber ensembles, Ivan Subbotkin has shared the stage with such musicians as Natalia Gutman, Eliso Virsaladze, Irina and Anna Kandinskaya, Pavel Vernikov, Alexey Garibol, and Evgeniy Petrov. He is a laureate of various international competitions.

CAN YOU IMAGINE YOURSELF AS ANYTHING ELSE BUT A MUSICIAN?
I could be anything: I dreamed of becoming a pilot when I was a child, I did many kinds of sports, I was interested in astronomy. However, I am happy to be doing what I am doing now. Life without music would be depressing.
WHAT CHANGES IN YOU WHEN YOU GO UP ON STAGE?
Not much, really. I just become a little more serious and focused.
HOW DO YOU RELAX AFTER BIG PROJECTS?
I usually do smaller (chamber) ones to relax.
WHAT DO YOU VALUE THE MOST IN WORKING WITH MUSICAETERNA?
Our wonderful team of talented musicians is the best thing about it.
WHAT PIECE OF MUSIC WOULD YOU LIKE TO PLAY?
If we speak of the orchestra, I have played a lot of music with it, and I would gladly play some pieces over and over again. As for things I have never played, I would name Rachmaninoff’s symphonic dances.

musicAeterna orchestra events

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Gustav Mahler (1860 – 1911)
Symphony No. 5 in C Sharp Minor (1902)

  1. Trauermarsch. Im gemessenen Schritt. Streng. Wie ein Kondukt | At a measured pace. Strict. Like a funeral procession
  2. Stürmisch bewegt. Mit grösster Vehemenz | Moving stormily. With the greatest vehemence
  3. Scherzo. Kräftig, nicht zu schnell | Strong and not too fast
  4. Adagietto. Sehr langsam | Very slow
  5. Rondo-Finale. Allegro, Allegro giocoso
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Giuseppe Verdi (1813–1901)
Overture to the opera The Power of Fate (1862/1869)

Dmitri Shostakovich (1906–1975)
Symphony No. 5 in D Minor, Op. 47 (1937)
Moderato
Allegretto
Largo
Allegro non troppo

The musicAeterna Orchestra
Conductor Teodor Currentzis

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Giuseppe Verdi (1813–1901)
Overture to the opera The Power of Fate (1862/1869)

Dmitri Shostakovich (1906–1975)
Symphony No. 5 in D Minor, Op. 47 (1937)
Moderato
Allegretto
Largo
Allegro non troppo

The musicAeterna Orchestra
Conductor Teodor Currentzis

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Giuseppe Verdi (1813–1901)
Overture to the opera The Power of Fate (1862/1869)

Dmitri Shostakovich (1906–1975)
Symphony No. 5 in D Minor, Op. 47 (1937)
Moderato
Allegretto
Largo
Allegro non troppo

The musicAeterna Orchestra
Conductor Teodor Currentzis

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Gustav Mahler (1860–1911)
Symphony №2 in C Minor (Resurrection Symphony) for soprano, alto, mixed choir and orchestra (1888–1894)

Allegro maestoso
Andante moderato
In ruhig fließender Bewegung | With quietly flowing movement
Urlicht. Sehr feierlich, aber schlicht | “Primal Light”. Very solemn, but simple
Im Tempo des Scherzos | In the tempo of the scherzo

The musicAeterna Orchestra
Conductor — Teodor Currentzis