musicAeterna orchestra

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Dmitry Shostakovich
Symphony No. 4 in C Minor, Op. 43 (1935—1936)

Marko Nikodievich
parting of the waters into heavens and seas / secundus dies.
Toccata for orchestra (2021)

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Dmitry Shostakovich
Symphony No. 4 in C Minor, Op. 43 (1935—1936)

Marko Nikodievich
parting of the waters into heavens and seas / secundus dies.
Toccata for orchestra (2021). Russian premiere

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Dmitry Shostakovich
Symphony No. 4 in C Minor, Op. 43 (1935—1936)

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Ludwig van Beethoven
Piano Concerto No. 5, Op. 73
Symphony No. 7, Op, 92 (1812)

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Ludwig van Beethoven
Violin Concerto, Op. 61
Symphony No. 7, Op, 92 (1812)

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Ludwig van Beethoven
Piano Concerto No. 5, Op. 73
Symphony No. 7, Op, 92 (1812)

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Jean-Philippe Rameau
Arias, overtures, préludes and dances from Zaïs, Hippolyte et Aricie, Zoroastre, Les Boréades, Les Indes galantes, Les Fêtes d’Hébé, Naïs, Platée, Dardanus and Castor et Pollux as well as from the Six Concerts transcrits en sextuor

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Jean-Philippe Rameau
Arias, overtures, préludes and dances from Zaïs, Hippolyte et Aricie, Zoroastre, Les Boréades, Les Indes galantes, Les Fêtes d’Hébé, Naïs, Platée, Dardanus and Castor et Pollux as well as from the Six Concerts transcrits en sextuor

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Richard Wagner (1813-1883)
Opera “Tristan and Isolde” (concert performance), 1859

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Richard Wagner (1813-1883)
Opera “Tristan and Isolde” (concert performance), 1859

Media

Together with our general partner VTB Bank, we created an educational project for the concerts in Zaryadye on May 25 and 26 and at the Diaghilev Festival on June 10. We did a big interview with Leonid Desyatnikov, who had visited the rehearsals of his Rite of Winter 1949. The composer told about the idea […]
The instinctual and orgasmic representative in Freudianism; the preserve of Kairos, the god of favorable moments; the oldest media available to us — all this is the human voice. We’ll have a closer look at the spoken word in the new episode of FM Module. ⠀ Siegfried Zielinski: «Transferred into a package of data, you […]
The best violinist of the 18th century who had served the Salzburg archbishop 100 years before Mozart; the greatest composer of the pre-Bach era (according to P. Hindemith); creator of the “Rosary” for violin, the Salzburg mass for 53 voices and an array of sacred and worldly music pieces which showcased his masterful technique, energetic […]
On Gustav Mahler’s anniversary, we keep reading through the composer’s music diary.
On an equally green and sunny summer day 160 years ago, Gustav Mahler was born. Despite his family having no musical background, Mahler’s world was full of sounds and voices since early childhood, while his first impressions involved folk songs. Songs retained their place as one of the key genres in the great Austrian’s creative […]
The third of Mahler’s songs to be played on musicAeterna.org today was written in February 1892. Not even 32 at that point, Mahler had recently become head of Hamburg Opera and had definitely gained recognition as a conductor. Mahler the composer, on the other hand, had lived through the failed premiere of Symphony No.1 and was completely […]