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Clarinet

Sergey Eletskiy

In the orchestra since 2012

Sergey Eletskiy is one of the most talented clarinet players of his generation. Born in 1989 in Moscow, he graduated with honors from the Central Music College (under the supervision of Honored Artist of Russia and Bolshoi Theatre soloist, V. Ferapontov) and later from the Moscow State Conservatory (professor: E. Petrov). He also studied at the Lübeck Academy of Music in Germany (professor: R. Wehle).

In 2012, Sergey Eletskiy became the first Russian clarinetist to win one of the oldest and most prestigious world competitions, ARD (Munich, Germany). This was followed by numerous awards at international competitions, including the 1st place at the Carl Nielsen competition (Odense, Denmark, 2013) and the 1st place at the International Clarinetist Competition in Ghent, Belgium (2015)

musicAeterna orchestra events

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Gabriel Fauré
Pavane, Op. 50 for Orchestra and Choir (1887-1888)

Jean Sibelius
Symphonic suite “Pelléas et Mélisande”, Op.46 (1905)

Gabriel Fauré
Requiem, op. 48

The musicAeterna Orchestra and Choir conducted by Teodor Currentzis
Soprano — Fanie Antonelou (Greece)
Baritone — Thomas Mole (Great Britain)

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Gabriel Fauré
Pavane, Op. 50 for Orchestra and Choir (1887-1888)

Jean Sibelius
Symphonic suite “Pelléas et Mélisande”, Op.46 (1905)

Gabriel Fauré
Requiem, op. 48

The musicAeterna Orchestra and Choir conducted by Teodor Currentzis
Soprano — Fanie Antonelou (Greece)
Baritone — Thomas Mole (Great Britain)

Video artwork — Mat Collishaw

 

 

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Gabriel Fauré
Pavane, Op. 50 for Orchestra and Choir (1887-1888)

Jean Sibelius
Symphonic suite “Pelléas et Mélisande”, Op.46 (1905)

Gabriel Fauré
Requiem, op. 48

The musicAeterna Orchestra and Choir conducted by Teodor Currentzis
Soprano — Fanie Antonelou (Greece)
Baritone — Thomas Mole (Great Britain)

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Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827)
Symphony No 9 in D Minor (1824)

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Alfred Schnittke (1934–1998)
Requiem (1975) for soloists, mixed choir and instrumental ensemble,
Concerto for mixed chorus a capella set to verses by Grigor Narekatsi (1984–1985)

Gregor Mayrhofer (b. 1987)
Recycling Concerto (2021)