General Partner

Bathed in the light of history, the walls of Dom Radio have a deep meaning to musicAeterna. They form a space for invigorating rehearsals, a space voiced and discovered by musicians through performances, a space full of thoughts and discussions on various aspects of culture: philosophical disputes and talks on modern period poetry, Byzantine chants and music of the future.

Dom Radio’s key mission in musicAeterna’s activities is to be a place where new art is born without limits or boundaries. That process begins in the silent solitude of Dom Radio, where, invited to Saint Petersburg by Teodor Currentzis and the musicAeterna art committee, the resident develops his ideas. Even before his vision is brought into life, his ideas are reviewed by the musicians who let them sound during creation. The outcomes of that creative laboratory descend into the main halls of Dom Radio, where they meet the audience. Temporarily separated from their phones which symbolize everyday matters and troubles, the listeners walk up into the thundering marble shadows to face something new — and to take an essential part in the ultimate birth of the ideas conceived during the residency.

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Upcoming residency events

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An event of Dom Radio residency

Based on the Ukrainian text by the playwright KLIM, Boris Pavlovich has staged a production firmly connected with the national identity of its lead actress Ekaterina Taran.

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An event of Dom Radio residency

What connected the great Austrian composer and conductor Gustav Mahler with Russia and St Petersburg? What attracted him to a foreign country? How did the Russian capital salute him, and how was his art received by the Russian audience? Daniil Petrov, one of Russia’s leading researchers of Mahler’s life and work, Candidate of Art History and Associate Professor of the Moscow Conservatory, will answer these questions with a panorama of facts and observations concerning:
— Mahler’s artistic biography (including his tours in Moscow and St. Petersburg),
— people close to Mahler, who lived and worked in St. Petersburg,
— Mahler’s views on Russian art and literature,
— the perception of his music by Russian musicians and critics.

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Richard Strauss
Piano quartet in C minor, Op. 13

Edvard Grieg
String quartet № 1 in G minor, Op. 27

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Sergei Prokofiev
Violin sonata № 1 in F minor, Op. 80
Quintet in G minor, Op. 39
Cello sonata in C major, Op. 119

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Petr Glavatskikh (b. 1979)
Intro ‘Lament of Adam’

Matthias Schmit (b. 1958)
Chanaya (fantasy on the verses by N. Gumilyov, version by P. Glavatskikh)

Petr Glavatskikh
Jembe Phone

Alexey Sioumak (b. 1976)
Oath for Marimba

Grigory Smirnov (b. 1982)
Mirrors of Emptiness for Marimba with a Digital Delay

Iannis Xenakis (1922-2001)
Rebonds A for Percussion, Rebonds B for Percussion

Petr Glavatskikh
Epitaph

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