In the framework of the festival “Day of Victory…” 8 and 9 may will be a student festival “Memory of music hearts.” Students and teachers talk about the history of the Conservatory of the war years and the exploits of konservatori the front. These stories and unique archival materials will be included in the short film “Conservatory Immortal regiment”. May 9, you can see it on the official website of the Moscow Conservatoire and in the social networks of the University. In addition, the Internet will be a broadcast of the concert in the Great hall of the “Young stars of the Conservatory”, where the students will perform works created during the great Patriotic war and to the Victory anniversary.
the Festival will open on 5 may, the programme “We need one win, we pay the price!” The chamber choir of the Moscow Conservatory under the baton of Alexander Solovyov, with the participation of pianist Ekaterina Mechetina, first performed on 9 may 2019. The concert works of Okudzhava, Blanter, Novikov, Luchenok, Tukhmanov sound in contemporary choral arrangements.
8 may there will be a broadcast recording of a concert performance of “do the Russians Want war?”, prepared by the Moscow Conservatory together with theatre “Lenkom”. In the project Iryna Musaelyan was attended by Valery Yaremenko, Evgeny Kungurov (baritone), Lyubov Matyushina, Tigran Matinyan (tenor) and others.
may 9, Victory Day, viewers will be able to see the performance of song and dance Ensemble behalf Alexandrov under the baton of Gennady Sutanuka, and on may 10, the air will present the project “Leningrad Victory” Jacob dubravina held in 2015. On stage, the female choir of the Music school named after Rimsky-Korsakov under the baton of Sergei Yekimov, pianist Yakov Dubravin and special guest – the participant of the project “the Voice” Eteri Beriashvili.
on 11 may, the festival will conclude with a recording of the program with the participation of the legendary composer Alexandra Pakhmutova. 14 may 2015 the famous academic works of the composer performed in the Symphony orchestra of the Ministry of defence of the Russian Federation under control of Sergey Durygin.
All concerts of the festival are available on the official website of the Moscow Conservatoire. P. I. Tchaikovsky www.mosconsv.ru.
First international open festival of arts “Day of Victory…”, organized by the Moscow Conservatory. P. I. Tchaikovsky, was held in 2013. Since then, participation in the annual festival under the leadership of Alexander Soloviev, art Director of the Chamber choir of the Moscow Conservatory, took more than 2,000 performers.