Moscow City Symphony
Russian Philharmonic

2nd concert of Season ticket “Golden Pages of Symphony Classics”

Date and time: 
Tuesday, November 15, 2011 - 18:00
Venue: 
Moscow International House of Music. Svetlanov Hall
Program: 
R. Strauss. Concerto for oboe and orchestra
A. Arutyunian. Concerto for trumpet and orchestra
R. Strauss. Symphonic poem Thus Spoke Zarathustra, op.30
Conductor: 
Luca Bizzozero (Switzerland), Sergey Tararin
Soloist: 
International Competitions Prize-winner Svetlana Usacheva, oboe
International Competitions Prize-winner Alexander Vetukh, trumpet

Svetlana Usacheva graduated with honours from Moscow State Conservatory named after P. Tchaikovsky (class of Professor A. Utkin). She received “Morgan prize” at the Barbirolli Oboists Competition (Isle of Man, Great Britain, 2005). She performed within Verbier Festival Orchestra (Switzerland) conducted by James Levine (tours at the countries of Europe, South America, Asia, Australia), Verbier Chamber Orchestra conducted by Maxim Vengerov, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia conducted by People’s Artist of Russia Vladimir Spivakov, “Musica Viva” conducted by People’s Artist of Russia A. Rudin, “New Russia” conducted by People’s Artist of Russia Y. Bashmet. She played with well-known conductors such as Roger Norrington, Paavo Yarvi, Daniele Gatti, Herbert Blomstedt, Michael Tilson Thomas.

Alexander Vetukh graduated from Russian Academy of Music (class of Professor Honoured Artist of Russia V. Pushkarev). International Competitions prize-winner, including the Timofei Dokschitzer Competition (2009, 2 prize), International Delphic Games (2008, 1 prize). He performed with brass, chamber and symphony orchestras conducted by Alexander Rudin, Konstantin Orbelian, Yuri Bashmet, Mikhail Hokhlov, etc. The musician toured in Italy, Czech Republic, Poland, Greece, Germany, Austria, Holland, Switzerland, Spain, Japan and Canada.

Young Swiss conductor Luca Bizzozero graduated from Paris Music Institute, trained at School Mozarteum in Salzburg (class of Peter Gulke), at Musical Academy in Florence (class of Piero Bellugi). Since March 2011 Luca Bizzozero is resident guest conductor of Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra. In October 2010 he made his debut at Rostov State Musical Theatre, worked with Kharkov Philharmonic Orchestra, Kaunas Symphony Orchestra, Opole Philharmonic Orchestra.

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