Moscow City Symphony
Russian Philharmonic
ГБУК г. Москвы «Симфонический оркестр Москвы «Русская филармония»

Tatiana Day

Date and time: 
Tuesday, January 25, 2011 - 19:00
Moscow International House of Music. Svetlanov Hall
Pavel Ovsyannikov
Art-projecr «Tenors of the XXI century»

On January 25 we celebrate a beautiful holiday – Tatiana Day. It is one more wonderful occasion to execute the best love songs. Moscow City Symphony Orchestra “Russian Philharmonic” and Art-project “Tenors of the XXI century” invite to the concert at which song hits, such as “Alenushka”, “Swan Fidelity”, “Father’s Home” by Evgeny Martynov; “Wedding”, “Ferris Wheel”, “Thank You”, “The Queen of Beauty”, “Your Trails” by Arno Babadzhanian; “Tatiana Day” by Yury Saulsky; “Heart” by Isaac Dunaevsky; “This is the Last Sunday” by Jerzy Petersbursky; “Tatiana” by Mark Marianovsky; “Melody” by Alexandra Pakhmutova; “Elegy” by Muslim Magomaev, etc. will be executed.

Participants of the Art-project “Tenors of the XXI century” Alexander Bogdanov, Alexander Zakharov, Maxim Paster, Alexander Skvarko, Mikhail Urusov are soloists of the Bolshoy Theatre of Russia, the Novaya Opera Music Theatre named after E. Kolobov, the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Academic Music Theatre. Dmitry Sibirtsev is a founder and Music director of the Art-project “Tenors of the XXI century”. With such unchangeable cast of soloists the Art-project gave about 500 concerts. Since 2010 one more artist of the Novaya Opera Theatre Georgy Faradzhev became a soloist of “Tenors of the XXI century” and graduate of the Choir Arts Academy named after V. Popov Sergey Pisarev as well.

Milan and Naples, Bologna and Rome, Paris and London, Vienna and Zurich, Berlin and Dresden, Helsinki and Stockholm, New York and Los Angeles, Boston and Toronto, Seoul and Tokyo – at these cities and many other cities of the world the names of the soloists of “Tenors of the XXI century” are published at the playbills.

Within four years of its existence Art-project “Tenors of the XXI century” performed at such prestigious stages of Moscow as the State Kremlin Palace, the State Academic Bolshoy Theatre of Russia, the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Music Theatre, the Maly Theatre of Russia, Moscow Art Theatre named after Chekhov, Lenkom Theatre, P. Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, Variety Theatre, Moscow International House of Music, Moscow Palace of Youth, Mayor’s Office Concert Hall, Russia Concert Hall, Column Hall of House of the Unions, Council Hall of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour and in many cities of Russia, near and far abroad countries.In November 2007 Art-project “Tenors of the XXI century” received the National Endow of Russia prize.