Moscow City Symphony
Russian Philharmonic

Va-Bank for trumpet and orchestra

Date and time: 
Friday, October 16, 2015 - 19:00
Venue: 
Moscow International House of Music. Svetlanov Hall
Conductor: 
Sergey Tararin
Soloist: 
Semen Milstein, trumpet
Vadim Eilenkrig, trumpet
Special guest – Vladimir Presnyakov-senior

One has a unique opportunity to hear world-known musicians who will demonstrate all angles of wonderful instrument – trumpet – in one concert. The program includes the most famous classical pieces for trumpet, for example, Neapolitan Dance from The Swan Lake by Tchaikovsky, as well as world-famous hits Hello Dolly, Strangers in the Night, Va-bank, Puttin’ on the Ritz, fantasy on the themes of Louis Armstrong, pieces by Eduard Artemiev from soundtracks to the films At Home Among Strangers, The Barber of Siberia, Burnt by the Sun, and other classical and jazz compositions.

Artistic style of Honoured Artist of Russia Semen Milstein is distinguished by beautiful timbre, filigree technique and highly artistic performing manner. More than a quarter of the century he performs as concert trumpeter. He plays in different styles and genres. The musician performed at many prestigious venues at the USA, Great Britain, Holland, Belgium, and China. He is artistic director of “Dance-Land” – permanent participant of Viennese and Russian balls.

Famous jazz trumpeter Vadim Eilenkrig performed not only at the best Russian venues, but at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Centre, on the stage of Chicago and Boston Philharmonic as well. In 2009 his first solo album “The Shadow of Your Smile” was released on “Butman Music”, the recording label of Igor Butman. It featured the world-class jazz stars Hiram Bullock, Will Leigh, Chris Parker, David Garfield, and Randy Brecker from “The Brecker Brothers”. In 2012 his second album – “Eilenkrig” – which united talents of Alan Harris, Virgil Donati, Douglas Shreve, Igor Butman, Anton Baronin,

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