Moscow City Symphony
Russian Philharmonic

Viva Mozart!

Date and time: 
Sunday, December 27, 2015 - 14:00
Venue: 
Moscow International House of Music. Chamber Hall
Program: 
Little Night Serenade
Concerto № 21 for piano and orchestra
Concerto № 23 for piano and orchestra
Conductor: 
Sergey Tararin
Soloist: 
Alexander Sinchuk, piano

I’m deeply convinced that Mozart is the highest, the culminating point that beauty has attained in the sphere of music. (P. Tchaikovsky)

Mozart’s creative work amazes by its manysidedness. Despite his short life (Mozart didn’t reach 36) he created lots of compositions in all genres and forms of his epoch. But as distinct from Haydn who wrote instrumentally symphonic and chamber music, Mozart left in all genres compositions of lasting values. His symphonies, quartets, trios, sonatas, concertos, operas, works for choir and orchestra (especially his famous Requiem) are equally significant and still influence on the audience.

The most inspired compositions by Mozart will be performed at the concert. In 1788 three last Mozart’s symphonies appear (№ 39, № 40, № 41), which mark the top of his symphonism. Symphony № 40 in G Minor differs from the previous one, which is joyous and light, and serves as introduction in the triad. The symphony’s music carries away by its first sounds, which are amazingly sincere. This symphony – so anxious and spontaneous – is the harbinger of genious of many romantic pages of the XIX century music. Hardly there is a person who hasn't heard at least its first phrases.

Alexander Sinchuk – laureate of prestigious International Competitions, including the IV International Rachmaninoff Competition (I Prize, Moscow, 2008); the IX Young pianists International Competition in commemoration of Vladimir Horowitz (I Prize, Gold Medal, Kiev, 2012); the “European Piano Nights” International Competition (I Prize, Luxemburg, 2012); IV Young pianists International Competition “Interlaken Classics” (I Prize, Bern, Switzerland, 2013). Rise of Alexander Sinchuk’s career started after winning the IV International Rachmaninoff Competition in 2008 in Moscow, in which recital at legendary Carnegie Hall in New York was the main prize for nineteen-year-old pianist. Now the pianist’s activity continues at the concert halls in Moscow, in the cities of Russia, in near-abroad and far-abroad countries such as Ukraine, Serbia, Bulgaria, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Germany, Great Britain, France, Denmark, Luxemburg, Switzerland, Israel, USA, Morocco, Turkey, Japan, and Korea. 

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