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

Strauss-gala. Tales of the Vienna Woods

Date and time: 
Sunday, December 23, 2018 - 19:00
Venue: 
Moscow International House of Music. Chamber hall
Conductor: 
Fabio Mastrangelo
Soloist: 
Daria Zykova, soprano

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The most beautiful dances and songs written by the Strauss dynasty!
Holiday of delightful melodies and luxury of orchestral colors!
Adorable, charming waltzes and incendiary, flamboyant polka!

Johann Strauss - son, titled "Waltz King", the creator of such masterpieces of the Viennese classical operetta as "The Bat" and "The Gypsy Baron", the author of many waltzes, Poles, Gallops and marches. The concert will feature the most famous waltzes: "Tales from the Vienna woods", "On the beautiful blue Danube", "Spring voices", "Kaiser Waltz", Polka "Trick-trac", "Pizzicato", "On the hunt", "Thunder and lightning". The legendary "Radetzky March". The beauty and endless variety of melodies, ingenuity, the wit of his dance plays irresistibly affected every audience - from the inhabitants of the city outskirts to the famous musicians of the world. Two brothers, Josef and Edward Strauss, also continued the family musical tradition. In co-authorship with Josef appeared the most popular Polka-pizzicato. More than 500 works were left by the eldest of the Johann brothers, about 300 by Joseph and Edward.

The concert is attended by the soloist of the Bolshoi Theater of Russia - Daria Zykov. Laureate of international competitions and festivals: "Belle voce" (Gran Prix, 2002), "Ars Longa" (2005, 2007, 2008), "Primavera Classica" (2005, 2007, 2008, 2009), "Voices of the 21st Century" (2007) , 2008, 2009, 2011), Spasskaya Tower (2012), Summertime (2012) and others. Performed in Austria, Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan, Korea and the USA.

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