About the festival

The festival ‘’Classic over Volga’’ for the first time took place in Tolyatti in 2008 and since then is a considerable event of every summer. Mission of festival is to popularize classical music, and also expansion of opportunities for creative realization of young musicians. Unique style of "Classic over Volga" -­ performance of symphonic orchestras and vocalists on a summer open-air stage against Zhiguli Hills and Volga River in combination with additional semantic accents in the form of theatrical, graphic and design visualization.

In the first year of carrying out the festival caused at once a great interest of public unusual combination of symphonic orchestra performance with summer breeze, whisper of wave, rustle of trees... The open-air stage located on the bank of Volga, Zhiguli Hills for a while turned into natural scenery, creative inspiration of the musicians who infected the audience with love to a timeless classic - this approach obviously pleased public, always with enthusiasm perceiving innovative decisions in everything.

Organizers of festival led by his author and director Alexey Vozilov go on a difficult way: every year level of festival program raises, also responsibility to the audience grows. It is nice that in response increases audience interest for the festival.

Mission of festival is to open the road to successful career for young musicians, creative self-realization, and the audience­ to open the world of classical music, which not only does not become outdated, but becomes more actual for each of us, surely declaring that – the world has eternal values and real feelings!

Director of the festival, Mr. Alexey Vozilov, says:­"We want the most that the audience from other cities and regions became an integral part of a festival, and that they estimate and fell in love with this unique event. Some experienced judges of classics who with pleasure attend academic concerts and listen to very difficult works (which to unprepared viewer will seem extremely tiresome), with pleasure come on our festival, where of course, sounds more popular, favorite works, classic "hits" if it is so possible to be expressed. But they like special atmosphere which reminds the European festival, and thus­ with own unique face and style"...

For years of holding a festival the great number of famous actors and musical collectives - both Russian, and foreign appeared on its stage. At very intense tour schedule, they find opportunity to arrive in the summer to Tolyatti to give to the audience, to whom trips to Maryinsky Theater are inaccessible, the Vienna opera or La Scala Milan Theater, - join high art and feel heartbeat of eternally live classic...

Board of trustees

  • Mastrangielo Fabio

    Artistic director of SPB GAUK "Myuzik-holl theatre" (St. Petersburg). Chief Kapellmeister and artistic director of the "St. Petersburg Kamerata" State Hermitage orchestra, chief Kapellmeister of the Symphonic orchestra of Yakut philharmonic hall of Symphonica ARTica, artistic director of ‘’Novosibirsk Kamerata’’ ensemble, chief invited Kapellmeister of the Novosibirsk symphonic orchestra, constant invited Kapellmeister of the Maryinsky theatre and other theatres of Russia.

  • Filippov Sergey Vasil'evch

    Minister of Culture of the Samara Region.

  • Antashev Sergey Aleksandrovich

    Head of the city of Togliatti.

  • Andreyev Sergey Igorevich

    ex. Mayor of the Tolyatti city district. Renders assistance to a festival since 2013.

  • Vavilin Vitaly Vladimirovich

    President of JSC ‘’Globeks bank’’. The founder of "Spiritual Heritage" city fund, takes part in support of various social projects in Tolyatti. In the first years of work of the ‘’Classic over Volga’’ festival acted as his General partner.

  • Prasolov Evgeny Nikolaevich

    Rector of the Tolyatti conservatory, artistic director and chief conductor of the Symphonic orchestra of the Tolyatti conservatory, honored worker of arts of Russia. From 2010 to 2014 was the artistic director of the ‘’Classic over Volga’’ festival.

  • Sokolov Alexander Sergeyevich

    The rector of the P. I. Tchaikovsky Moscow conservatory, doctor of art criticism, honored worker of arts of the Russian Federation, professor. In 2004 – 2008 Minister of Culture and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation.

  • Gantvarg Mikhail Hanonovich

    Rector of the N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov St. Petersburg state conservatory¬. Honored artist of Russia.

  • Skusnichenko Pyotr Ilyich

    Dean of vocal faculty of the P. I. Tchaikovsky Moscow conservatory, head of the solo singing department.

  • Obraztsova Elena Vasilyevna

    People’s actress of the USSR, star of the world opera, professor. Participant of the ‘’Classic over Volga’’ festival.

  • Sotkilava Zurab Lavrentyevich

    People’s artist of the USSR, people's artist of Georgia, professor. Teacher of the P. I. Tchaikovsky Moscow conservatory.

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Place of event

The festival takes placed on the bank of Volga
in the Green zone
of Tolyatti city

Russia / Tolyatti
Komsomolskoye highway, 68

Main stage
of «Green theater»

festival of «VOLNA»
recreation center

GPS coordinates of "Volna" recreation center" 53.466796,49.390236 (53°46'67"N 49°39'02"E)

 

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Participants

Theaters

Participant Participant
Perm

Evgeny Panfilov Ballet


The Evgeny Panfilov Ballet is a living legend of Perm art. This extraordinary and unique theatre combines Dyagilev traditions and classical ballet, romance of Russian avant-garde and a universe of mystery and surrealism. A refined psychology and bold experiment, exciting shows for both ballet connoisseurs and the mass audience are distinctive features of the theatre.

The Evgeny Panfilov Ballet was founded in 1987 as a private theatrical association consisting of three choreographic companies: The Evgeny Panfilov Ballet, Ballet of the Fat, and The Fight Club. These three companies with different dancing aesthetics were related by unique style of Evgeny Panfilov (1955-2002), a talented choreographer, prizewinner of different national and international dance awards, including the RF Government Fyodor Volkov prize. In 2000 the private company Evgeny Panfilov Ballet, the recipient of the Golden Mask Award, got the status of a state regional cultural institution. The choreographer’s name remains in the ballet name as a sign of Evgeny Panfilov’s exceptional merits and achievements in modern Russian choreography development.

Since its foundation the Evgeny Panfilov Ballet has represented Perm at the National Theatre Festival The Golden Mask 11 times. Besides, it was nominated 9 times and became a recipient of the Golden Mask Award 4 times. The Ballet also took part in the following dance festivals: International Festival of Contemporary Dance On the Verge (Yekaterinburg, Russia), International Festival of Modern Choreography (IFMC) (Vitebsk, Belarus), International Festival Golden Mask to the Baltic States (Tallinn, Estonia), International Festival of Modern Choreography on the Stage of Tanzhaus (Dusseldorf, Germany), International festival The Diaghilev Seasons: Perm – Petersburg – Paris (Perm, Russia), International Festival of Modern Choreography (Krasnodar, Russia), International Festival of Opera and Ballet Art Syktyvkarsa tulys (Syktyvkar, Komi Republic), International Ballet Competition and Contest of Choreographers (Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow, Russia), International Festival of Classic Ballet named after Rudolf Nuriyev (Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan), Russian Open Ballet Competition Arabesque Named After Ekaterina Maximova (Perm, Russia).

Evgeny Panfilov’s unique artistic heritage remains the main criterion of the ballet’s creative activity. All the performances show the latest achievements in the field of ballet avant-garde and open a free dance territory. Evgeny Panfilov was a great master who created not only his own unique ballet, but also a school of truly modern choreography. It has been some time since the ballet outgrew the status of provincial attraction and defended the glory of the Perm region – the cultural capital of the Urals both in Russia and abroad.

At the Tremolo festival the Evgeny Panfilov Ballet will perform for the first time on June, 30.

In the first part of the concert you will see one-act ballet “The River” to music by Alexander Pantykin, Vladimir Strausov, Jan Garbarek, Kurt Weill (performed by Yute Lemper), Lucia Dala (performed by Luciano Pavarotti), Dead Can Dance, White Fort (Russian: Belyi Ostrog), L. van Beethoven. In the second part of the concert you will see a performance dedicated to the memory of Evgeny Panfilov, called “You shall recall me yet, and more than once...”

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Participant Participant
Moscow

Aktivny Teatr/Theater of Active Audience


Theater of active audience/Aktivny Teatr was created in 2014 when it became necessary to give a name to a group of professional actors who played in the performance “There is no Tolstoy.” The play was written by Olga Pogodina-Kuzmina and directed by Marina Perelyshina, an elocution master and radio hostess. The theater principals and rules can best be described by Jerzy Grotowski’s words, “Theater can exist without makeup, without autonomic costume and scenography, without a separate performance area (stage), without lighting and sound effects, etc. But it cannot exist without the actor-spectator relationship of perceptual, direct, and ‘live’ communion.”

Aktivny Teatr does not have a constant troupe and stage; it is based on enthusiasm of its founders. Individual perception and principle of maximally psychologically comfortable involving spectators in action are at the top of the theater.

At Music and Arts Festival Tremolo the theater will present the play “There is no Tolstoy.” The play is based on both a documentary material (memoirs of the contemporaries, letters, diary entries) and a modern person’s thoughts about Tolstoy’s life. Everyone knows that Leo Tolstoy was a brilliant writer, but we forget that he was also a husband, a father, and a friend. And he was not always ideal, because geniuses are rarely compatible with real life.

“There is no Tolstoy” is about everything: past, present and future of our country, our life and death, love, hatred, weakness, and betrayal. The actors together with the audience are looking for answers to questions, determining this or that life choice that faces the people of the count's house.

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Gallery

Actual Realism Collection

Participant

Togliatti


Founder – V. Vavilin. Director – I. Yanovskaya.

Volzhskaya Art Gallery is a private art museum, founded by a businessman Vitaly Vavilin in 2011 in Togliatti. The museum's collection consists of art works (painting, graphic arts, sculpture), collected from the early 2000’s. At the moment the museum’s collection numbers about 2 thousand individual items created by Russian realist masters starting from the middle of the last century to the present day, including the works of such outstanding artists as P. Ossovsky, V. Ivanov, A. Tutunov, I. Shevandronova, S. Gerasimov, N. Andronov, D. Zhilinsky, A. Vasnetsov, E. Unknown, L. Naumova, D. Plavinsky, A. Rukavishnikov, B. Sveshnikov, V. Shulzhenko, M. Kantor, B. Zhutovskiy, and others.

The collection also contains the works of famous artists associated with the Middle Volga region, such as K. Petrov-Vodkin, F. Malyavin, K. Gorbatov, S. Yuzhanin, I. Komissarov, V. Purygin, etc.

Since 2012 the gallery’s collection is available to everyone who is interested in Russian realistic school. Currently, the collection is exhibited in parts. The gallery holds thematic exhibitions of works from the museum's collection on a regular basis. The exhibition hall of the museum is located in the Central district of Togliatti.

Volzhskaya Art Gallery also organizes lectures, various cultural events, and master classes for children and adults via running creative workshop Of All Trades.

The museum’s collection is also exhibited on external sites, including the foreign ones. Since 2016 Volzhskaya Art Gallery has been founding and organizing the All-Russian Contest of Professional Artists and Students of Special Educational Institutions called Genre in Development. The gallery also takes part in the contest-exhibition project Against the Current organized by the Russian Academy of Arts. Since 2012 the gallery has been exhibiting the project nominees’ works as a final step of the contest.

At Music and Arts Festival Tremolo Volzhskaya Art Gallery will present an exhibition of Boris Zhutovskiy’s drawings called “The last people of the empire” (from the collections of the gallery; curators are Irina Yanovskaya and Anna Ivanushkina). From 1973 to 2003 the artist created more than 300 portraits of his contemporaries, famous people of the outgoing era. The Volzhskaya Art Gallery collection contains 25 of his works. You can see all of them at Tremolo.

At the beginning of the series the visitors will see a portrait of Mieczysław Rakowski, created in 1973. Rakowski was a brilliant journalist and a chief editor of the weekly newspaper Polityka (Poland).

Next come portraits of other famous people: poets B. Slutsky, B. Okudzhava, I. Guberman, Y. Yevtushenko, D. Samoilov, director G. Daneliya, writers G. Gorin and A. Galich, actor Z. Gerdt, historian N. Eidelman, sculptor E. Neizvestny, as well as M. Gorbachev, N. Khrushchev, and A. Sakharov. They interspersed with portraits of the author’s fellow artists and close friends.

In the portraits you will see images of Soviet and Post-Soviet epochs, seriousness and drama of those times. Not coincidentally, the author depicted intellectuals who thought about their feelings. And in a way, the portraits say about the author rather than about his models, because the author’s life is closely connected with his creative environment.

“Principally, I paint portraits only from models. It is easy both for me and for a model,” says Boris Zhutovskiy, “I have not painted anyone who would not be close, familiar or interesting to me.”

Orchestras and ensembles

The Symphony Orchestra of the Ural State Conservatoire Named After M. Mussorgsky

Participant

Yekaterinburg


The Symphony Orchestra of the Ural State Conservatoire named after M. Mussorgsky is one of the oldest orchestras of the Urals. The orchestra is made up of the Сonservatoire students (department of orchestral string instruments and department of orchestral wind and percussion instruments).

An outstanding conductor and teacher, People’s Artist of the RSFSR, Professor Mark Paverman was at the origin of the orchestra. At different times the orchestra was conducted by different conductors: Honored Artist of the RSFSR Alexander Fridlender, People’s Artists of the RSFSR Evgeny Kolobov and Wolf Gorelik, Honored Art Worker of Kazakhstan Timur Mynbayev, Honored Art Workers of Russia Alexey Lyudmilin and Boris Osipov, Honored Artists of Russia Vladimir Vishnevskiy, Vladimir Zavadskiy and Alexey Dorkin, the winner of the international competition Enkhe, Ural Philharmonic Orchestra conductor, Professor Vyacheslav Kartashov.

The Student Symphony Orchestra is a regular participant of the Conservatoire concert and creative life. It is rightfully considered to be the image and pride of the university. Throughout its history, the orchestra had the honor to accompany such soloists as People’s Artist of the USSR Vera Bayeva, People’s Artists of Russia Nikolay Golyshev, Natalya Pankova, Shaukat Amirov, Honored Artist of Russia Valery Shkarupa, Honored Artists of the RSFSR Lev Mirchin, Hertz Tsomyk, Sergey Peshkov, and others. Of particular note is a regular fruitful cooperation between the orchestra and the students’ choir (directed by Professor Vladimir Zavadskiy). Together they successfully performed the Mass in B minor (BWV 232) by Johann Sebastian Bach (conducted by Alexey Dorkin) and 9 Beethoven’s symphonies (the Conservatoire concert hall, conducted by Anton Shaburov) on the stage of Sverdlovsk State Academic Philharmonic Society.

The orchestra is not only a good practice for novice musicians. It has also become a practical base for the students who study orchestra and chorus conducting, composition, and musical sound-producing.

The brightest page of the orchestra life is associated with its conductor, the winner of All-Russian and international conducting competitions Anton Shaburov. Active and fruitful work brought positive results, such as increasing a number of performances and their complexity, and enhancing performances quality. These results made it possible to invite other Russian and foreign conductors (from Germany, Luxembourg, and the USA). Established international contacts allowed the orchestra to reach a new level. In 2015 the Symphony Orchestra together with Berlin Youth Symphony Orchestra gave two concerts in Germany. After the event the orchestra was invited to the Young Euro Classic 2016 festival in Berlin where it faced its highest triumph.

Since 2017 the orchestra has been headed by a Conservatoire graduate and teacher Andrey Kolyasnikov.

Art Project “TenorS of the XXI Century”

Participant

Moscow


The art project “The TenorS of the XXI century” was created in 2006. Its members are experienced and eminent performers Alexander Bogdanov, Alexander Zakharov, Alexander Ostrovskiy, Maxim Paster, Sergey Pisarev, Alexander Skvarko, Mikhail Urusov, Eduard Semenov, and Georgy Faradzhev. The project organizer, producer and art director is Dmitry Sibirtsev. Before gathering together the tenors had already performed at the world’s most prestigious concert venues, such as La Scala (Milano) and Teatro di San Carlo (Napoli), Covent Garden (London) and Teatro Communale di Bologna, Semperoper (Dresden) and Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, Bolshoi Theatre of Russia (Moscow) and National Opera of Ukraine (Kiev), GewandHaus (Leipzig) and Palau de les Arts (Valencia), Tchaikovsky Concert Hall (Moscow) and Carnegie Hall (New York), and others.

The art project “The TenorS of the XXI century” was granted the National Heritage Award (2007) and Moscow Award in the field of literature and art (2013) for successful concert and educational activity. The soloists of the project Maxim Paster, Alexander Bogdanov, Mikhail Urusov and Dmitry Sibirtsev became prizewinners of Irina Arkhipova’s Foundation Award. Mikhail Urusov got a title of Honoured Artist of Russia while Alexander Zakharov got a title of Honoured Artist of Ingushetia. All the soloists of the project are the winners of many different vocal competitions.

Although the singers continue their solo career, they have been getting together and giving over 150 concerts a year for more than 10 years. During its existence, “The TenorS of the XXI century” have presented more than 50 different programs to the audience, where each of the tenors indispensably sings several solo compositions. At the same time, the audience is always looking forward to the moment when all the soloists appear on the stage together. Each of the singers is an owner of a unique timbre, original performing style and dramatic temperament. It gives the audience opportunity to enjoy, empathize, compare and appraise!

At Music and Arts Festival Tremolo the art project “The TenorS of the XXI century” will present the program called A Tribute to Pavarotti. The repertoire of the concert includes arias from operas in which Luciano Pavarotti shone, as well as Neapolitan songs and works of modern Italian composer Romano Musumarra, who wrote several remarkable melodies specially for Pavarotti. One of the main songs of the program, of course, is famous “Caruso” written by Lucio Dalla. In the program A Tribute to Pavarotti the soloists of the project never try to copy Luciano Pavarotti’s manner of singing, but simply pay tribute to this amazing performer and person.

Conductors

Fabio Mastrangelo

Participant

St. Petersburg


Fabio Mastrangelo is artistic director of the St. Petersburg State Music Hall Theatre, International Festival All Together Opera and Music and Arts Festival Tremolo (Classic over Volga, Togliatti).

Fabio Mastrangelo was born in Bari (Italy) in a musical family. He received his first education at the piano faculty of the Niccolò Piccinni Conservatory (Italian: Conservatorio Niccolò Piccinni) of Bari (under P. Camicia). He trained at the Conservatoire de musique de Genève (under of M. Tipo) and the Royal Academy of Music in London. F. Mastrangelo studied conducting at the Academy of Music in Pescara (under G. Serembe), in Vienna (under L. Bernstein and K. Osterreicher), and at the National Academy of St. Cecilia (Italian: Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia) in Rome.

The number of projects and people the Maestro worked with at different times cannot be counted. Today Maestro Mastrangelo is artistic director of the St. Petersburg State Music Hall Theatre, principal conductor and artistic director of St. Petersburg Hermitage Orchestra St. Petersburg Camerata, principal conductor of the Symphony Orchestra of the Yakutia State Philharmonia Simphonica ARTica, principal guest conductor of the Novosibirsk Academic Symphony Orchestra.

Fabio Mastrangelo regularly takes part in interesting Russian and international music projects. Thus, in 2011 the Maestro conducted Gounod’s Romeo and Juliet at the Arena di Verona Opera Festival, a famous international event.

In 2011 he became principal conductor of the Grand Opera project (Russian: Bol’shaya opera) on TV channel Culture (Russian: Kultura). Since 2013 he has been artistic director of the International Festival All Together Opera. Since 2015 Fabio Mastrangelo has been artistic director of Music and Arts Festival Tremolo (Classic over Volga).

Andrey Kolyasnikov

Participant

Yekaterinburg


Andrey Kolyasnikov is a graduate of the Ural State Conservatoire named after M. Mussorgsky with a specialization in orchestra and chorus conducting (under Professor V. Kartashov).

Since 2015 Andrey Kolyasnikov has been working as a teacher, artistic director and conductor of the orchestra of wind and percussion instruments at the Ural musical college at the Conservatoire. Since 2015 he has been working as an artistic director and conductor of the College Symphonic Orchestra. In 2016 the orchestra of wind and percussion instruments became the laureate of the I prize at the All-Russian Competition Steps of Musical Mastery.

In 2017 Andrey Kolyasnikov started his work at the Ural State Conservatoire as artistic director, conductor of the Symphony Orchestra, and lecturer at the Department of orchestra conducting.

In addition to this work, Andrey Kolyasnikov is actively engaged in concert activities. He performs with the Symphony and Chamber Orchestras of Sverdlovsk Tchaikovsky Music College. He is also a conductor at mass cultural city events. Andrey is the founder and director of the instrumental ensemble FanTango, where graduate and postgraduate students of the Conservatoire play. The international achievement of the team and its leader is the first prize at prestigious International Accordion Competition Accordeon Wettbewerb, Klingenthal, Germany (2015).

Artists and Painters

Boris Zhutovskiy

Participant

Moscow


Boris Zhutovskiy (born 1932 in Moscow) is a Russian artist, illustrator, and writer. He graduated from the Faculty of Arts of the Moscow Polygraphic Institute (a student of professors A. Goncharov, I. Chekmazov, and D. Arkhangelskiy). After graduation from the Institute the artist worked in Sverdlovsk. Since 1957 B. Zhutovskiy has been working as a book illustrator at various publishing houses in Moscow.

Boris Zhutovskiy has been exhibiting his works since 1959. After famous exhibition at the Moscow Manege in 1962 when Nikita Khrushchev chided avant-garde artists for promoting degenerate art, B. Zhutovskiy had no opportunity to participate in Soviet exhibitions. But later on the undoubted talent of the artist was recognized by the authorities.

In 2004 B. Zhutovskiy published a book of portraits and memoirs called “The last people of the empire. 101 portraits of contemporaries. 1973-2003.” The portraits of people who have been living in the outgoing era is a chief work of the artist. Currently, Boris Zhutovskiy lives and works in Moscow.

30 June Saturday

Night at the theatre

One-act ballet
«The River»

Performance dedicated
«You shall recall me yet, and more than once...»

Performed by theater "Evgeny Panfilov Ballet" (Perm)

Choreography, costumes – Evgeny Panfilov (Perm)

  • Beginning: 22:00
  • Duration: 2 hours with intermission

 

One hour before the start of the performance there will be the exhibition opening.
«The last people of the empire»

Visual art: drawing

Author: Boris Zhutovskiy (Moscow)

  • Beginning: 21:00
  • Duration: 1 hour with intermission
01 July Sunday

There is no Tolstoy

Performance
«There is no Tolstoy»

Performed by theater of active audience«Aktivny Teatr» (Moscow)

Author Olga Pogodina-Kuzmina

Director Marina Perelyshina

Designer Svetlana Litvinova

  • Beginning: 20:00
  • Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes with intermission
02 July Monday

Exhibition

Intermission. The exhibition is open.

«The last people of the empire»

Visual art: drawing

Author: Boris Zhutovskiy (Moscow)

  • The exhibition is working for all day
03 July Tuesday

Classic


Russian classical music concert

Performed by the Symphony Orchestra of the Ural State Conservatoire named after M.P. Mussorgsky (Yekaterinburg)

Conductor Fabio Mastrangelo (St. Petersburg)

  • Beginning: 20:00
  • Duration: 2 hours (with intermission)
04 July Wednesday

To Pavarotty

Performance
«A Tribute to Pavarotti»

Performed by:

Art project «The TenorS of the XXI Century» (Moscow)

The Symphony Orchestra of the Ural State Conservatoire named after M.P. Mussorgsky (Yekaterinburg)

Conductor Andrey Kolyasnikov

  • Beginning: 20:00
  • Duration: 2 hours (with intermission)
22 - 26 June
2014
crew
250 people
audience
4700 people
Participants
KAZAN
symphonic orchestra
TOLYATTI
symphonic orchestra
"Helicon-opera"MUSICAL theater
(Moscow)
Theater – Circus "KRAKATUK"
(St. Petersburg)
String quartet "ATRIUM"
(Germany)
"VARIANT" Theater
(Tolyatti)
Invited
soloists
VirgiliusNareyka
(Lithuania)
Christian Benedict
(Lithuania)
Augustus Amonov
(Russia)
Nikita Borisoglebsky, violin
(Russia)
Premiere
Musical performance
«Coffee cantata»
Coffee cantata
Opera
"Romeo and Juliette"
(Ch. Gounod), Kazan state conservatory(Moscow)
24 - 27 June
2013
crew
250 people
audience
4500 people
Participants
KAZAN
symphonic orchestra
TOLYATTI
symphonic orchestra
Ural
youth symphony orchestra
Invited
soloists
MARYINSKY Theater
(St. Petersburg)
VILNIUS Theater
of opera and ballet

(Lithuania)
Premiere
Near-musical performance
«On a high note»
«Variant» Theater (Tolyatti)
26 - 28 June
2012
crew
200 people
audience
4000 people
Participants
KAZAN
symphonic orchestra
TOLYATTI
symphonic orchestra
Ural
youth symphony orchestra
Invited
soloists
MARYINSKY Theater
(St. Petersburg)
Premiere
Near-musical performance
«On a high note»
«Variant» Theater (Tolyatti)
21 - 24 June
2011
crew
200 people
audience
2900 people
Participants
KAZAN
symphonic orchestra
TOLYATTI
symphonic orchestra
SARATOV
symphonic orchestra
Invited
soloists
MARYINSKY Theater
(St. Petersburg)
Premiere
Gala concert of
ZURAB SOTKILAVA
and soloists of "Bolshoi Theater"
20 - 21 July
2010
crew
200 people
audience
2000 people
Participants
SYMPHONIC
orchestra of Art institute
Invited
soloists
Christian Benedict
(Lithuania)
Premiere
Zurab Sotkilav
(Moscow)
4 - 5 August
2009
crew
100 people
audience
2000 people
Participants
VOLGA REGION
youth symphonic
orchestra
Invited
actors
Belarusian theater
(Belarus)
Uzbekistan theater
(Uzbekistan)
Ukrainian theater
(Ukraine)
Premiere
Concert for children
28 August
2008
crew
90 people
audience
1900 people
participants
VOLGA REGION
youth symphonic
orchestra

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