Ruslan Bogatyrev concert «Romanticism of a Romance»

Ruslan Bogatyrev concert «Romanticism of a Romance»

To the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution concert-anthology of the Russian romance of the Golden, Silver and Ruby Ages "ARISTOCRAPHIC PETERSBURG AND ZLATOGLAVAYA MOSCOW"

On November 7, 2017 at 7 pm in the Concert Hall "Near Finland" Ruslan Bogatyrev's concert "Aristocratic Petersburg and Golden-domed Moscow" will be held, accompanied by the Moscow Chamber Ensemble BELSONECO. The 100th anniversary of the October Revolution is not just an anniversary of a grand historical event that has drastically changed the destinies of people and nations. In fact, this is also the jubilee of the turning point in such an original and unordinary phenomenon of world culture as the Russian romance. Premiere of the program. Two empires - Russian and Soviet, two capitals - Petersburg and Moscow, two fates - the great Russian prince Konstantin Romanov and the great Russian actress Maria Nikolayevna Ermolova ...

An unusual musical evening awaits you, in which an anthology of the Russian romance of the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union is presented, Russian chamber music of the Golden, Silver and Ruby Ages: a romance of old, classical, salon, spiritual, instrumental, gypsy, urban and modern. The works of the composers of the Moscow and St. Petersburg schools will be performed. A special place is occupied by romances from the repertoire of three outstanding performers: Nadezhda Obukhova, Anastasia Vialtseva and Valery Agafonov, as well as romances to the 80th birthday of Eugene Doga, the contemporary of the Ruby century of Russian music. The Russian romance is in many respects akin to the Russian lacquer miniature: the same subtlety and grace of hand-made, the same mysterious and incomprehensible light that radiates the artistic work of the master ... This is truly the national property of Russia, to which we can and should be proud by right.

Ruslan Bogatyrev is a native Muscovite from the family of Russian hereditary officers, lyrical and dramatic tenor, performer of Russian songs and romances, romantic and dance songs of Ukraine, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Latin America. Graduated from the Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences. A.N. Scriabin (Moscow) in the class of academic vocals Z.A. Fedorova, soloist of the Bolshoi Theater of the USSR Union of the Golden Age of Vladimir Atlantov and Elena Obraztsova. +

In his work he professes the beauty of the national ornament, the depth and expressiveness of the word in the traditions of the teachings of Prince SM. Volkonsky. Poet-songwriter, the author of words for Russian songs and romances, waltzes P.I. Tchaikovsky, G.V. Sviridov and E.D. Great Danes. Some of them will be performed in this concert. His path to vocal art began in adulthood, but in a short time he achieved a well-deserved recognition. He received the title of laureate and diploma winner of prestigious international contests of classical and pop songs in Russia, Ukraine, Italy and Spain, laureate of the International Competition. F.I. Chaliapin (2011), the International Competition of Remembrance of S.V. Rakhmaninov (2013), the International Competition of the ancient Russian romance them. Isabella Yurieva (2016). The Moscow Chamber Ensemble BELSONECO takes part in the concert with the support of the Russian Society of Classical Romance. It includes laureates of international competitions Andrey Katichev (piano), Yulia Tulyaeva (violin), Vladimir Gapontsev (guitar).

Presenter: musicologist Larissa Vorontsovskaya ("Petersburg Concert")
Special guest: Larisa Tymchinskaya (soprano) - laureate of All-Russian and international competitions, soloist of the Irina Arkhipova Foundation and the Talent of the World Foundation, David Gvinianidze.
The works will be: F. Chopin, M.I. Glinka, A.S. Dargomyzhsky, P.I. Tchaikovsky, N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov, S.V. Rachmaninov, A.A. Alyabyeva, A.L. Gurilyova, P.P. Bulakhova, A.M. Davydov, F. Herman, Ya.F. Prigogorogo, N. Shiryaeva, D.D. Shostakovich, G.V. Sviridov, I.I. Shvartsa, E.P. Krylatova, E.D. Dogi, A.A. Sukhanov, V.I. Panchenko, hieromonk Roman (Matyushin-Pravdin).
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes with one intermission


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