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Renowned for breathing new and fresh life into world famous compositions and executing classical music in exemplary manner, Moscow City Symphony has been enriching audiences for years. Buy Moscow City Symphony tickets and enjoy the musical excellence with unique and distinctive sound of one of the official Moscow Symphony orchestras.
Founded in 2000 by Moscow City Government, Moscow City Symphony Russian Philharmonic is the first and only Moscow City Full symphony Orchestra. Orchestra’s first artistic director and chief conductor Alexander Vedernikov who served till 2004, followed by Maxim Fedotov till 2011 and Dmitri Jurowski after that. Orchestra’s concerts take place in Grand Hall of the Conservatory, Svetlanov Hall of Moscow International House of Music, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall and State Kremlin Palace. The orchestra includes a chamber orchestra, smaller symphony orchestra, string ensemble, brass band and chamber groups.
Moscow City Symphony has been playing a significant role in turning Moscow into cultural capital of the world. With more than 80 concerts per season just in Moscow and many more all around the world, it has solidified its status as the orchestra of new millennium. The repertoire includes Russian classics, foreign classics and several works of modern composers.
Prominent soloists and conductors are part of the symphony orchestra which includes Honored Artists of Russia, Western Europe and Asia many of whom are International Awards winners. These musicians have represented Russia in Asia Pacific United Symphony Orchestra at General Assembly Hall in New York and All Stars Orchestra at Arena di Verona. The symphony orchestra is also a member of International Artist Managers’ Association, League of American Orchestras and Alliance of Asia Pacific Region Orchestras, the only Russian Orchestra to do so.
Over the years, Moscow City Symphony has been implementing grand innovative projects. These include The Golden Cockerel with cinema and theatre collaboration, Fairy Tale about Tsar Saltan and several other Russian music tales. Other projects include G. Verdi’s Aida, Carmina Burana, Ancient Egyptian opera recital, C. Orff’s Cantata using masterpieces of Michelangelo, Bruegel, Botticelli, Bosch, Raphael and Durer. The CD recordings include modern compositions as well as symphonic works.
The Symphony has presented many remarkable and world renowned projects which include premiere of A. Schoenberg’s cantata Gurre-Leider, joint concert with La Scala orchestra, world premiere of Glory, Russian premiere of G. Rossini’s Tancredi. The orchestra also arranged two concerts with orchestra of Julia Chapel, St Peter’s Basilica. The orchestra also takes part in annual City Day and the Victory Day celebration, International Bach Music Festival, International Russian Opera Festival, International opera Singers Competitions and annual Mstislav Rostropovick International Festival. It also hosted eighth Alliance of Asia Pacific Region Orchestras (AAPRO) Summit at the Moscow International House of Music.
Moscow City Symphony is reputed to experimenting with the music without distorting the real essence of compositions. The excellent quality and uniqueness that comes with each performance of the orchestra has the ability to touch hearts of listeners no matter what culture or nation they belong to. With perfect light and sound arrangements, video and slide effects and different programs for adults and kids it provides best orchestral setting for people of all ages to enjoy the music. The orchestra constantly enlarges its repertoire, collaborating with leading international musicians from all around the world. The concert tours play a great role in enhancing orchestra’s image and reaching out to people outside Russia. Buy Moscow City Symphony tickets and enjoy the most eminent orchestral work of Moscow City Symphony.