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The State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia is one of the oldest symphonic ensembles of the country. The debut performance of the State Orchestra took place more than seventy five years ago at the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory. During that time, the orchestra performed under the directors E. Kleiber and A. Gauk. Ever since its inception, it has been led by great musicians like Alexander Gauk, Natan Rakhlin, Konstantin Ivanov and Evgeny Svetlanov.
Svetlanov served the orchestra as a music director for the longest time and is known as "the last romantic of the 20th century." Under his leadership, the orchestra became one of the bests in the world and its repertoire grew. Today, it includes almost all of the Russian symphonic music, contemporary composers' work and several Western classics. The Orchestra is going to perform at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach, FL on November 18th, 2014. With Russian State Symphony Orchestra tickets you can attend this show live.
For the first time, the orchestra toured abroad in 1956, and since then has been regularly representing Russian culture in Belgium, Australia, Canada, Austria, China, Denmark, the Czech Republic, France, Hong Kong, Germany, Italy, Lebanon, the U.S, Japan and Mexico. The discography of the orchestra includes hundreds of vinyl CDs and records released by foreign and leading Russian labels like Melodiya, EMI Classics, Bomba-Piter, Deutsche Grammophon, BMG, Naxos, and Chandos.
The State Orchestra has also participated in many festivals during the last three seasons of touring. These festivals include, The Arts Plaza, Crescendo and the III International Denis Matsuev Festival. The latest concert tours of the orchestra went to Spain, Germany and Russia. The orchestra has also performed at many prestigious venues like the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, Teatro Colon, the Royal Albert Hall, Carnegie Hall, the State Kremlin Palace, Fisher Hall and Tchaikovsky Concert Hall.
The current conductor of the orchestra is Vladimir Jurowski, who was appointed in 2011. In the past, renowned figures have graced the orchestra's podium as guest conductors, which include names like H. Abendroth, V. Gergiev, A. Cluytens, Erich Kleiber, N. Golovanov, Kurt Masur, E. Mravinsky, M. Rostropovich, Charles Munch, and S. Samosud. Besides these great musicians, some of the outstanding soloists have also performed with the orchestra, some of them being Yu. Bashmet, M. Caballe, A Fischer, Emil Gilels, O. Kagan, V. Krainev, Yehudi Menuhin, Sviatoslav Richter, E. Virsaladze and V. Tretyakov. This ensemble of talented musicians devotes a lot of time to touring across Russia. These musicians not just play at major venues, but also host charitable activities, which include free performances at schools, orphanages and hospitals of the country.
Heralded as “a conductor you want to hear again and again”, Roberto Abbado is an esteemed musician who is known for his dramatic compositions and instinctive lyrics. He is an energetic and sophisticated conductor who possesses amazing communicative skills, which make him a favorite among the orchestra lovers. He regularly performs with St. Louis and Atlanta symphony orchestras. Apart from that, Roberto has also appeared with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Houston Symphony, San Francisco Symphony and Philadelphia Orchestra. The 2011-2012 season of his stellar career featured a Berlioz's La Damnation de Faust and Anna Bolena of Donizetti.
Composer and conductor, John Adams is a famous name of the American music world. His works, both symphonic and operatic, stand out among modern classical compositions. John is a highly acclaimed conductor who has been considered as one of the best in the world of orchestra. If you wish to catch all of these accomplished musicians, buy Russian State Symphony Orchestra tickets today.