Classics and Jazz in Tsaritsino
11.06.2012 – 12.06.2012
"Classics and Jazz" music festival will run on June 11 and 12 in Tsaritsino. We invite you to visit one of the most beautiful royal estates of Moscow and listen to the great jazz and classical music. The admission is free.
This year the organizers of the festival have prepared many surprises for the audience: a unique première of the renowned Joshua Redman saxophone quartet, the performance of the legendary jazz pianist George Cables. You'll have the chance to listen to the pianist and conductor Ignat Solzhenitsyn and many other prominent musicians and ensembles of our time.
Tsaritsino royal estate and park ensemble looks gorgeous in summer time and we recommend to come here during your Moscow tours.
The festival program
14.00 - 15.30 – Catherine Hall of the Grand Palace
Opening of the Festival. The concert of piano music (Mozart, Arensky, Schumann, Debussy and Brahms)
16.00-17.30 – The open-air stage on a large meadow in front of the palace
"KREMLIN" Chamber Orchestra. The program features Dvorak, Strauss, Anderson, Dunaevsky, Piazolla.
16.30-18.00 – "The Bread House" atrium
Concert of organ music works by Bach, Handel, Mendelssohn
18.00-19.00 – The open-air stage on a large meadow in front of the palace
"New Voices" music project: arias, Neapolitan songs, jazz tunes.
19.15-20.30- The open-air stage on a large meadow in front of the palace
The stars of the world jazz. Oleg Kireev Quartet (Russia)
20.30-22.00- The open-air stage on a large meadow in front of the palace.
The stars of the world jazz. George Cables, piano (USA)
14.00-15.30 – Bazhenov Hall of the Grand Palace
Concert of chamber music. "Moscow Soloists" Chamber Ensemble
Works by Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms
16.00-18.00 - The open-air stage on a large meadow in front of the palace.
Gala concert dedicated to the Day of Russia. Moscow State Symphony Orchestra conducted by Pavel Kogan. Soloists: Mikhail Davydov (baritone, Helikon Opera soloist), Daria Zykova (soprano, soloist of the Bolshoi Theatre), George Vasilev (tenor, New Opera soloist),
Olga Pudova (soprano, soloist of the Mariinsky Theatre).
The program features works by Tchaikovsky, Verdi, Puccini, Rossini, Mozart, Strauss, Bizet, Gershwin
18.30-20.00 - The open-air stage on a large meadow in front of the palace
The stars of the world jazz. Dennis Rowland, vocal (USA)
20.00-21.30 – The open-air stage on a large meadow in front of the palace
The stars of the world jazz.
Joshua Redman, saxophone (USA)
Chris Potter, saxophone (USA)
Mark Turner, saxophone (USA)
Chris Cheek, saxophone (USA)
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