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The Russian Chamber Philharmonic St. Petersburg was founded in 1990 by graduates of the renowned St. Petersburg State Conservatory and is one of the country's most significant musical ambassadors.To critical acclaim worldwide, the orchestra reflects the talent and famous standards of its homeland's musical education. The Russian trademarks of utmost expression, virtuosity and the famous Russian string sound have led to the orchestra's exceptional standards as one of the most sought-after chamber orchestras of Europe.

The orchestra regularly collaborates with world class artists such as Nigel Kennedy, Mischa Maisky, Vadaim Repin, Sir James Galway, Igor Oistrach, Edita Gruberova, Richard Galliano, Giora Feidman, David Garrett, Nikolai Tokarev, Martin Stadtfeld, Sergei Nakariakov, Elena Bashkirova, Michael Barenboim and Andrei Gavrilov.

Frequent concerts tours throughout Europe by the Russian Chamber Philharmonic St Petersburg have taken place to great acclaim from both critics and audiences alike. Tours have brought them to major European centres and renowned concert halls including: Berlin Philharmonic Hall, Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées Paris, Teatro Real Madrid, Gewandhaus Leipzig, Alte Oper Frankfurt, Cologne Philharmonic Hall, Bayreuth Opera House and Theatre de Luxembourg as well as to many well-known international festivals, such as Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Rheingau Music Festival, Istanbul Music Festival and Al-Bustan Music Festival Beirut.

The orchestra remains in demand for its studio productions, having received the "Editor's Choice" award from Gramophone Magazine for their latest Sony production.

 

Concert by the Women’s Choir of the Béla Bartók Music Institute

June
Tuesday
18
18:00 h
Choral works by contemporary composers – György Orbán, Levente Gyöngyösi, Miklós Kocsár, Ēriks Ešenvalds, Pablo Casals – and classics... | go to event page »

Bluebeard + Aleksandr Scriabin: Prometheus: The Poem of Fire | Béla Bartók: Bluebeard’s Castle

June
Wednesday
19
21:00 h
“...an encounter of operatic and symphonic poetry...” Aleksandr Scriabin: Prometheus: The Poem of Fire a concert with light show Lighting... | go to event page »

Albin Fries: Nora

June
Thursday
20
19:00 h
Winner of the 2018 Opera Composition Competition Opera in three acts, in German In the main roles: Sonnenfels – Pedro Velázquez Díaz Arthur... | go to event page »

Igudesman& Joo – A Little Nightmare Music Show

June
Friday
21
18:00 h
Just when you thought it was safe... The concert begins. The music is sublime. Not even a pin would dare drop. Suddenly, a cellphone rings and... | go to event page »

OPERA FOR THOUSANDS – Pietro Mascagni: Cavalleria rusticana (Rustic Chivalry)

June
Friday
21
21:15 h
Opera in one act, in Italian “Opera for Thousands” presenting immortal masterpieces of world operatic literature will feature Pietro... | go to event page »

Pietro Mascagni: Iris

June
Saturday
22
19:00 h
Opera in two parts, three acts, in Italian Libretto: Luigi Illica Guest performance of the Josef Kajetán Tyl Theatre (Plzen, Czech) Cast:... | go to event page »

3 Tenors – Concluding Gala Performance

June
Sunday
23
19:00 h
Programme: Works by VERDI, PUCCINI, GUNOD, TCHAIKOVSKI, STRAUSS, DERACO, and other popular composers Soloists: Galeano Salas, István Horváth,... | go to event page »
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