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Lecture by composer Alexander Ivanov

On March 19, a lecture by composer Alexander Ivanov «Recalling the Teacher. 1st part of Boris Tishchenko's Symphony № 7», dedicated to the 85th anniversary of the genius composer, favorite pupil, closest friend and follower of D. Shostakovich Boris Tishchenko.

Russian composer (March 23, 1939, Leningrad – December 9, 2010, St. Petersburg) – the winner of the Prague Spring 1966 International Competition for Young Composers, winner of the Glinka State Prize of Russia (1978), Honored Art Worker of Russia (1978), Professor (since 1986), People's Artist of Russia (1987).

Boris Tishchenko wrote 8 symphonies, 4 program symphonies, ballets «Yaroslavna», «The Twelve», «Mukha-Tsokotukha», opera «The Stolen Sun», operetta «Tarakanishche», «Requiem» to poems by A. Akhmatova, several vocal cycles, 9 concertos for various instrumental ensembles, 10 piano sonatas, 4 sonatas for solo strings, music for theatrical productions and films. His works have been recorded by various record companies and published in Russia and many European countries.

The composer created his Seventh Symphony in 1994. It is dedicated to the conductor Eduard Serov, and was first performed on February 22, 1997 in Volzhsky under his direction. The Petersburg premiere of the symphony took place on March 2, 1997 in the Grand Philharmonic Hall.

The participants of the event listened to a recording of the symphony performed by the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow State Philharmonic, conducted by Dmitry Yablonsky.

 

  • Composer Alexander Ivanov
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    Composer Alexander Ivanov
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    During the event