Elizaveta Yaroshinskaia, piano y Maria Lazareva, violin. MOSCU

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1ª PARTE

Tchaikovsky:
Melodie
Tchaikovsky:
Russian dance
Tchaikovsky:
Melancholic Serenade
Rachmaninoff:
Vocalise
Rachmaninoff:
Romance

2ª PARTE

De Falla :
Suite Populaire Espagnole
Albeniz :
Tango
Sarasate :
Romance Andalouse
Sarasate :
Zapateando
Sarasate :
Gypsy Airs

Elizaveta Yaroshinskaia
She was born in Belgorod ( Russia ) in 1985  .
Studied at the Moscow academic college( Prof. T. Alijanov ), and Moscow P.I.  Tchaikovsky Conservatory ( Prof. K. Knorre ).
She won several International Competitions such as : International Piano Competition in Sankt Peterburg ( Russia ) and International Piano Competition in Palm Desert ( USA )
Many years worked at the Gnessin Music School and Central Music School ( Moscow Russia ) with pofessor Aleksey Utkin ( oboe )
Since 2010  she has been a soloist for the Moscow Philarmonic Society ( piano , harpsichord  ). Worked with Academic State Chamber Orchestra( artistic director – A. Utkin ) .  She has performed on tour in many countries and concert halls  , including Great Hall of Moscow Concervatory , Tchaikovsky Concert Hall , Great Hall of Moscow International Performing Arts Center , Saint – Petersburg Music House. Took part in festivals in Russia, Great Britan , USA , Norway , Lithuania, Spain . She collaborates with such orchestras as St. Petersburg Filarmonic Orchestra ( artistic director Y. Temirkanov) , Novaya Rossiya ( artistic director Yury Bashmet ) , Joven Orquesta Leonesa ,Munich Chamber Orchestra , Soloists Ensemble Ermitage ( artistic director A. Gindin ), and many other.
Member of association concertmaster.
Since 2015 live in Spain .
Maria Lazareva was born in Moscow, Russia in 1984. Her debut as soloist came at the age of 14 in the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory. She graduated from Gnessin State Music College (2002), Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory (2007, prof.Bogdanyan) and achieved Master’s degree in Music Highschool Karlruhe, Germany (2009, prof. L.A. Breuninger). Maria has worked together with internationally acclaimed musicians, such as N.Shtarkman, V.Ovchinnikov, A.Gindin, L.Timofeeva, O.Kern, V.Kholodenko, A.Gugnin, M.Tretyakova, M.Bereznitsky, A.Brusilovsky, D.Shapovalov, A.Tchebotareva, A.Zagorinsky and has performed in the best concert halls of Moscow ( Conservatory, Philharmony, the Kremlin) , as well as in several European countries (England, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Japan). Maria released four CDs in collaboration with a chamber ensemble “Eccellente”, conducted by Prof. Evgeny Nepalo. These recordings include works of Bach, Vivaldi, Vitali, Telemann, Mendelssohn, Paganini, and were broadcasted on major Russian classical music radio stations. Another CD in collaboration with famous cellist Alexandr Zagorinsky consists of chamber works of composer M.Glinka. Maria Lazareva was mentioned in several popular music issues, such as “Музыкальная жизнь” (“Muzykalnaya Jizn”), that published her photo on the front cover twice, “Музыкальный Журнал” (“Muzykalny Jurnal”), “Женщина и политика” (“Woman and politics”), “Культура” (“Kultura”), “The Moscow Times”, “Heilbronner Stimme” and others.
In 2010 Lazareva became the participant as soloist in the duo-project together with legendary Russian ballet dancer Farukh Ruzimatov. From 2013 Maria Lazareva started to perform as soloist in concerts together with chamber orchestras “The Seasons” (conductor Vladislav Bulakhov) and “Moscow Camerata” (conductor Nikolai Sokolov). Prize winner of the 2nd International Shostakovich Chamber Music Competition (Moscow, 2010) and the 11th Luigi Zanuccoli Music Competition (Italy, 2013).
Maria’s active repertoire spans from baroque music to the pieces of modern composers. She also has appeared as soloist in a number of video projects soundtracks. Maria Lazareva plays on an 18th century Tyrolean violin. Maria is also known as composer, arranger and music teacher.

Junio 24 2016

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Fecha: 24 / Junio / 2016
Hora: 20:00 - 22:00
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