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    Armchair Concerts.
    Broadcasts
    from Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

    March 29, 2020

    Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

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    Program:
    P. I. Tchaikovsky
    Piano Trio, Op. 50 (In memory of a great artist)
    P. I. Tchaikovsky
    Nocturne in C-sharp minor, Op. 19 No. 4
    Franck
    Sonata for Violin and Piano in A major, FWV 8

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    Moscow Philharmonic Society begins live broadcasts of concerts without an audience from the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall. The initiative was supported by leading Russian musicians, several collectives, musicologists and hosts of classical music concerts Artyom Vargaftik and Yaroslav Timofeev.

    The broadcast program keeps being compiled. In addition to the concerts already indicated in the schedule, performances of the Chamber Orchestra of Russia, pianists Boris Berezovsky, Nikolai Lugansky, Dmitry Masleev, Philipp Kopachevsky, Alexey Melnikov, violinist Pavel Milyukov, guitarist Artyom Dervoed are planned.

    The live broadcasts start at 19.00. Then the recording will be available in our video catalogue. All concerts will be held in one part.

    Pavel Milyukov

    Pavel Miliukov was born in Perm (Russia) in 1984. A graduate of the Academic Music College at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory, he then continued his studies at the Conservatory itself, including the assistantship programme under Vladimir Ivanov. Further studies brought him to the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz and to the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, under Professor Boris Kuschnir. 

    Pavel Miliukov has been a prize-winner of renowned international competitions in Kloster Schoental (2nd Prize, 2003), Astana (Grand Prix, 2008), Seoul (2nd Prize, 2012), Robert Canetti Competition (held in Hungary, 1st Prize, 2005), Vibrarte in Patis (1st Prize, as part of Con Spirito trio, 2008), Niccolo Paganini Competition in Moscow (2nd Prize, 1st Prize was not awarded, 2007), David Oistrakh Competition in Moscow (2nd Prize, 2008), and Aram Khachaturian Competition in Yerevan (1st Prize, 2012). In 2010, he was awarded the 2nd Prize of the 1st All-Russian Music Contest in Moscow, while 2015 brought him the 3rd Prize of the 15th International Tchaikovsky Competition.

    Pavel has been enjoying an intense concert schedule, touring across Europe, Japan, South and North Korea, China, Brazil, performing and delivering masterclasses in many Russian cities. He has appeared alongside leading Russian and international orchestras, such as State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia 'Evgeny Svetlanov', Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, Mariinsky Orchestra, Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Moscow State Symphony Orchestra under Pavel Kogan, and Ural Philharmonic Orchestra, among many others, playing under the baton of Valery Gergiev, Vladimir Spivakov, Vladimir Fedoseev, Mikhail Pletnev, Yuri Simonov, Vladimir Jurowski, Kristjan Järvi, James Conlon, Alexander Sladkovsky, Vasily Petrenko, Pavel Kogan, and Maria Eklund. 

    He has been granted two fellowships from the Saint Petersburg Music House and Rossiya Bank. In 2008–2012, Pavel Miliukov was a soloist at the Saint Petersburg Music House. He also took part in the '21st century stars', a programme by the Moscow Philharmonic. 

    In 2016, he was awarded the Russian Order of Friendship. Since 2016, Pavel Miliukov has been teaching at the Moscow Conservatory Violin Department under Professor Vladimir Ivanov and delivering masterclasses on a regular basis. 

    He plays the 'ex-Szigeti' violin made by Pietro Giovanni Guarneri and provided by Neva Foundation (Switzerland).

    Alexander Ramm

    Alexander Ramm was born in 1988 in Vladivostok. Graduated from the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory (cello class of Natalia Shakhovskaya and chamber ensemble class of Alexander Bonduriansky) and completed a postgraduate course at the conservatory. Continued his studies at the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler Berlin (class of Frans Helmerson).

    Prize-winner at the Moscow Competition for Young Cellists (2003; 1st prize), the Cambridge International Boston Competition (2005; 1st prize), the Moscow Romantic Music Festival (2006; Grand Prix), the Unisa International String Competition (Pretoria, South Africa, 2010; 4th prize), the Beijing International Music Competition (2010; 2nd prize), the All-Russian Music Competition (Moscow, 2010; 1st prize) and the International Cello Competition Antonio Janigro (Zagreb, 2012; 4th prize). In August 2012 together with pianist Anna Odintsova he took 4th prize at the Swedish International Duo Competition (Katrineholm). In April 2013 he won 3rd prize at one of the most prestigious cello competitions – the Paulo Cello Competition in Helsinki, making him the first Russian musician to be a prize-winner at that contest. In June 2015 he won 2nd prize and the Silver Medal at the International Tchaikovsky Competition.

    Since 2011 he has featured in concert programmes of the Moscow Philharmonic Society, including the project Stars of the 21st Century, and has been a soloist at the St Petersburg Music House. Regularly performs at the Moscow Easter Festival.

    In 2018 he recorded a CD of Benjamin Britten’s cello suites that received the Listeners’ Choice Award by the Violoncello Foundation in New York.

    Has toured to many towns and cities in Russia, Great Britain, Lithuania, Sweden, Austria, Finland, South Africa, Japan, France and Bulgaria; performs at the Brucknerhaus in Linz, Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw, the Philharmonie de Paris, London’s Cadogan Hall, the Concert Hall of the Mariinsky Theatre and the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow. Collaborates with such conductors as Michail Jurowski, Vladimir Jurowski, Vladimir Spivakov, Valery Gergiev, Vasily Petrenko, Alexander Sladkovsky, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Yuri Bashmet, Antoni Wit, Stanislav Kochanovsky, Alexander Lazarev, Valery Polyansky, Dmitry Liss.

    Philipp Kopachevsky

    A soloist of the Moscow State Philharmonic and a prize-winner at international competitions, the young pianist Philipp Kopachevsky had won tremendous audience admiration and acclaim by the age of twenty-three. He regularly appears in recital in Great Britain, Germany, the USA, the Netherlands, France, Italy, Greece, Poland and Spain as well as throughout Russia. Kopachevsky has won particular popularity in Japan, where especially for NHK TV he recorded a disc of piano music by Chopin. 

    Philipp Kopachevsky was born in Moscow in 1990. He graduated from the Central School of Music of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatoire. He is currently a student at the Moscow Conservatoire (class of Professor Sergei Dorensky). He has been a prize-winner at eight prestigious international competitions, among them the Х International Franz Schubert Piano Competition (Germany).

    The musician has performed with the world’s great orchestras, among them English Chamber Orchestra, Moscow Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra of the Kolobov Novaya Opera Theatre in Moscow, Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, Russian National Orchestra, National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia, Moscow State Academic Symphony Orchestra, Novaya Rossiya State Symphony Orchestra, Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra and the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the St Petersburg Philharmonic. He has collaborated with such illustrious conductors as Mstislav Rostropovich, Valery Gergiev, Vladimir Spivakov, Mikhail Pletnev, Yevgeny Kolobov, Yuri Simonov, Alexander Dmitriev, Andrew Gourlay, William Noll, Bjarte Engeset, Charles Olivieri-Munroe, Yevgeny Bushkov, Maxim Vengerov, Paul Watkins, Jan Latham-Koenig, Dorian Wilson and Dmitry Liss among others. 

    Philipp Kopachevsky has appeared at numerous international festivals, such as the Andrei Sakharov Festival (Nizhny Novgorod), the Vera Lotar-Shevchenko Memorial Competition (Novosibirsk), the Steinway Festival, the Miami Piano Festival, the Arts Naples World Festival (USA), the Colmar International Festival (France), the Mstislav Rostropovich Memorial Festival (Baku), the Baltic Seasons festival (Kaliningrad), Vladimir Spivakov Invites, Stars on Baikal, Crescendo and Denis Matsuev Invites among numerous others. 

    Philipp Kopachevsky performed at the world premiere of choreographer Benjamin Millepied’s ballet Without at the Mariinsky Theatre. He is involved in the Moscow State Philharmonic’s project Stars of the 21st Century. Previous engagements include concerts at the Moscow Conservatoire and the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall and appearances with the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia under Jan Latham-Koenig, the State Academic Symphony Cappella of Russia under Philipp Chizhevsky and the Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra under Terje Mikkelsen.

    Artyom Vargaftik

    Radio and TV journalist, music critic, observer at the "Radio of Russia". Born in Moscow in 1971, Mr. Vargaftik is a professional musician — he graduated the Conservatoire College and the Gnessins' Academy of music as a cellist, profiled in Performing Arts History at the Conservatoire post-graduate course.

    Twice - in 2003 and 2004 — his projects were awarded by the National TV Academy prize — TEFI.

    As a concert presenter and music lecturer Mr. Vargaftik is touch with leading Philharmonic societies of Russia: Moscow, St. Petersburg, Ekaterinburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Perm, Novosibirsk and many others.

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