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    Novaya Rossiya State Symphony Orchestra

    Novaya Rossiya State Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1990 by decree of the Russian Government. In 2002, Yuri Bashmet became the orchestra's Artistic Director and Principal Conductor, opening a new page in the ensemble's history. 

    The orchestra has collaborated with renowned conductors and soloists, including Valery Gergiev, Tan Dun, Alexander Lazarev, Teodor Currentzis, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Andres Mustonen, Maxim Vengerov, Jean-Luc Ponty, Barry Douglas, Peter Donohoe, Denis Matsuev, Elisabeth Leonskaja, Boris Berezovsky, Viktor Tretiakov, Gidon Kremer, Vadim Repin, Anne-Sophie Mutter and Sergey Krylov, Kristóf Baráti, Viktoria Mullova, Natalia Gutman, David Geringas, Alexander Knyazev, James Galway, Deborah Voigt, Anna Netrebko, Laura Kleikomb, Plácido Domingo, Montserrat Caballé, Anna Caterina Antonacci, Patricia Cioffi, Elīna Garanča and ballet dancers Ulyana Lopatkina, Nikolai Tsiskaridze and Ilze Liepa as well as actors Konstantin Khabensky and Sergei Bezrukov.

    Since 2002, the orchestra has given over 1000 concerts in Russia and abroad. Russian performances have taken place in Moscow and St. Petersburg, cities and towns of the Volga region and the Golden Ring, of the Urals and Siberia, while international tours have brought the musicians to countries like Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Poland, Republic of Korea, Spain, Switzerland, UK, Baltic and Nordic countries, and many others. 

    The orchestra's repertoire combines classical and contemporary music of various styles and genres. It has premiered works by Gian Carlo Menotti, Edison Denisov, Mikael Tariverdiev, Sofia Gubaidulina, Giya Kancheli, Alexander Tchaikovsky, Tan Dun, Jean-Luc Ponty, Toru Takemitsu, Igor Raichelson, Emil Tabakov, Alexander Baltin, Vladimir Komarov, Boris Frankstein, Georgy Buzogly, Kuzma Bodrov and Alexey Sumak. 

    The orchestra regularly appears at Yuri Bashmet's Winter International Arts Festival in Sochi and at international festivals in Yaroslavl, Rostov-on-Don and Minsk. It has taken part in the Mstislav Rostropovich Festival, Moscow Easter Festival, Guitar Virtuosi and Vivacello Festivals. The orchestra's discography includes works by Mozart, Beethoven, Weber, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, and Alexander Tchaikovsky. 

    In March 2007, the orchestra received a grant from the Government of the Russian Federation, followed by the Grant of the President of the Russian Federation in 2010. In 2014, Novaya Rossiya was involved in preparing and running the cultural programme of the 22th Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. 

    In the 2021/22 season, the orchestra presents subscription concert cycles at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall and the Rachmaninov Concert Hall (Philharmonia-2) in Moscow, some of which will focus on young audiences. Conductors Alexander Sladkovsky, Igor Razumovsky, Denis Vlasenko and soloists Alena Baeva, Gaik Kazazian, Viviane Hagner, Zlatomir Fang, Boris Berezovsky, Dmitry Masleyev, Olga Seliverstova, Yaroslav Abaimov and many others will appear alongside the orchestra throughout the season.

    Andrea Molino

    Andrea Molino, composer and conductor, was born in Turin and studied in Turin, Milan, Venice, Paris and Freiburg. He lives in Paris and Zurich.

    With the Pocket Opera Company Nuremberg in Nuremberg he realized the smiling carcass (1999) and Those Who Speak In A Faint Voice (2001), about the death penalty (both in collaboration with Oliviero Toscani), first examples of his commitment to innovative, multimedia-oriented music theatre.

    From 2000 to 2006 Andrea Molino was Artistic Director of Fabrica Musica. His multimedia music theatre CREDO, on ethnic and religious conflicts, was premiered in April 2004 at the Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe and then performed at the Stazione Termini in Rome with the Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino for the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates. In 2005 it opened the Queensland Music Festival in Brisbane, Australia. WINNERS, on “winners and losers”, was premiered in 2006 at the Brisbane Festival; the European Premiere followed at the Grande Salle of the Centre Pompidou in Paris.

    His multimedia staged concert un Temps vécu, ou qui pourrait l'être was premiered in 2008 at Le Fresnoy, in Lille, where he was “Invited Artist”. In 2009, as Artistic Director of the World Venice Forum, he curated the Festival The Garden of Forking Paths. At the Basilica dei Frari he conducted the Orchestra della Fenice in his multimedia concert Of Flowers And Flames. Three Mile Island was first performed in 2012 at the ZKM in Karlsruhe (Music Theatre Now Award 2013); the Italian Premiere followed at the Teatro India in Rome. His most recent opera, – there is no why here –, was premiered at the Teatro Comunale di Bologna in 2014 and revived in May 2015 in Antwerp at deSingel for the Vlaamse Opera (Opera XXI Festival).

    Recent projects as a conductor include Berg's Wozzeck directed by William Kentridge and Shostakovich's The Nose directed by Barrie Kosky at the Sydney Opera House for Opera Australia, Szymanowski's Kròl Roger at the Royal Swedish Opera in Stockholm, a Mahler/Messiaen/Strauss program at the Hamer Hall in Melbourne with Thomas Hampson and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Carmen at the Théâtre du Capitole in Toulouse. For Opera Australia he had previously conducted Król Roger (directed by Kasper Holten, Green Room Award 2018), Carmen, Tosca and La Bohème (2015 New Year's Eve Gala at the Sydney Opera House), A Masked Ball (directed by Alex Ollé – La Fura dels Baus) and Macbeth among others. He opened the 2010 concert season of the Teatro La Fenice in Venice with the world premiere of Maderna’s Requiem; in Venice, he had previously opened the Music Biennale 2005 with Goebbels’ Surrogate Cities and conducted the world premiere productions of Mosca’s Signor Goldoni and Ambrosini's Il Killer di Parole.

    He conducted the Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, the Brussels Philharmonic, the Bochumer Symphoniker, the Badische Staatskapelle Karlsruhe, the Dresdner Sinfoniker (with the project aghet, dedicated to the Armenian genocide, among others), the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, the BBC SSO Glasgow, the Royal Swedish Orchestra, the Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse, at the Vienna Konzerthaus, Berliner Festspiele in the Philharmonie in Berlin, Beijing Opera House, Sydney Festival, Queensland Music Festival, Brisbane Festival, Teatro Comunale in Bologna, Teatro dell'Opera in Rome, Opéra de Nancy, Staatstheater Darmstadt, RomaEuropa Festival, Schauspielhaus Zurich, Musik der Jahrhunderte Stuttgart, Zagreb Biennale, Hellerau Dresden.

    His recordings are published on CD and DVD by Stradivarius (Milan), ECM (Munich), Naïve (Paris) and ABC Classics (Sydney), among others. His compositions are published by RAI Trade, Nuova Stradivarius and Ricordi (Milan).

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