The program includes music by composers: R. Wagner, G. F. Handel, K. V. Gluck, J. S. Bach, R. Schumann, R. Strauss, G. Mahler.
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1 hour (without intermission)

Production team members

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Concert program:


1. J.S. Bach – Aria from the orchestral suite №3

Performed by the orchestra


2. G.F. Handel – “Ombra mai fu” from the opera “Xerxes”

   Performed by T. Shafranska, theater orchestra

3. K.V. Gluck – “Che faro senza Euridice” from the opera “Orpheus and Eurydice”
Performed by T. Shafranska, theater orchestra

4. J.S. Bach – Part 2 of “Concerto for Two Violins and Orchestra” in D minor, BWV 1043
Performed by Alexander Anisimov and Alexander Dmitriev

5. R. Schumann – “Widmung” (“Dedication”)
Performed by N. Pavlenko

6. R. Wagner – Tristan’s monologue from the opera “Tristan and Isolde”
Performed by O. Schultz, I. Parade

7. R. Wagner – “Stehe still”, “Im Treibhaus”, “Traum” from a series of songs based on poems by Matilda Wesendonk
Performed by N. Pavlenko, I. Parade

8. R. Wagner – Aria of the Dutchman from the opera “Flying Dutchman”
Performed by V. Mityushkin, I. Parada

9. R. Strauss – “Wie du warst, wie du bist” from the opera “Knight of the Rose”
Performed by Anastasia Martyniuk, piano part by Igor Parada

10. R. Strauss – “Morgen”
Performed by N. Pavlenko

11. G. Mahler – Adagietto from Symphony G5
Performed by a theater orchestra

About event

"IMPRESSION: Germany" - the second concert in a series of musical journeys - impressions from around the world. Last month we opened the cycle with the first concert "IMPRESSION: France", introducing you to the music of French composers.

The motto of the concert "IMPRESSION: Germany", formulated by the author of the program, conductor Margarita Hrynivetska, reads: "People of extraordinary strength of spirit are capable of true tenderness." This phrase accurately describes the music of German composers - it is powerful, rich, multifaceted and ... extremely intimate.

This evening you will hear how Johann-Sebastian Bach, Richard Wagner and Richard Strauss in different eras in their works confessed their love and how powerful this feeling can be.

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