Because of totalitarian and dictatorial
governmental control in former Soviet Union until middle of eightieth, Russian
musicians couldn't even dream to prepare and play the Baroque Music. This is the
explanation of such enthusiasm wich combine this young at that time musicians
for make a research in library and archives, look for music, rehearse and perform
music of 16-18 centuries, wich was forbidden in USSR. Sold out concerts, radio
and CD recordings, invitations to most prestigeous Early Music festivals naturally
follow this masterly and inspired performances with painstaking selected programs.
This artists reveal a "new worlds" for general audience and create the
atmosphere of that epoch with magnificence.
The Cast: Sergey Filchenko(violin),
Alexander Gorbunov (viola), Lubov Pavlova (cello),
Alexey Ivanov (viola da gamba, Double bass), Vladimir Radchenkov (harpsichord).
Wide range of the programs include works by composers
such as BORTNYANSKY, KHANDOSHKIN, BEREZOVSKY, PAISIELLO, GALUPPI, BIBER, SCHMELZER,
MONTEVERDI, BACH, VIVALDI, PURCELL, LULLY, BUXTECHUDE, PACHELBELL, MARINI, TELEMAN
and many others.
2 December 2002
Early Music Festival in Syberia (Novosibirsk)- Italian Music of the 17th cent.
13 january 2003
Concert dedicated to 225 anniversary of Pavlovsk (St. Petersburg) - Music at the
court of Pavel I
1 february 2003
Concert at the Open Baroque festival in Tallinn (Estonia) - West meet East (with
13 february 2003
Big Philharmonic Hall (St. Petersburg)
The anknown Vivaldi (from the manuscripts collection of Mancester and Stockgolm)
20 february 2003
Zaragoza (Spain) Iglesia San Pablo - Italians in Russia
22 february 2003
Kadiz (Spain) Early Music Festival in Puerto de Santa Maria- Russian Music of
the 18th cent.
1 march 2003
Leon University big hall (Spain)- Italians in Russia.
28 May 2003
St Catherine church St Petersburg - concert dedicated to 300 anniversary of St
Petersburg - Russian Music of the 18th cent
13 Julay 2003
Festival "Bad Kissingen Music Summer" (Germany) - Music at the court
of Catherine the Grate
15 November 2003
Big Philharmonic Hall St Petersburg - J. S. Bach secular cantatas (BWV 210, 211
24 December 2003
Hermitage Theatre - John Blow,oper Venus and Adonis.