Soloist of the Hvorostovsky Krasnoyarsk Opera and Ballet Theatre Davit Yesayan will introduce his solo concert on January 27. The event will take place in the concert hall of the Dmitri Hvorostovsky Siberian Institute of Arts.
The concert programme includes Russian romance songs of various epochs (for voice and piano) and arrangements for balalaika with piano accompaniment.
“Well-known music and poetic miniatures will be performed: for example, I'm Alone Again by Sergei Rachmaninov, I’d Like a Single Word by Pyotr Tchaikovsky, I Will Not Return by Boris Prozorovsky, What a Night by Vasily Wrangel, and other works by these composers, as well as contemporary ballads and folk songs. The soloist of the Bardin Russian Orchestra, Honoured Figure of Culture Vera Makarova will play the balalaika at the concert. She’ll perform the songs You the Field of Mine by Rachmaninov, Fragrant Clusters of White Acacia by Basner, I Look into the Blue Lakes by Alekseev arranged for balalaika by Alexander Shalov. Victoria Goykhman will be the concertmaster,” said Davit Yesayan.
The singer is a graduate of the Krasnoyarsk Institute of Arts, where he studied at the Faculty of Solo Singing and Opera Training - the class of People's Artist of Russia Larisa Marzoeva. He has been a teacher at the same Faculty since 2019 successfully combining teaching with a singing career at the Hvorostovsky Krasnoyarsk Opera and Ballet Theatre.
Davit Yesayan will also take part in Daniil Frenkel's opera Without a Dowry as Karandyshev on the stage of the Theatre on March 11.