The next event of the Orchestra Formula concert cycle will take place on November 26; it will be as diverse as possible. As conceived by the author of the programme Pavel Studennikov, concertmaster of the woodwind band of the Hvorostovsky Krasnoyarsk Opera and Ballet Theatre, the concert will unite various names, eras, and instruments.
The concert will open with a fragment of the cantata No. 156 composed by the music patriarch Johann Sebastian Bach, and end with a sextet of the 20th century genius Sergei Prokofiev. The audience will hear a series of works by the great authors: Vivaldi, Handel, Mozart, and the ones little known but still interesting: Nicolas Bochsa, Charles de Bériot, Bartolomeo Campagnoli, Giovanni Bottesini. The spectators will hear not only the music of Italy, France, Germany, but also the British Ian Clarke, the Hungarian Ferenc Farkas, the American of Russian origin Arthur Lourié, the Soviet composer Aram Khachaturian.
Combinations of music instruments will also be very diverse: Bach arranged for cello and harp, Mozart - for flute and violin, Georges Bizet's minuet for flute, harp and ensemble, Aram Khachaturian's trio for violin, clarinet and piano... The highlight of the concert will be the gossamer Summer Day in the Mountains by the Frenchman Eugène Bozza and a slightly mocking trombone quartet (with tuba!) by the British Derek Bourgeois. Both composers represent the music art of the 20th century.
Such a variety of eras and styles will let the orchestra musicians of the Krasnoyarsk Opera and Ballet Theatre present their skills to the guests as vividly as possible.