On March 4 in the Krasnoyarsk opera the theatrical drawing room "Hour of the autograph" will open the doors. It is the new project of theater which will allow to acquaint the audience with soloists of the opera, will give the chance to communicate to them in a chamber situation, to recognize them absolutely on the other hand, to get the autograph and, of course, to hear the known and rare pieces of music in their execution by all.
The theatre drawing room will be opened by a concert of the artistic director of opera troupe of theatre of the people’s actress of Russia Larisa Marzoyeva. Performed by the singer arias, romances and songs of the famous authors will be heard. "Opening of the theatre drawing room is the good idea, besides it is an additional opportunity to provide the creativity and to communicate to public. Besides actors weren't limited to any subject, and we can perform everything that we want, – Larisa Marzoyeva says. – I hope, our new project will get a response from fans of opera and chamber genre. I want to wish good luck and creative inspiration to all participants of theatre drawing room".
On March 5 at "Hour of the autograph" invites Roman Hobta. The soloist of the opera will provide to public the vocal poem "St. Petersburg" of Georgy Sviridov on verses Alexander Blok.
"The task of the theatre drawing room – to provide opera theatre from absolutely new, unusual party. And our new platform – a good opportunity for this purpose, – Roman Hobta tells. – I think, fans of romance music will estimate a cycle from nine works, Blok's verses written 100 years ago based on tragic events sound urgent also today. Alexander Blok is not only poetry, it is the Russian philosophy! And in Sviridov's music I see reflection of all tragic events of the Russian history of the last century. The composer created when about much it was necessary to be silent. And music became for it an opportunity to express a protest against the events in the country. It seems to me, at Georgy Sviridov's heritage there are a lot of admirers".
Sviridov wrote the vocal poem "St. Petersburg" for nearly 20 years. In 1995 it was finished especially for Dmitry Hvorostovsky and Mikhail Arkadyev's duet. Unfortunately, now this work sounds extremely seldom.
"During communication with listeners I would like to talk about the favourite chamber music of domestic composers, – the singer continues. – Next time for listeners the vocal poem on Sergey Yesenin's verses "the Sailed-away Russia" will be heard, and we will be able to continue our conversation on works of remarkable Russian poets and musicians".
Beginning of musical creative meetings at 16:00.