Recent tour

In October 2012 the orchestra took part in the annual festival on the island of Usedom (Germany, Poland), performed three concerts in the cities Peenemünde, Swinemunde, Wolgast.

Programs commissioned by the Artistic director of the festival Thomas Hummel were composed as follows: according to the columnist of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Peenemünde («in a place of horror, place of departure, a mined piece of land on the edge of paradise, establishment of testing of Nazi Army”) — Tchaikovsky — ode «To Joy», Beethoven — Ninth Symphony;

Swinemunde: Tchaikovsky — Elegy for Strings, Schnitke — Concerto for Piano and String Orchestra (soloist Andrey Khoteev), Tchaikovsky — Serenade for Strings;

Wolgast: Prokofiev — Classical Symphony, Tchaikovsky — Variations on a Rococo Theme for cello and orchestra (soloist Alexander Buzlov), Glinka — Waltz Fantasy, Tchaikovsky — «Mozartiana.» Conducted by Thomas Zanderling.

There is a tradition in Germany, on the New Year eve Beethoven's Ninth Symphony is broadcasted on the radio — this year it will be the Ninth Symphony performed by Novosibirsk orchestra, Rundfunkchor Berlin, NDR Chor — Berlin Choir and Choir of Radio of the Northern Germany — and German soloists Maria Bulgakov (soprano), Marina Prudenskaya (mezzo-soprano), Steve Davislim (tenor), Dmitry Ivashchenko (bass).

Then the tour continued under the direction of maestro Rinkevicius: Vilnius (Lithuania, the Concert Hall of the Palace of Congresses — Lithuanian State Symphony Orchestra conducted by Maestro is a resident here), Tartu, Jõhvi (Estonia), St. Petersburg (Grand Philharmonic Hall), Moscow (Concert Hall named after Tchaikovsky). The Third symphony by Rachmaninoff was performed everywhere, Rhapsody on Paganini Theme for Piano and Orchestra (soloist Geniušas Lucas) — everywhere, except in Moscow, and in Moscow – the First Piano Concerto by Grieg (soloist Andrey Diev). In Vilnius and Moscow the piano concerts were preceded by Grieg’s First Suite from «Peer Gynt», in other cities — Vocalize by Rachmaninoff.

The performance in the Concert Hall named after Tchaikovsky was broadcasted on-line, it can be heard on the site of Moscow State Philharmonic Society «».

At the site «St. Petersburg Veche» in the section «Cultural News» — «Philharmonic Petersburg in october» — it was stated about the concert in the Big Hall of St. Petersburg Philharmonics: «St. Petersburg citizens will remember for a long time Rachmaninov performed by Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Gintaras Rinkevicius: musicians from Novosibirsk confirmed their highest reputation, earned in years when a team was led by maestro Arnold Kats.»

Tatyana Shindina

Tour 2014, Spain

On 24 February Novosibirsk philharmonic orchestra is going on a tour over Spain. The first concert will take place on 25 February, the final one- 1 March. The orchestra will have 4 concerts. In this tough schedule the orchestra will perform in the cities of Oviedo, Madrid, Murcia, Logrono correspondingly.

Cesar Alvares (Spain) will be conducting the orchestra on 25 and 26 February, and the concerts on 27 February and 1 March will be performed under Gintaras Rinkevicius, the artistic director and principal conductor of the orchestra.

Soloists: Ekaterina Mechetina (25, 26 February, 1 March) and Denis Matsuev (26 February). The programs of the concerts will include: Tchaikovsky – Symphonies №5 and 6, ouvertures “Romeo and Juliet” and “Francesca da Rimini”; Rakhmaninov – Piano concerts № 2 and №3. Ekaterina Mechetina will perform both concerts, Denis Matsuev will perform the Third concert (Madrid, Auditorio Nacional).

The tour is organized by the Spanish company Goldberg Ediciones S.L.

Tatyana Shindina

Tour over Italy

9–11 September 2015.
Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra made a 60th anniversary tour to Italy – three concerts under the leadership of Gintaras Rinkevicius, artistic director and principal conductor of the orchestra.

On 9 and 10 September the concerts were held in Torino at Auditorium Giovanni Agnelli. The main concert venue of the city is located in a reconstructed unit of “Fiat” car factory and is named after the company’s head. The venue was designed by one of the pioneers of hi-tech style, the co-author of the Paris Georges Pompidou center, the legendary architect Renzo Piano. It was opened in 1994 by the concert of Berliner Philharmoniker with Claudio Abbado as a conductor. The venue’s capacity is 1900 seats.

On 9 September Novosibirsk philharmonic orchestra performed the Third and the Fifth Beethoven’s symphonies at this venue, on 10 September the audience could hear Tchaikovsky: concert for violin D-dur and Symphony №6. Soloist- Itamar Zorman, the winner of the XIV Tchaikovsky international contest (2011).

The same program was also played on 11 September at the oldest venue of Verona- Teatro Filarmonico. The theater was opened in 1732; today it is one of the leading European venues.

Several European tours of Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra are planned in the second half of the season. The whole season is marked by the 60th anniversary of the orchestra.

Tour 2016 Spain, Germany, Austria, St. Petersburg (Mariinsky Theater)

Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra made a big concert tour from 29 February till 11 March 2011: Spain (Alicante, Zaragoza, Murcia, Madrid), Germany (Aahen, Dusseldorf), Austria (Vienna) and Saint-Petersburg (Mariinsky theatre).

The tour was dedicated to the 60th jubilee of the orchestra.
Maestro Sanderling was the conductor for the European part of the tour, and Maestro Rinkevicius – in Saint-Petersburg.

The following programs were performed in Spain: Tchaikovsky Symphony №4, Schostakovich Symphony №5, Concerts for violin and orchestra by Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Schostakovich. The soloists- Alena Baeva and Leticia Moreno.

The programs for Germany and Austria: Tchaikovsky Symphony №6 and The second piano concerto by Rakhmaninov. The soloist – Valentina Lisitsa.
The concerts in Germany and Austria were opened with the ouverture to the Glinka’s opera “Ruslan and Lyudmila”.

The program in Saint-Petersburg was held in the frames of the III International Trans-Siberian Art festival – it preceded its opening in Novosibirsk and consisted of the ouverture to Weber’s opera “Oberon”, First concert by Venyavsky for violin and orchestra and the Fourth symphony by Tchaikovsky.
The soloist- Mone Hattori.


Кинотеатр "Победа"
Медицинский центр «Блеск»
Группа компаний "Новоконстрой"
Чашка кофе
Балкан гриль
Московская биржа
Favorit cheese
Рестораны Дениса Иванова-1
Amour (цветочный магазин)
Прима линия
Хилтон Новосибирск
Клиника Елены Соловьёвой
Communications advertising group
AZIMUT Отель Сибирь
Аэродром «Мочище»
ОАО «Синар»
Альянс Франсез
ООО «ЗапСибИнтернешнл»
Ресторанный комплекс Bierhof
ООО «Байт»
Компания «Дизайнмастер»
Ресторация Город N
Реклама онлайн

Media Partners

Музыкальное обозрение
Музыкальный журнал
Музыкальная жизнь
Музыкальный клондайк
Ретро фм
Академия новостей
Афиша Новосибирска
Ведомости Законодательного Собрания Новосибирской области
СТИЛЬ журнал
Новая Сибирь
Статус журнал
Аргументы и факты