Tomorrow in Novosibirsk Trans-Siberian Art Festival opens with a concert dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the Philharmonic
The fourth Vadim Repin’s Trans-Siberian Art Festival will be opened in Novosibirsk on March 15th and will last until April 3rd. Its first concert will be dedicated to the 80th anniversary of Novosibirsk State Philharmonic, which has been a key partner of the project since the first year of its existence. The largest international forum of the country will unite 15 concerts with participation of world stars in Novosibirsk and the cities of the region. The average price of tickets for the festival in 2017 was almost twice lower than the prices of the previous festival. At the moment, tickets for most of the festival's concerts are sold out.
Bach's music in the original will be performed by an international team of musicians at the Vadim Repin’s festival
On 31st of March, Johann Sebastian Bach's "Passion for John" will be performed on the stage of Arnold Kats State Concert Hall. A story about the latest events of Christ's earthly life will be sounded by Ilia Korol, an expert in authentic performance. The international team of singers will take part in the performance. The concert will be held within the framework of Vadim Repin’s Trans-Siberian Art Festival.
The legendary conductor for the first time arrives to Novosibirsk to celebrate the anniversary at Vadim Repin’s festival
On 27th of March Vladimir Fedoseyev – legendary conductor, celebrating this year his 85th anniversary – for the first time in his career will perform in Novosibirsk. In honor of his anniversary maestro conducts a great tour, Novosibirsk will hear him one of the first cities along with cities of Japan, Austria, Hungary and Switzerland.
On 24th of March Novosibirsk will hold the performance of young Spanish cellist Pablo Ferrandez, the winner of the IV International Competition named after Tchaikovsky. Musician plays a unique instrument by Antonio Stradivari, created in 1696. Ferrandez’ performance will be the part of the program of the Fourth Vadim Repin’s Trans-Siberian Art Festival.
Opera singer, played with Placido Domingo in film-opera "Rigoletto" will perform in Novosibirsk without fee
On 3rd of March at 19.00 Julia Novikova, the star of world opera soprano, will perform in the Charity Gala Concert "Dedication to Conservatory". In 2010, Julia took part in the live television broadcast of "Rigoletto" from Mantua, carried by 138 countries, with Placido Domingo. In Novosibirsk the singer will perform without a fee.
On 7th of February Novosibirsk Philharmonic hosted a seminar for young art managers within the framework of cultural and educational project TONALi-Tour-Trans-Siberian. The project is included in the program of the Fourth Vadim Repin’s Trans-Siberian Art Festival and will end on 1st of April in the concert "Children for Children" in Arnold Kats State Concert Hall.
Vadim Repin’s Fourth Trans-Siberian Art Festival will be held in Novosibirsk for the fourth time from 15th of March to 3rd of April. In 2017 the festival will be dedicated to the 80th anniversary of Novosibirsk region. Some concerts are also devoted to the 80th anniversary of Novosibirsk State Philharmonic Society and the 60th anniversary of Novosibirsk State Conservatory. At the moment the sales of tickets for the festival program reached 60% - this is the highest percentage of implementation yet a month before in the history of Trans-Siberian Art Festival.
Leonidas Kavakos, one of the best violinists in the world, has agreed to perform at the closing of Trans-Siberian Art Festival in Novosibirsk
On 25th of January it became known that Leonidas Kavakos - one of the most demanded violinists in the world, gave his agreement to perform at the concert-closing of Trans-Siberian Art Festival in Novosibirsk. Due to the high busyness of the musician’s schedule the closing of the festival is postponed from 2nd to 3rd of April. Vadim Repin – an outstanding violinist born in Novosibirsk, artistic director of the festival – will also participate in the program. Both musicians will play instruments of Antonio Stradivari.