VI International open art festival “Victory Day is dedicated …”
May 7, 2018 in the Great Hall of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory starts the VI International Open Art Festival “Victory Day is dedicated …”.
According to the artistic director of the festival, Professor Alexander Solovyov, the idea of the project arose “from the need to comprehend the theme of the Great Patriotic War through existing works of art in various genres.
The motto “Dedicated to the Victory Day …” in 2018 – “There are no such peaks in the world that can not be taken” – a line from the poetic heritage of Vladimir Vysotsky, whose anniversary will be specially marked in the programs of the festival. “
The resonance and authority of the festival grows every year, and in 2017 he was awarded the Russian Defense Ministry’s award in the field of culture and art as a winner in the nomination “Cultural and Educational Projects”. VI International Open Arts Festival “Victory Day is dedicated …” will be held with the support of the Ministry of Culture of Russia.
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At the opening of the festival a seminal work will be performed – The Seventh Leningrad Symphony by Dmitry Shostakovich performed by the State Symphony Academic Capella of Russia under the guidance of the People’s Artist of Russia Valery Polyansky.
“The seventh symphony is often called the Victory Symphony, but I do not think it that way. Rather it is a symphony of struggle or a symphony of hope. Let’s remember, 1941 was coming, the most difficult time was the beginning of the war. People thought and dreamed of victory, but everything went through overcoming the misfortunes that struck our country.
I am happy and happy that I was entrusted to open the festival “The Victory Day is dedicated …”, and I have the opportunity to once again touch this great symphony. Every time, conducting it, I discover something new for myself,
– said the maestro Polyansky.
The project “The Ballad of the Unknown Soldier”, scheduled for May 8 in the Rachmaninov Hall, will be a tribute to the memory of the outstanding graduate of the Moscow Conservatory, who has been working in Tula for almost half a century, – People’s Artist of the Russian Federation IA Mikhailovsky, during the war years as a pilot instructor and commander.
The concert will be attended by young musicians – the senior choir of MGMMSH named after. SS Prokofiev, the choir of the Center for Talented Children of the Tula Region “Talent Workshop” and pupils of the Tula Suvorov Military School.
On this day, the Moscow Chamber Orchestra “The Four Seasons” directed by Vladislav Bulakhov will also appear on the stage.
On May 9, in the Small Hall of the Conservatory, the program “The Roads of Vysotsky” starts, on this day for the first time in the Moscow Conservatory will sound the songs of Vladimir Vysotsky about the war, about love, friendship and fidelity, as well as new arrangements of such hits as “Song of a Friend”, ” Ballad of Time “,” The Ballad of Struggle “and” The Song of Mary “.
The actor and director of Vysotsky’s House in Taganka Nikita Vysotsky, jazz singer Christina Aglink and actor Peter Tataritsky, winner of the Moscow Prize, will perform at the concert with the Chamber Choir of the Moscow Conservatory.
The program “I Love You Life!”, Which included popular songs of the war years, will be held on May 10 in the Great Hall of the Conservatory and prepared on the initiative of the leader of the Academic Bolshoi Concert Orchestra named after Yu. V. Silantyev, Alexander Klevitsky. Traditionally, the army’s creative teams will take part in the May concerts timed to the Victory Day.
In 2018 they will perform at the closing of the festival on May 20 in the Great Hall of the Conservatory. Among the participants are the Academic Song and Dance Ensemble of the Russian Army named after A.V. Aleksandrov (the head of the ensemble is the art director, Colonel Gennady Sachenyuk) and the ensembles of the V.M. Khalilov (under the direction of Honored Artist of Russia Alexander Gerasimov).
The artistic director of the festival is laureate of the award of the Ministry of Defense of Russia, laureate of the Moscow Government Prize, Professor Alexander Solovyov.
Ministry of Culture of Russian Federation