From 9 to 13 March 2021, the orchestra and other ensembles and interpreters will engage in dialogues about Myaskovsky at the Sverdlovsk Philharmonic in Yekaterinburg. The concerts of the Myaskovsky festival will focus on time, on his artist friend Prokofiev, and on fate. This is the first comprehensive portrait of the composer who was considered by his contemporaries to be the "artistic conscience of music" and who was first supported and then dropped by the Soviet regime.more
Myaskovsky in Dialogue
Nikolai Myaskovsky was one of the most controversial musical figures of the Soviet Union. The Ural Philharmonic Orchestra, directed by Dmitry Liss, is now helping to shape a festival with his music.
Intelligent programmes: We look forward to exchanging ideas.
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