Citizens of St. Petersburg are invited to listen to symphonic classics from different eras

19 March 2021

This Sunday the St. Petersburg State Academic Symphony Orchestra will perform in the Northern Capital. The program includes works by Sergei Prokofiev, Johannes Brahms and Dmitry Kabalevsky.

On March 21, at 4 pm, the St. Petersburg State Academic Symphony Orchestra will perform at the Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace.

The program will be opened by Russian music of the 20th century. Concert for violin and orchestra will be performed - one of the best works by Dmitry Kabalevsky, heir to the Russian school of composition. And also "Pushkin Waltzes" by Sergei Prokofiev, written for the 150th anniversary of the poet's birth.

On March 21, at 4 pm, the St. Petersburg State Academic Symphony Orchestra will perform at the Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace.

The program will be opened by Russian music of the 20th century. Concert for violin and orchestra will be performed - one of the best works by Dmitry Kabalevsky, heir to the Russian school of composition. And also "Pushkin Waltzes" by Sergei Prokofiev, written for the 150th anniversary of the poet's birth.

In the second part, the St. Petersburg State Academic Symphony Orchestra will present the music of Johannes Brahms, the most "classic" among romantics, the successor of the traditions of the great German masters from Bach to Schumann. The third symphony marked the 50th anniversary of the composer, and its third movement, the famous Allegretto, has become one of the most famous works by Brahms, according to the press service of the committee for culture.

Conductor - Alexander Titov, solo winner of international competitions, representative of the St. Petersburg violin school, accompanist of the St. Petersburg State Academic Symphony Orchestra Semyon Klimashevsky.

Tickets can be purchased on the official website of the Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace. Attendance at the event is possible only if you have respiratory protective equipment (mask, respirator), as well as if there are no signs of ARVI and temperatures above 37C.