November 24, 2011

Concert of the orchestra MusicAeterna led by Teodor Currentzis

On Thursday, November 24, there was the seventh concert of Teodor Currentzis and the orchestra MusicAeterna on stage of Perm Opera and Ballet Theatre. Musicians performed works of two great Russian composers: violin concerto #1 by Dmitry Shostakovich and symphony #5 by Sergey Prokofiev. The solo in the first half was played by the first violin of the orchestra Andrey Baranov. Photo by Anton Zavialov
November 20, 2011

Concert-presentation of the chorus MusicAeterna

Artistic director of Perm Opera, conductor Teodor Currentzis and chorus master Vitaly Polonsky introduced the first solo concert of chamber chorus MusicAeterna - the new group of artists of Perm Opera and Ballet Theatre. The artistic presentation of the chorus was held on the 20th of November in the Organ Hall of Perm Krai Philharmonia with the participation of the orchestra MusicAeterna. The chorus is going to place the highest focus on the Renaissance and Baroque music and also on the scores of XX-XXI centuries. Photo by Anton Zavialov
November 13, 2011

Graphic design of the new building of Perm Opera and Ballet Theatre

Graphic design of the new building of Perm Opera and Ballet Theatre. Author of the design - David Chipperfield Architects. Construction completion date is November 2015.
November 06, 2011

Rehearsal of four one-act ballets "Towards Diaghilev"

"Towards Diaghilev" embraces four one-act ballets with the timeless scores of Tchaikovsky, Hindemith, Stravinsky and Prokofiev. Two of these ballets, Balanchine's ballets, have never been staged in Russia before. The other two are fresh works of the ballet master of Perm theatre Aleksey Miroshnichenko. Photo by Anton Zavialov
November 01, 2011

Symphony concert "Three Tchaikovskys"

The principle conductor of Perm Opera Valery Platonov and Big Symphony Orchestra of the theatre performed the programme "Three Tchaikovskys", devoted to three composers, Pyotr, Boris and Alexander, having the same surname and representing three centuries of the Russian music. Photo by Anton Zavialov
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