The National Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Bashkortostan performed with great success at the Moscow State Academic Philharmonic Society. The concert was attended by the Bashinform News Agency observer Leila Aralbaeva.
The concert on the famous stage of the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall became historic for the Ufa collective. For the first time in its 29-year history, the orchestra presented a solo program of the most complex compositions at the Moscow stage. As part of the "Masterpieces of Russian Symphonic Music. Orchestras of Russia" concerts, musicians performed "Symphonic Dances" and "Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini" for piano and orchestra by Sergei Rachmaninov and "Spanish Capriccio" by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.
Shortly before the concert, the pandemic regime was relaxed in Moscow, which allowed a larger number of spectators to be present in the hall. The Moscow listeners warmly welcomed the musicians and gave them a long, standing ovation.
The collective from Bashkiria was highly appreciated by the music critic, editor-in-chief of the "Musical Life" magazine, professor of the Moscow Conservatory Evgenia Krivitskaya.
The Moscow pianist, the winner of the XV International P.I. Tchaikovsky Contest Dmitry Masleev, soloed with the State Orchestra of Bashkortostan.
After the concert, flowers were brought to the stage on behalf of the Head of the Republic of Bashkortostan Radiy Khabirov, with whose support the orchestra traveled to Moscow. The Orchestra General Director, Honored Artist of the Republic of Bashkortostan Artur Naziullin, was also pleased with the team performance in Moscow. Summing up, he noted that the concert could become the foundation for future great successes.