The National Orchestra of Folk Instruments of the Republic of Bashkortostan will present their own reading of the heritage of Pyotr Tchaikovsky and Antonio Vivaldi on the stage of the Bashkir State Philharmonic in Ufa.
For the first time in Ufa, "The Seasons" will be performed by Bashkir folk instruments, the press service of the institution reported.
The tetralogy of Antonio Vivaldi is the most famous work of the great Venetian, created in 1723. Each concert corresponds to one season, divided into three parts dedicated to three months of each season. The very name of Vivaldi in our time sounds almost synonymous with the name of these four concerts.
The piano cycle of the same name by Pyotr Tchaikovsky in 1876 is not just a collection of bright pieces. This is a real personal diary of the composer, where he wrote down all the memorable and dear episodes for him, amazing pictures of nature. Pyotr Ilyich built his "Seasons" strictly according to the calendar.
The kyl-kubyz solo will be performed by Alisa Yakshidavletova, with instrumentation by Svetlana Grebenkina. The author of the idea and conductor is the laureate of international competitions Rinat Mukhametzyanov. The art director - Honored Artist of Bashkortostan Linar Davletbaev.
Author: Rozalia Valeeva