Boris Berezovsky (Moscow, 1969) will perform next 20 in March National Auditorium, in which it will be the third concert of the Ciclo Goldberg. Berezovsky recovered for a regular bit format Auditorium, as soloist and director piano, with the Symphony State Orchestra of Russia "Evgeny Svetlanov". Virtuosity entitled UNLIMITED, three concerts will be interpreted for piano, P. I. Tchaikovsky , S. Prokofiev y D. Shostakovich.

This will be the third of five concerts novel with great performers of the international scene is bringing the cycle to the Madrid scenario. Denis Matsuev, titan perform on the piano 10 May and talented young pianist Alexander Malofeev close the cycle the 20 of May.

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20 of March 2020

19:30 HS

Virtuosity UNLIMITED

Boris Berezovsky, piano and director

State Symphony Orchestra of Russia "Evgeny Svetlanov"

  1. I. Tchaikovsky

Piano Concerto No. 2 in G major Op. 4

  1. Prokofiev

Piano Concerto No. 1 in E flat major Op.10 re

  1. Shostakovich Piano Concerto No. 2 and fa mayor Op.102

(1906-1975)

Boris Berezovsky He born in Moscow in 1969, He studied at the Conservatory of Music of his city and, before 20 years, in 1988, after its presentation at the Wigmore Hall in London, The Times termed it as "exceptional promise, a pianist of dazzling virtuosity and formidable power ". Two years later he won the Gold Medal at the International Competition in Moscow Chaikowsky, all predictions came true. He was born a world star of the piano.

His pianistic career thirty years have not only confirmed Berezovsky as "the most authentic Russian pianist movement", an artist claimed by the most prestigious orchestras and conductors and acclaimed in the most important rooms in the world. From the Concertgebouw to the New York Philharmonic, the Orchester National de France, Berlin Philharmonic, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Munich Philharmonic, the Symphony Orchestra of Denmark, Dresden Symphony Orchestra, Orquesta the Staatskapelle Dresden, the, Mariinsky Theater Orchestra, just to mention some of the dozens of orchestras with which he has performed over the years and with directors as prestigious as Antonio Pappano, Yuri Temirkanov, Alexander Vedernikov, Leif Segsertam, Dmitri Kitaenko, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Leonard Slatkin, Dimitri Liss o Kurt Masur.

His presentation as a soloist in recitals is constant, to equal their presence at major festivals pianísticos of the world as the Gstaad Festival, La Roque d’Anthéron, Verbier, BERGAMO, Brescia Salzburg.

It is remarkable to emphasize his passion for chamber music and his collaboration with some of the most renowned musicians as Vadim Repin, Brigitte Engerer, Dmitri Makhtin, Julian Rachlin, Alejandro Gindin, Michael Collins, Henri Demarquette, Alejandro Melnikov, Alexander Borodin Kniazev or quartets, Britten, Endellion y Takacs. In this field of chamber music he has maintained a strong partnership for many years with Brigitte Engerer, both recordings and scenarios.

Its activity in recordings has been very special. Registration of the complete Beethoven concertos, with the Swedish Chamber Orchestra and the direction of Thomas Dausgaard, It has been met with rave reviews. For the label Teldec has made a considerable number of recordings dedicated to works by Chopin, Schumann, Rachmaninov, Músorgski, Balakirev, Medtner, Franz Liszt Ravel o. Along with Dmitri Majtin, Aleksandr Kniazev and recorded a DVD with works for piano, violin and cello, Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov and Warner Classics International, also recorded works by Shostakovich and Rachmaninov.

These record works have been widely recognized and rewarded with awards such as the Choc de la Musique in France, Gramophone in England, Echo Classic 2005 in Germany, the Diapason d'Or and RTL d'Or. In 2006 Berezovsky, won the German Record Critics and the BBC Music Magazine Awards. The gramophone record label describes it as “the most authentic of the great Russian pianists”.

There is anecdotal highlight its versatility and interpretive note that it is a brilliant interpreter of jazz. And it is usual to present with his jazz trio in theaters and clubs in your country. Recently one of these jazz sessions was presented on television and offered an impressive interpretation of the piano version of the song "Mack the Knife".

In 2014 He was named Artistic Director of the Festival “Earth music” in Moscow and St. Petersburg.

Berezovsky has a daughter, Evelyne Berezovsky -born in 1991-, who is also a pianist. Usually he lives in Brussels.

RUSSIAN STATE ORCHESTRA “EVGENY SVETLANOV”

In 2016, State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia “Evgeny Svetlanov”, one of the oldest symphonic orchestras of the country, held its 80 anniversary. The presentation of the State Orchestra under the baton of Alexander Gauk and Erich Kleiber took place for eight decades, he 5 October 1936, in the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory.

Over the years, the orchestra has been led by prominent musicians as Alexander Gauk (1936-1941),NatanRakhlin (1941-1945), Konstantin Ivanov (1946-1965) and EvgenySvetlanov (1965-2000).

He 27 October 2005, Academic Symphony Orchestra of the State received the official name of E. F. Svetlanov. From 2000 a 2002, the orchestra was led by VasilySinaisky, and 2002 a 2011 por Mark Gorenstein.

He 24 October 2011, Vladimir Jurowski, world-renowned director collaborates with many opera companies and orchestras large, He was appointed Artistic Director of the State Orchestra. Since the season 2016/2017 Vasily Petrenko is the principal guest conductor of the orchestra.

The orchestra has performed in such prestigious venues of the Russian Federation as the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, el Teatro Bolshoy, the Hall of Pillars of the House of Unions, the State Kremlin Palace (Moscow), and in internationally renowned venues like Carnegie Hall (NY) , el Kennedy Center (Washington, DC), Musikverein (Vienna), Royal Albert Hall (London), the Salle Pleyel (Paris), Colon Theatre (Buenos Aires) and Suntory Hall (Tokio). In 2013, the orchestra performed for the first time in Moscow's Red Square.

Throughout its history it has been directed, as guest conductors, por H.Abendroth,E.Ansermet, L.Blech, N.Golovanov, A.Jansone, O.Klemperer, K.Kondrashin, L.Maazel, N.Malko, I.Markevitch, E.Mravinsky, C. Munch, M.Rostropovich,G.Rozhdestvensky,K.Sanderling,S.Sondeckis,I.Stravinski,A.Boreiko, C.Dutoit, V.Gergiev, M.Jurowski, A.Lazarev, I.Marin, K.Masur, A.Sladkovsky, L.Slatkin, Y.Temirkanov, A.Vedernikov, among others.

Some of the most prominent soloists who have performed with the orchestra are the singers I.Arkhipova, M.Caballe, D.Hvorostovsky, S.Lemeshev, E.Obraztsova, G.Vishnevskaya, P. Sunday, M.Guleghina y J.Kaufmann; pianists V. Cliburn, E.Gilels, H.Neuhaus, N.Petrov, S.Richter, M.Yudina, V.Afanassiev, B.Berezovsky, E.Kissin, N.Lugansky, D.Matsuev, G.Sokolov,D. Alieva, A.Garifullina, W.Meier, A.Netrebko, H.Gerzmava, A.Pendatchanska, I.Abdrazakov, D.Korchak, y V.Ladiuk, R. Pape and E. Virsaladze; pianists M. A. Hamelin, L.O.Andsnes, A.Volodin, J.Y.Thbaudet, M.Uchida y R.Buchbinder;L violinistas. Kogan, Y.Menuhin, D.Oistrakh, V.Pikayzen, G.Kremer, V.Repin, V.Spivakov, V.Tretyakov, K. Barati, L.Kavakos, P.Kopachinskaja, S.Krylov, J.Rachlin, J.Fischer, D.Hope, and N.Znaider and M.Vengerov; violist Y.Bashmet; and cellists M.Rostropovich, N.Gutman, A.Kniazev y A.Rudin.

Since its first tour abroad 1956, the orchestra represents Russian culture tours regularly throughout the mundo.Sus have succeeded by Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Mexico, New Zealand, Poland, South Korea, Switzerland, Thailand, U.S, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Germany, Spain, Turkey, China and many other countries.

His discography includes hundreds of LPs and CDs released by major Russian and foreign labels such as Melodiya, Bomba-Piter, Delos, EMI Classics, BMG, German Grammophon, Naxos, Chandos, Music production Dabringhausund Grimm, Toccata Classics, Fancymusic.

One of the most important recordings in his discography is the Anthology of Russian Symphony Music spanning audio recordings of Russian composers from M.Glinka to I.Stravinsky with EvgenySvetlanov as director.

In the last years, the orchestra has performed at the Festival Grafenegg (Austria), Kissinger Sommer one Bad Kissingen (Germany), Art Festival Hong Kong, the festival “another space”, “Opera Live” and XIII Moscow International Film Festival “Guitar Virtuosi”. Denis Matsuev VII International Festival in Perm, IV International Art Festival Tchaikovsky in Klin.

The orchestra has performed world premieres of works by A.Vustin, S.Goss, E.Podgaits, S.Slonimskiy, A.Nikolaev, J.Sherling and Russian premieres of works by J.Adams, L. Beethoven – G.Mahler , D. Kurtag, V.Silvestrov, R.Schedrin, J.Tavener, A.Skryabin – A.Nemtin, C.Orff, G.Gladkov, V.Tarnopolskiy, K.Stockhausen.

further, He participated in the XV International Tchaikovsky Competition, the I and II International Competition for young pianists Contest Grand Piano, He presented six annual cycles of educational concerts “Stories orchestra”.

Since January 2016, the orchestra has been working on a special project aimed at supporting the composition, which involves a close collaboration with the modern Russian authors, Aleksander Vustin is the first composer in residence with the orchestra.

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