Odessa Classics: Maria Solozobova and the Haifa Symphony Orchestra
from 1.73 EUR
3 June 2021, Thu. 19:00
Odessa Regional Philharmonic
Haifa Symphony Orchestra
Benjamin Yusupov (conductor)
Maria Solozobova (violin)
Yusupov. Violin Voices. Concerto No. 2 for violin and orchestra
Saint-Saens. Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso
Brahms. Symphony No. 1 in C minor, op. 68
Concert of Benjamin Yusupov "Voices of a Violin" is dedicated to Vadim Repin and was written by order of the Trans-Siberian Art Festival - 2014, the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra of France and the Berlin Symphony Orchestra.
The concert consists of six parts:
1. Music of the Renaissance
2. Lace Irish violin
3. Indian raga
4. Music of the Gypsy Lautars
5. Jazz ripple
6. Romantic voice
Maria Solozobova is a brilliant concert performer, multiple winner of international competitions. At the age of 20 she became the winner of the international competition. Johannes Brahms in Austria. She graduated from the Gnessin School of Music, the Moscow Conservatory under Professor I. Bochkova and the Vienna Higher School of Music under Professors E. Chugaeva and M. Frishenschlager. She studied at the Higher School of Music in Zurich with the legendary professor Zakhar Bron and in the postgraduate study at the Higher School of Music in Basel with Professor Raphael Oleg.
Multiple winner of prestigious international competitions: Brahms in Austria, Tibor Varga in Switzerland, Lipitzer in Italy and many others. Performs at the most famous concert venues in the world: Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Tonhalle (Zurich), Lincoln Center (New York), Champs Elysees Theater (Paris), Berlin Philharmonic, Alte Oper (Frankfurt), Konzerthaus (Vienna). Collaborates with many famous orchestras, takes part in numerous international festivals.
Maria Solozobova plays the unique Italian violin by Nicolo Galliano (1728), kindly loaned to her for life by the Swiss company Swiss Wafers AG. Since 2015, Maria Solozobova has been living in Switzerland, where she teaches at the Graduate School of Music, University of Lausanne. Recently, he has often performed in a duet with the great pianist Martha Argerich.