Next Festival
16—26 February 2023
Alexey Botvinov - president of the festival
Olena Zazulia - director of the festival
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ODESSA CLASSICS 2023 PROGRAM


9th International Music Festival
Odessa Classics 2023



16 February, 19:30
Kirche St. Peter, Zürich

     

Janusz Wawrowski (violin)
Alexey Botvinov (piano)

 


Program

Arvo Pärt Fratres for violin and piano
   
Valentin Silvestrov Melodies of the Moments - Cycle III, 3 pieces from: 22 Pieces in 7 Cycles for violin and piano (2005):
1st lullaby
2nd barcarole
3rd lullaby
   
Mieszyslav Karlowisz Serenade Op.2
   
Myroslav Skoryk Melody
   
Johannes Brahms Scherzo in C minor (from the "F.-A.-E." Sonata)
   
Cesar Franck Sonata for violin and piano in A major

 



19 February, 17:00
Grosser Vortragssaal - Kunsthaus, Zürich

     

Roman Fediurko (piano)
Oleksandr Fediurko (piano)

 


Program

Oleksandr Fediurko
 

Viktor Kosenko Poem "Désir" No.1, Op.11
Frédéric François Chopin Etude for piano No.6, Op.25
   
Robert Schumann "Traumes Confusion", "Why?", "Upswing" from the Fantasy Pieces Op.12
   
Ludwig van Beethoven Rondo alla ingharese quasi un capriccio for piano (G major), Op.129 also called "The Rage About the Lost Penny"

 

Roman Fediurko
 

Viktor Kosenko Masurka No.1, Op.3
   
Levko Revutsky Two preludes, Op.7
   
Robert Schumann “Allegro” from “Faschingsschwank aus Wien” Op.26
   
Camille Saint-Saëns Etude en forme de valse No.6, Op.52
   
Camille Saint Saens “Etude en forme de valse” No.6, Op.52
Alfred Gruenfeld "Soiree de Vienne", concert paraphrase on Johann Strauss waltz motifs from "Fledermaus" and others

 



20 February, 19:30
Tonhalle, Zürich

     

Alexey Botvinov (piano)


 


Program

Robert Schumann "Arabesque" Op.18
   
Robert Schumann "Children's Scenes" Op.15
   
Sergei Rachmaninoff Piano Sonata No.2, Op. 36
   
Alemdar Karamanov "Ave Maria" - Piano Concerto No.3, arrangement for piano solo by A.Botvinov (Swiss premiere)

 



26 February, 18:00
POLIN Music Festival, Warsaw

     

Orkiestra Polskiego Radia w Warszawie
Michał Klauza (conductor)
Michael Guttman (violin)
Alexey Botvinov (piano)

 


Program

Paul Ben-Haim Symphony No.1
   
Laurent Couson Yiddish Concerto
   
Alemdar Karamanov Piano Concerto No.3
   

 


 







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