A chamber music concert for the finale with the extraordinarily Rodion Zamuruev and Victor Chernelevskiy, one of Moscow’s most highly regarded duets. A program featuring Brahms last sonata for violin and piano and a bouquet of the repertoire’s most festive and challenging works.
RODION ZAMURUEV | Violin
VICTOR CHERNELEVSKIY | Piano
Baabdath | Maronite Parish Hall – 8:00 pm
J. BRAHMS (1933 – 1997)
Scherzo in C Minor from F-A-E. Sonata, WoO posth. 2 for violin and piano
Sonata in D Minor, No. 3, Op. 108 for violin and piano
Un poco presto e con sentimento
F. KREISLER (1875 – 1962)
Praeludium and Allegro in the style of Pugnani
M. RAVEL (1875 – 1937)
I. STRAVINSKY (1882 – 1971)
F. WAXMAN (1906 – 1967)
‘Carmen Fantasy’ (Based on the themes from Bizet’s opera)
Rodion Zamuruev (Piano)
Rodion Zamuruev is a Russian violinist, laureate of international competitions, professor at the Moscow Conservatory and art director and soloist of the Soloists Ensemble Mobilis. Rodion was born in Petrozavodsk. In 1993, he graduated from the P. I. Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory (class of professor I.V. Bochkova) and in 1996, from the master class program of professor I.V. Bochkova.
Victor Chernelevskiy (Piano)
Victor Chernelevskiy is a graduate of the Moscow Conservatory, student of the outstanding pianist People’s Artist of the USSR, Victor Merzhanov. Victor is the Laureate of international competitions, including the Paloma O’Shea International Piano Competition (Special Jury Prize, Santander, Spain, 1984) and winner of the 1st prize for the best accompaniment at the International Ludwig Spohr Competition (Freiburg, Germany, 2000). Chernelevsky masters the technique of playing antique keyboard instruments (cembalo, hammerklavier), and is one of the finest interpreters of XX and XXI centuries music in Russia.