Vladimir Spivakov Foundation residency at Fondation Louis Vuitton

saturday 17 and sunday 18 December 2016

Residency to coincide with the exhibition Icons of Modern Art. The Shchukin Collection.

 

17 and 18 December 2016

 

11.30 a.m. - 12.30 p.m.: Open rehearsal / 5 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.: Concert

 

The auditorium of the Fondation Louis Vuitton accommodates the young wonders of the Fondation Vladimir Spivakov for three days of residence. With the programme repetitions with door-close, public repetitions and concerts around work the Carnival of the animals of Camille Saint-Saëns.

 

Access: Fondation ticket holders only, by prior reservation

 

Artists:

 

Eleven young musicians from the Vladimir Spivakov Foundation :   

Edward Yudenich, Orchestra conductor

Roman Borisov, Piano (Russia)

Oleg Khudyakov, Piano (Russia)

Shio Okui, Piano (Japan)

Daniil Bessonov, Violin (Russia)

Sofia Yakovenko, Violin (Ukraine)

Akta Daniel, Cello (Israël)

Ulyana Zhivitskaya, Flute (Russia)

Eric Mirzoyan, Clarinet (Russia)

Andrew Varlamov, Oboe (Russia)

Ivan Ilyin, Percussion (Russia)

Professor : Oleg Khudiakhov

 

Programme of concerts

 

Concert on 17 december :

 

First half - soloists

 

1. Shio Okui, piano (Tokyo, Japan)

C. Debussy - L'Isle joyeuse  

 

2. Sofia Yakovenko, violon (Donetzk, Ukraine)

M. Ravel - Tzigane

 

3. Erik Mirzoyan, clarinet (Moscow, Russia)

A. Schreiner - Immer kleiner

 

4. Danielle Akta, cello (Tel-Aviv, Israel)

N. Paganini - Variation on a theme by G.Rossini from the opera "Mose in Egitto”

 

5. Ivan Ilyin, percussion (Moscow, Russia)

G. Bizet - Carmen Overture

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Accompanist - Oleg Khudiakov, piano (Moscow, Russia)

 

 

Second half - Chamber Orchestra

 

Camille Saint-Saëns : The Carnival of animals

 

Roman Borisov, piano

Shio Okui, piano

Alexander Papushev, violon

Sofia Yakovenko, violon

Liubov Lazareva, viola

Danielle Akta, cello

David Ruzhavinsky, double bass

Uliana Zhivitckaia, flute

Erik Mirzoyan, clarinet

Ivan Ilyin, percussion

Edward Yudenich, conductor

Concert on 18 december :

 

First half - soloists

 

1. Roman Borisov, piano (Novosibirsk, Russia)

S. Rachmaninov - Prelude op. 23 No 5

P. I. Tchaikovsky - Romance op. 5

 

2. Alexander Papushev, violon (Ussuriysk, Russia)

A. Zarzycki - Mazurka

 

3. Uliana Zhivitckaia, flute (Moscow, Russia)

F. Doppler - Fantaisie Pastorale Hongroise, Op.26

 

4. Danielle Akta, cello (Tel-Aviv, Israël)

N. Paganini - Variation on a theme by G. Rossini the opera "Mose in Egitto”

 

5. Ivan Ilyin, percussion (Moscow, Russia)

G. Bizet -  Carmen Overture

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Accompanist - Oleg Khudiakov, piano (Moscow, Russia)

 

 

Second half - Chamber Orchestra

 

Camille Saint-Saëns : The Carnival of animals

 

Roman Borisov, piano

Shio Okui, piano

Alexander Papushev, violon

Sofia Yakovenko, violon

Liubov Lazareva, viola

Danielle Akta, cello

David Ruzhavinsky, double bass

Uliana Zhivitckaia, flute

Erik Mirzoyan, clarinet

Ivan Ilyin, percussion

Edward Yudenich, conductor

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The Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation :

 

Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation - a non-profit charitable organization founded in May 1994 at the initiative of the world-renowned violinist, conductor and public figure Vladimir Spivakov. Field of activity Vladimir Spivakov Int. charity foundation - to help children gifted in music and all kinds of arts, in development of their talents, support of their creative process in Russia and abroad. It is also one of the most important areas is the preservation and development of cultural values ​​and providing comprehensive direct charity support. Vladimir Spivakov Foundation helps young talented musicians, dancers, artists, organizing for them master-classes, concerts, tours and exhibitions. Grant holders are taking part in international and national competitions and festivals. Since 1994, the Foundation is co-organizer and a permanent participant of the International Music Festival in Colmar, France. The Foundation also provides ongoing support to music and arts schools, of Moscow, St.-Petersburg, all major Russian regions including cities and villages with the population less then 10.000., as well as CIS countries- Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belorussia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, and others. More then 30.000 young artists gain different kind of support and 2.000 are participating in the"Moscow meets friends" festival which held in Moscow annually and established by the Foundation 

Vladimir Spivakov Foundation supports many social programs related to education, science, art and culture. The Foundation provides health support for the grant holders, helps orphans, disabled children, children's homes and hospitals. President of the Foundation is Vladimir Spivakov.