The "Evgeny Svetlanov" State Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation (in honour of the individual who was its director for more than three decades) is one of the oldest in the country, with 85 years of history. An ambassador for Russian culture around the world, the orchestra will take on the closing concerts of the 38th FIMC together with their brand-new main conductor, Vassily Petrenko, and a young talent on the Russian music scene: pianist Anastasia Makhamendrikova, who will perform Rachmaninov's ineffable Concerto No. 2. They round off the programme with Shostakovich's Ninth Symphony.
With a career as a conductor that began almost three decades ago, Vassily Petrenko, at the age of 45, is one of the great conductors of his generation. In his career, his tremendous musical work with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic is quite noteworthy and something which has led to his great degree of international recognition.
Anastasia Makhamendrikova has won the most prestigious international competitions for young musicians. Despite her youth, she has performed more than 300 concerts at important venues in Russia, the United States, and several European countries.
Vassily Petrenko, conductor
Anastasia Makhamendrikova, piano
Concierto para piano y orquesta nº2
Sinfonía nº 9
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