What a slavic night on a bald Mountain! The witches celebrate their sabat in the film of Claire Parker and Alexander Alexeieff of 1933 to the music of Modest Mussorgsky before Rachmaninov´s famous Piano Concerto No. 2 and an orchestral poem by the Ukrainian composer Alla Sirenko dedicated to the victims of Chernobyl and Fukushima. With Ukrainian musicians Oksana Lyniv conducting and Valentina Lisitsa at the piano.
C. Bechstein is a partner of the newly founded “Megève Festival Savoy Truffle” to be held from August 17 to September 2, 2018. A city famous in particular for its chocolate truffles, Megève will gather international artists to participate in a two-week program that includes concerts, shows and panel discussions, as well as a series of events related to composers and their works.
Valentina Lisitsa, Piano
Oksana Lyniv, conductor
Orchestre Symphonique des Alpes
Alla Sirenko: Orchesterdichtung, die den Opfern von Tschernobyl und Fukushima gewidmet ist
Modest Mussorgsky: Symphonische Dichtung "Eine Nacht auf dem kahlen Berge" mit einem Filmausschnitt von Claire Parker & Alexander Alexeieff aus dem Jahr 1933
Sergej Rachmaninow: Klavierkonzert Nr. 2
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