The theatre’s new 233rd season opens at all three venues.
A performance by Dmitry Masleyev, recipient of the 1st prize and Gold Medal at the XV Tchaikovsky Competition, will open the marathon of performances by prize-winners of this music competition. The programme for his concert, in addition to virtuoso works by Liszt, Schumann and Rachmaninoff, will include the elegiac Tchaikovsky and the gallant Haydn.
Over the course of the season the Concert Hall will see performances by all competition prize-winners as part of this series.
Dmitry Masleyev’s recital also opens the Mariinsky Theatre’s season of on-line broadcasts.
For fans of vocal music the most eagerly anticipated event of the Mariinsky’s “marathon” will be a concert by Gold Medal recipients mezzo-soprano Yulia Matochkina and baritone Ariunbaatar Ganbaatar (
Recipient of the competition’s 4th prize pianist Lucas Debargue will be performing at the Concert Hall with the Mariinsky Orchestra under the baton of Valery Gergiev (
Rachmaninoff’s nine Études-Tableaux and Prokofiev’s highly demanding Sonata No 8 will be performed on 4 October by pianist Sergei Redkin, a graduate of the St Petersburg Conservatoire who won 3rd prize at the competition. The programme for Lukas Geniušas’ recital (
The cello category will be represented by two prize-winners. Recipient of the 1st prize Andrei Ionuț Ioniță will appear on