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José Serebrier’s Moscow Conservatory Concert

August 9, 2010

The Rostropovich Foundation has just released these images of José Serebrier’s recent concert in the Large Hall of Moscow Conservatory with the Russian National Orchestra, the Moscow State Chamber Choir and soloists in Rachmaninov’s The Bells. It was the gala closing event of the First International Rostropovich Festival. Excerpts from the concert are available for viewing on YouTube:



Sergei Rachmaninov: Choral Symphony The Bells, Op. 35
I. Allegro ma non tanto



Sergei Rachmaninov: Choral Symphony The Bells, Op. 35
II. Lento



Sergei Rachmaninov: Choral Symphony The Bells, Op. 35
IV. Lento lugubre


Rachmaninov’s The Bells is the main work in a forthcoming Warner Classics CD. It will be released in America in August 2010. This is the first Warner Classics CD to be distributed by Naxos of America.

Grammy® Award-winning conductor and composer José Serebrier is one of most recorded classical artists today, with a substantial and critically-acclaimed Naxos discography.

 

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