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ELIZAVETA MARCHENKO, piano
MIKHAIL GRANOV, cello

8th concert of the international music cycle Young Virtuosi

30. January 2020
19.30
Knight's Hall, Križanke
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ELIZAVETA MARCHENKO, piano

MIKHAIL GRANOV, cello
OLESIA MOROZOVA, piano

Programme:

P. I. Tchaikovsky: The Seasons, Op. 37a

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D. Shostakovich: Cello Sonata in D minor, Op. 40 
J. Klengel: Scherzo in D minor, Op. 6 

In 2019 Elizaveta Marchenko finished the St. Petersburg Conservatory’s Shool (Class of Zora Zuker). Now Elizaveta is studying in St. Petersburg Conservatory named after Rimskiy-Korsakov (Class of Alexander Maslov). In 2009 Elizaveta participated in the Vladimir Spivakov Festival in Moscow (Russia), and in the International festival in Abu Dabi (Arabian Emirates). In 2009 and 2010 she participated in the International music festival “Kissinger Summer” (Germany). Since 2010 Elizaveta has taken part in the Summer courses and concerts in “Lempääla soi” (Finland). Elizaveta Marchenko gave her recital debuts in Kempten (Germany) in April, 2013. Elizaveta is a laureate of the following international competitions: Saint Petersburg Christmas Assembles” (1st Prize, 2009, 2010) “Vivat, talent!” (1st prize, 2011), “Saint Petersburg Spring” (1st Prize, 2011).  The member of St.Petersburg Music House programs since 2017.

Mikhail Granov was born in 2001 in St. Petersburg. At the age of seven he began to study the cello at the music school No. 41 in St. Petersburg. In 2015 he entered the Secondary Special music school of the St. Petersburg state Conservatory.N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov (class of A. V. Ivanov). In 2019 he graduated from ssmsh in cello, in the same year he entered the St. Petersburg state Conservatory.N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov (class of Professor A. Z. Massarsky). Winner of such international competitions as the international competition named after S. I. Savshinsky (I, II prize, 2011, 2013, St. Petersburg), the international competition-festival of children’s musical creativity.D. D. Shostakovich (I, II, III prize 2012, 2013, 2015, St. Petersburg), VIII international youth competition.E. A. Mravinsky (special prize “Hope”, 2012, St. Petersburg), international competition of youth performing arts.G. V. Sviridova (diploma holder, 2011, 2015, St. Petersburg), as well as the winner of the V St. Petersburg open competition for young performers on string instruments and harp (1st prize, 2013, St. Petersburg), the festival-competition “Play together” of the St. Petersburg music school.N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov (1st prize, 2013, St. Petersburg), Open competition of young performers “we Play Shostakovich’s music” (1st prize, 2017, St. Petersburg), competition of chamber ensembles dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the birth of M. V. Karandashova (1st prize, 2018, St. Petersburg).

Olesia Morozova has graduated from St. Petersburg State conservatory named after N. Rimsky-Korsakov and has finished postgraduate chamber music course. She is prize winner of many international competitions for piano solo, piano duo and piano trio. Since 2013 she is member of the Saint-Petersburg Trio, which became prize winner of the II All-Russian Music Competition in 2015. As part of the trio she takes part in various festivals and master classes. She plays in Germany, Netherlands, Austria, France, Lithuania, Sweden and Russia. Since 2017 Olesia Morozova is chamber music teacher in St. Petersburg State conservatory. In 2019 she was an official accompanist at the 16th International Tchaikovsky competition.

 

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