C. Ph. E. Bach: Symphony in B-flat Major, Wq. 182 No. 2 -12’
I. W. Hertel: Cello Concerto in A minor – 14’
L. Boccherini: Cello Concerto in G major, G 480 – 12’
C. Ph. E. Bach: Cello Concerto in A Major, Wq 168 – 20’
J. Haydn: Cello Concerto in C Major – 20’
Returning to Ljubljana after a few years, is also the fabulous Russian violoncellist Alexander Rudin and his Academic Chamber Orchestra Musica Viva. Both names have already thrilled the Slovenian audience, therefore this reunion certainly promises an excellent musical event.
The recognised and charismatic musician and native of Russia, Alexander Rudin is violoncellist, pianist and conductor as well as artistic director of the Chamber Orchestra Musica Viva. He has been participating in the world-famous festivals and performing as a soloist with the best European orchestras. The famous artist is also a recipient of numerous prizes and awards, member of the juries at the various music competitions, professor of the Moscow Conservatory, researcher of the forgotten music scores, leader of numerous master classes as well as composer. He performs with the Chamber Orchestra Musica Viva at the most prominent concert stages in Russia and Europe. This exceptionally high quality ensemble is also known for its interesting thematic concerts, on which it plays less known or even unknown compositions. They have also revived the concert scene in the Tretyakov Gallery, performing the concerts entitled as “Musical assemblies”. The members of the Musica Viva are young musicians, who are also renowned soloists. They are famous for their rich repertoire, professionalism, creative potential, tireless interest in innovations and the desire for discovering of ancient masterpieces.