18.06.2018
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

State Academic Svetlanoc Orchestra. Dimitris Botinis conductor

Dvorak. Cello concerto.
9.06.2018
Perm, Russia
Perm, Russia

Филармония

National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia

Dvorak. Cello concerto
22.05.2018
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Moscow State Philharmonic Orchestra. Daniel Raiskin conductor

Marga Ricter. Variations and Interlude for Piano, Violin, Cello and orchestra. Brahms. Double concerto. Sergey Dogadin violin. Philip Kopachevsky pianо.
14.04.2018
Irkutsk, Russia
Irkutsk, Russia

Philharmony

Shostakovich. Cello concerto #2
7.04.2018
Praha, Czech Republic
Praha, Czech Republic

Smetana Hall

Tchaikovsky. Rococо Variations
5.04.2018
Olomouc, Czech Republic
Olomouc, Czech Republic

Moravska Philharmony

Tchaikovsky. Rococo Variations
1.04.2018
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia

Richter Museum

Britten. Complete suites for cello solo.

23.03.2018
Novosibirsk, Russia
Novosibirsk, Russia
23-30.03.2018
Vadim Repin’s Transsiberian Festival
20.03.2018
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia

Niko Gallery

Solo recital with Anna Odintsova
15.03.2018
Yaroslavl, Russia
Yaroslavl, Russia

Philharmony

Saint-Saens. Cello concerto
13.03.2018
Linz, Austria
Linz, Austria

Brucknerhaus

Solo recital with Anna Odintsova
10.03.2018
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia

Moscow International Performing Arts Centre

National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia. Vladimir Spivakov conductor

Myskovsky. Cello concerto
2.03.2018
Kurgan, Russia
Kurgan, Russia

Philharmony

Solo recital with Philip Kopachevsky
27.02.2018
Minsk, Belarus
Minsk, Belarus

Philharmony

Elgar. Cello concerto
21.02.2018
Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Small Hall of Philharmony

Solo recital with Anna Odintsova
19.02.2018
Prokofiev-125 anniversary marathon at Mariinsky


Prokofiev-125 anniversary marathon at Mariinsky

Saint-Petersburg,  24.04.2016

Prokofiev

Sinfonia-Concertante op. 125 (excerpt)

With Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra and Maestro Valery Gergiev
19.02.2018
XV International Tchaikovsky Competition’s Final Round

Saint Petersburg, June 30, 2015

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Variations on a Rococo theme, Op. 33

Sergey Prokofiev

Symphony-Concerto in E minor, Op. 125

With the Saint Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra and Nikolai Alexeev (conductor)
19.02.2018
Concert at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Moscow, March 27, 2015

A. Dvořák

Concerto for Cello and Orchestra

With the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia and Antonio Mendez (conductor)
19.02.2018
Peter Quantrill
The best was saved for (almost) last: Alexander Ramm? the 26-year-old second-prize winner of the cello section in last year's Tchaikovsky Competition, was a mesmerising, heroic soloist in the fearsome Symphony-Concerto. Playing from memory, he made a massive, Rostropovich-sized sound in the endless rough-and-rumble of the central scherzo but brought great decacy to the royshop variations of the finale. Even in the outsize candenza he clarified and justified Prokofiev's writing at its most prolix and technically challenging with an unarguable force of will, charisma and assurance. He is quire aphenomenon.
15.02.2018
Оркестр Мариинского театра, Валерий Гергиев, Омск, 2014

15.02.2018
«Посольство мастерства» Хельсинки (14 марта 2013)

15.02.2018
Рождественские встречи Дениса Мацуева, 2016

15.02.2018
Фестиваль «На родине П. И. Чайковского», Ижевск
15.02.2018
Mariinsky Orchestra with Valery Gergiev – Prokofiev Symphonies
Between the two symphonies there was an extraordinary performance of the Sinfonia concertante for cello and orchestra. This marked the UK debut of the Russian cellist Alexander Ramm, and on this evidence he will be back very soon. His intonation was incredibly secure and his virtuosity almost beyond question, even in the most demanding passages where the cello sits at the very top of its register.
Power, pace and passion were the features of the fast music, but when this briefly relented there was a real depth of feeling to the soaring, chant-like melody of the second movement. Gergiev and the orchestra gave crisp accompaniment, but Ramm was the star for this incredibly assured and most musical performance, redolent of Steven Isserlis in his youth!
15.02.2018
An all-you-can-eat Prokofiev buffet from the Mariinsky
…Earning second prize in the 2015 International Tchaikovsky Competition, this tall, youthful cellist, with a mop of unruly hair à la Steven Isserlis (but without the curls) is a real talent. His sound is big-boned, with soulful legatos, iron pizzicatos and percussive attack which made easy work of Prokofiev’s wiry writing in an admirably taut account. The Mariinsky’s accompaniment was sketchy at times, the first horn having the good grace to look embarrassed after a mangled solo. Ramm’s terrific Gaspar Cassado encore, infused with earthy Spanish inflections, was well-received.
15.02.2018
A Distinguished Conclusion to Gergiev’s London Prokofiev Cycle with the Mariinsky Orchestra
The cellist Alexander Ramm is in his late twenties and is emerging as an international artist after an early career in his native Russia. If he is as yet comparatively unknown in the West this is a situation that is not likely to continue for much longer on the evidence of his performance of the Sinfonia Concertante (also known as the Symphony-Concerto). In the lyrical opening of the work we were made aware of his lovely, singing tone quality, projecting strongly into the hall, and as this complex work developed so did his virtuoso technique become excitingly evident. For the whole, quite long, span of the three movements Ramm held the attention unerringly through his total emotional commitment. In Gergiev and the Mariinsky players he had the best collegial support possible, and as a whole it was a most distinguished performance.
15.02.2018
Cellist Alexander Ramm stars at Hugo Concert
The astounding young cellist, Alexander Ramm was the star of the seventh concert in the Hugo Concert Series. Born in Vladivostok this young Russian wonder has performed in public since the age of nine, winning a clutch of prestigious prizes along the way.
And yet Ramm’s playing remained consistently powerful and assured. His technique was astounding as he explored the rich high and low registers of his cello and the audience especially enjoyed his interpretation of Cassadó’s Suite for Cello Solo. This adventurous work combines the Baroque formalism and dance orientation of Bach’s suites with Gaspar Cassadó’s own Spanish heritage and, as with most of Cassadó’s other cello compositions, was designed to showcase his own talents as a cellist. Ramm’s voicing in the second movement, written in the form of a two-part sardana, was brilliant; the voicing was so clear and distinct that he made it sound as if two separate cellos were actually at play.
15.02.2018
Soloist Alexander Ramm impresses with JPO
Alexander Ramm (‘cello) and the Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Gérard Korsten gave us an enlightened performance of a work which can be obstreperous and therefore difficult to bring off. This young soloist is amazing in the way he projects all the moods within this intense piece of some 40 minutes’ duration. A few examples of what came back to me clearly today after Wednesday evening’s concert, are the following: Apart from technical matters to which we will return, it is the overall level of tonal lustre Ramm, who is only 24, displays which makes one listen in awe. The moods and contrasts in this work are so diverse and can switch as suddenly as the proverbial drop of a coin, that is takes a great artist to accommodate all of them.
He blends the difficult accompanying figurations perfectly against the orchestral solos. Magical indeed are the feathery triplet-patterns against the “dreamy” subject of the opening Andante. Just as subtle is the enjoyment he elates in the little dialogue between the ‘cello harmonics and flute which provides a brief respite in the conflicts of the mighty Allegro giusto second movement. In those passages described above in the second paragraph, it feels as if Ramm is already impetuous and risk-taking in a controlled manner through which he can often penetrate to the mystic and at times threatening soul of the work. During languid, introspective passages his burnished, dark legato is quite unique. He uses it to moving effect in the nostalgia, richness and warmth of the melody at the heart of the piece. He lets every phrase burn.
There is also a combination of fevered intensity and a whole range of intensely rewarding solo work forthcoming from the orchestra. Gérard Korsten commands a kind of classical finesse in his approach to the score which ensures a wonderfully balanced reading. He and his musicians are fastidious in scrupulously observing all the dynamic and agogic markings. There is a real Prokofiev sonority hanging in the air, with his often characteristically sardonic bite and wit potently in evidence. Congratulations are due to the orchestra and maestro Korsten whose alertness and pinpointed, detailed cultivation is something to behold.
15.02.2018
Another fabulous concert, review of JPO concert
The soloist for Prokofiev’s Sinfonia Concertante is the Russian Alexander Ramm, whom I first heard when he was in South Africa for the Unisa International String Competition in 2010, in which he came second in the cello section. He played exquisitely. The only criticism which I can possibly make is that he desperately needs a haircut, that or some clips to keep the hair out of his face.
I didn’t know the work, but I thought it was marvellous, thanks at least partly to the beautiful rich tone Alexander Ramm gives it. He made the ridiculously difficult cadenza look easy and it sounded magnificent. The Naxos recording of this work features Alexander Rudin with the Ukraine National Symphony Orchestra 8.553624. For an encore Ramm played Cassado’s Cello Suite, a work entirely unknown to me before, but lovely and very showy.
15.02.2018
CPO with Spencer Myer and Alexander Ramm
Happily young Russian cellist Alexander Ramm saved the evening. His riveting performance of Elgar’s last major work for orchestra, the well-known Cello Concerto in E minor Op. 85, beautifully captured the concerto’s mood of disillusion, suffering and distress and kept the members of the audience perched at the edge of their seats as the music ravished their ears.
Conductor Brandon Phillips dexterously led soloist and orchestra in playing as one soul from the four insistent opening chords to its repeat at the end of the work, which resounded like a cry of despair.
15.02.2018
Impressive performance
Elgar’s concerto is one of the great works written for the cello, although widespread international recognition has been acquired only in the past three decades. That might partially be because of its perceived “Englishness”, perhaps best described as a degree of emotional diffidence.
But there is a difference between emotion and passion; and the best English music – and certainly that of Elgar – has never lacked passion. So it was that this young Russian virtuoso delivered the solo line with a convincing musical insight and a smouldering passion that set alight the solo line.
Ramm plays with enormous musical authority. Unlike many young instrumentalists, he is not intimidated by the reflective or the elegiac; nor is he nervous about the length of pauses, or the creation of inter-phrase silence. His is a phenomenal technique and he demonstrated it to full effect in this captivating performance.
Phillips provided a remarkably flexible accompaniment, managing the frequently fragmented writing with a neat precision.
The performance garnered a well-deserved standing ovation from a delighted audience.
15.02.2018
Ramm’s Prokofiev Is Something Very Special
Two decades ago, a young Russian violinist, Vadim Repin, knocked one off
one’s feet with a fabulous performance of Glazunoff’s violin concerto in the
Linder. In the mean time, Repin has conqured the musical world and he is
one of the most sought after violinists on the international circuit.
This is what I predict for the 24 year old Russian cellist.
Ramm’s performance of the Prokovief Concerto was magnificant, often
dumbfounding, demanding some times technical even demonic playing of
this simfonia concertante. This man posesses all the attributes to make him
a special musician. Prokovief himself prefered this title in stead of a «Cello
Concert» because of the challenging solo- and ensemble inputs from the
orchestra. It is in this regard that Ramm impressed so much, let alone his
spotless playing in a work which by all indications exploits the full
range of the
instument.
Within the framework of the solo part and the large ochestral score, soaked
in continuing ryhtmic and harmonic construction, he establishes an authority
whereby he exposes every trend and all the dynamics demanded by the
music.
3.02.2018
Petrozavodsk, Russia
Petrozavodsk, Russia

Philharmonic

Lutoslawski. Cello concerto
27.01.2018
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Krasnoyarsk, Russia

ФPhilharmony

Tchaikovsky. Rococo Variations
23.01.2018
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Moscow State Philharmonic Orchestra. Valentin Uryupin conductor

Tchaikovsky. Rococo Variations
18.01.2018
Paris, France
Paris, France

Philharmonie de Paris

With Borodin Quartet

Schubert. Quintet C-dur with two cellos

14.01.2018
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Radio “Orpheus” Orchestra. Denis Kirpanev conductor

Glazunov. Spanish serenade
26.12.2017
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia

Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory

Moscow State Philharmonic Orchestra. Yury Simonov conductor

Tchaikovky. Rococo Variations. Pezzo Capriccioso
24.12.2017
Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Concert Hall of Mariinsky Theatre

Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra. Valery Gergiev conductor

Schchedrin. Concerto for piano, cello and orchestra “Romantic Offering” (2010)

21.12.2017
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra. Valery Gergiev conductor

Schchedrin. Concerto for piano, cello and orchestra “Romantic Offering” (2010)

9.12.2017
Kislovodsk, Russia
Kislovodsk, Russia

Philharmony

Maxim Fedotov conductor

Shostakovich. Cello concerto #2
27.11.2017
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia

Philharmony 2

National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia. Alexander Soloviev conductor

Saint-Saens. Cello concerto
25.11.2017
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Tatarstan State Orchestra. Alexander Sladkovsky conductor

Tchaikovsky. Pezzo Capriccioso
30.10.2017
Lübeck, Germany
Lübeck, Germany

Theater Lübeck

Philharmonisches Orchester Lübeck. Mikhail Jurowski conductor

Dvorak. Cello concerto
29.10.2017
Lübeck, Germany
Lübeck, Germany

Theater Lübeck

Philharmonisches Orchester Lübeck. Mikhail Jurowski conductor

Dvorak. Cello concerto
23.10.2017
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia

Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory

Tatarstan State Orchestra. Alexander Sladkovsky conductor

Shostakovich. Cello concerto #1
22.10.2017
Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Grand Hall of Philharmony

St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra. Antoni Wit conductor

Haydn. Cello concerto C-dur
18.10.2017
Saransk, Russia
Saransk, Russia

Philharmony

Solo recital with Anna Odintsova
14.10.2017
Vladikavkaz, Russia
Vladikavkaz, Russia

Mariinsky Theatre in Vladikavkaz

Solo recital with Anna Odintsova
8.10.2017
Saint-Petersurg, Russia
Saint-Petersurg, Russia

State Capella

Youth Orchestra of Yekaterinburg Philharmonic. Alexander Rudin conductor

Myskovsky. Cello concerto
7.10.2017
Veliky Novgorod, Russia
Veliky Novgorod, Russia

Philharmony

Youth Orchestra of Yekaterinburg Philharmonic. Alexander Rudin conductor

Myskovsky. Cello concerto
28.09.2017
Helsinki, Finland
Helsinki, Finland

Russian Science and Culture Centre

Solo recital with Anna Odintsova
26.09.2017
Kazan, Russia
Kazan, Russia

Saidashev Concert Hall

Tatarstan State Orchestra. Alexander Sladkovsky

Shostakovich. Cello concerto #1
17.09.2017
Montecatini-Terme, Italy
Montecatini-Terme, Italy

“Oci Ciornie” Festival

Tchaikovsky. Nocturne. Paganini. Moses Variations
9.09.2017
Guangzhou, China
Guangzhou, China

Opera House

Thaikovsky Orchestra. Vladimir Fedoseev conductor

Tchaikovsky. Pezzo Capriccioso
14.08.2017
Ochrid, Macedonia
Ochrid, Macedonia

“Ochrid Summer” Festival

Solo recital with Anna Odintsova
2.07.2017
Trakai, Lithuania
Trakai, Lithuania

“Uztrakio Vakarai” Festival

Solo recital with Anna Odintsova
15.06.2017
Saint-Petersburg
Saint-Petersburg

English hall of Saint-Petersburg House of Music

Solo recital with Anna Odintsova
13.06.2017
Linz, Austria
Linz, Austria

Brucknerhaus

Solo recital with Anna Odintsova
11.06.2017
Porto, Portugal
Porto, Portugal

Europark

Orquestra Filharmonica Portuguesa. Osvaldo Ferreira conductor

Dvorak. Cello concerto
26.05.2017
Astana, Kazakhstan
Astana, Kazakhstan

Astana Opera House

Tchaikovsky. Rococo Variations
24.05.2017
Wasaw, Russia
Wasaw, Russia

Russian Science and Culture Centre

Solo recital with Anna Odintsova
16.05.2017
Petrozavodsk, Russia
Petrozavodsk, Russia

Philharmony

Solo recital with Anna Odintsova
12.05.2017
Kalinigrad, Russia
Kalinigrad, Russia

Philharmony

Schumann. Cello concerto. Paganini. Moses Variations
7.05.2017
Izhevsk, Russia
Izhevsk, Russia

Philharmony

State Academic Orchestra Svetlanov. Valentin Uryupin conductor

Myaskovsky. Cello concerto
18.04.2017
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia

Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory

Ivanov Brothers’ SymphoJazz program
13.04.2017
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

Philharmony

Elgar. Cello concerto.
2.04.2017
Tyumen, Russia
Tyumen, Russia

Philharmony

Dvorak. Cello concerto
25.03.2017
Ufa, Russia
Ufa, Russia

Philharmony

Elgar. Cello concerto.
23.03.2017
Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Concert Hall of Mariinsky Theatre

Mariinsky Theatre Choir

VoCello program for cello and choir
15.03.2017
Vinius, Lithuania
Vinius, Lithuania

Philharmony

Beethoven. Complete cello sonatas. Darius Mazintas – piano

13.03.2017
Kaunas, Lithuania
Kaunas, Lithuania

Philharmony

Beethoven. Complete cello sonatas. Darius Mazintas – piano
10.02.2017
Belgorod, Russia
Belgorod, Russia

Philharmony

Myakovsky. Cello concerto.
18.01.2017
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia

Philharmony 2

STATE SYMPHONY CAPELLA of RUSSIA, Philip Chizhevsky conductor

Tchaikovsky. Rococo Variations. Pezzo apriccioso
16.12.2016
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia

Philharmonic-2 concert hall

Academic Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Philharmonic. Yury Simonov

Tchaikovsy. Rococo Variations for cello and orchestra
9.12.2016
Ryazan, Russia
Ryazan, Russia

Philharmony

Schumann. Concerto for cello and orchestra
8.12.2016
Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Mariinsky Theatre Concert Hall

Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra. Zaurbek Gugkaev

Schumann. Concerto for cello and orchestra
3.12.2016
Kemerovo, Russia
Kemerovo, Russia

Philharmony

Prokofiev. Symphony-Concerto for cello and orchestra
30.11.2016
Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Saint-Petersburg, Russia

English hall of Saint-Petersburg House of Music

Schumann, Grieg, Britten, Barber. Anna Odintsova – piano
27.11.2016
Saratov, Russia
Saratov, Russia

Philharmony

Schumann. Concerto for cello and orchestra
19.11.2016
Kislovodsk, Russia
Kislovodsk, Russia

Philharmony

Dvorak. Concerto for cello and Orchestra

11.11.2016
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

State Academic Symphony Orchestra “Evgeny Svetlanov”. Konstantin Chudovsky

Schumann. Concerto for cello and orchestra
7.11.2016
Tyumen, Russia
Tyumen, Russia

Philharmony

Denis Matsuev Festival

Shostakovich. Concerto #1 for cello and orchestra
2.11.2016
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

Philharmony

Schumann, Prokofiev, Part, Britten, Debussy, Cassado. Anna Odintsova – piano

27.10.2016
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia

Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory

Academic Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Philharmonic. Alexabnder Lazarev

Elgar. Concerto for cello and orchestra

23.10.2016
Kaliningrad, Russia
Kaliningrad, Russia

Cathedral

Elgar. Concerto for cello and orchestra

14.10.2016
Belgrade, Serbia
Belgrade, Serbia

Philharmony

Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra. Mikhail Yurovsky

Shostakovich. Concerto #2 for cello and orchestra
8.10.2016
Samara, Russia
Samara, Russia

Philharmony

Dvorak. Concerto for cello and orchestra

6.10.2016
Tomsk, Russia
Tomsk, Russia

Philharmony

“Denis Matsuev and friends” Festival

Dvorak. Concerto for cello and orchestra

29.09.2016
Brussels
Brussels

Russian Cultural Center

Shostakovich, Britten, Cassado, Part. Anna Odintsova – piano
28.09.2016
London
London

Cadogan Hall

Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra. Valery Gergiev

Prokofiev. Symhony-Conerto for cello and orchestra
26.09.2016
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia

Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory

“Crescendo” Festival

Sollima. “Violoncelles, vibrez!” with Tatiana Vassilieva
23.09.2016
Pscov, Russia
Pscov, Russia

Philharmony

“Crescendo” Festival

Sollima. “Violoncelles, vibrez!” with Tatiana Vassilieva
20.09.2016
Paris, France
Paris, France

Philharmonie de Paris, Grande Salle

Cassado, Tchaikovsky, Paganini. Dmitry Masleev – piano
27.07.2016
Sochi, Russia
Sochi, Russia
Crescendo Festival
26.07.2016
Sochi, Russia
Sochi, Russia
Crescendo Festival
19.06.2016
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia
Small Hall of Moscow Conservatory

Recital with Anna Odintsova (piano)
26.05.2016
Dresden, Germany
Dresden, Germany
Dresden Musikfestspiele
13.05.2016
Yekaterinburg, Russia
Yekaterinburg, Russia

Myaskovsky. Conerto for cello and orcestra
24.04.2016
Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Concert Hall of Mariinsky Theatre

Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra. Valery Gergiev conductor

Prokofiev. Sinfonia-Concertante.
8.04.2016
Belgorod, Russia
Belgorod, Russia

Ivan Pochekin (violin)

Brahms. Concerto for violin and cello
7.04.2016
Yaroslavl, Russia
Yaroslavl, Russia
State Orchestra “New Russia”, conductor Yury Bashmet

Beethoven. Concerto for piano, violin, cello and orchestra
3.04.2016
Ulan-Ude, Russia
Ulan-Ude, Russia
PIZZICATO Festival

Recital with Philipp Kopachevsky (piano). Sonatas by Prokofiev and Grieg
31.03.2016
Yakustk, Russia
Yakustk, Russia

Thaikovsky. Rococo Variations for cello and orchestra
30.03.2016
Yakutsk, Russia
Yakutsk, Russia

Tchaikovsky. Nocturne for cello and orchestra. Paganini. Moses Fantasia for cello and orchestra
26.03.2016
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia
Tchaikovsky Concert Hall
Guitar Virtuosos International Festival

Duos with Petrit Ceku and Artyom Dervoed

13.03.2016
Snezhinsk, Russia
Snezhinsk, Russia
Denis Matsuev International Festival

Haydn. Concerto C-dur for cello and orchestra
12.03.2016
Chelyabinsk, Russia
Chelyabinsk, Russia
Denis Matsuev International Festival

Schumann. Concerto for cello and orchestra
11.03.2016
Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Saint-Petersburg, Russia
State Capella

Conductor Igor Manasherov

Dvorak. Concerto for cello and orchestra

9.03.2016
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia
Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

National Philharmonic Orchestra or Russia, conductor Alexander Soloviev

Myaskovsky. Concerto for cello and orchestra
3.03.2016
Perm, Russia
Perm, Russia
Denis Matsuev International Festival

Schumann. Concerto for cello and orchestra
27.02.2016
Irkutsk, Russia
Irkutsk, Russia

Myaskovsky. Concerto for cello and orchestra
20.02.2016
Novosibirsk, Russia
Novosibirsk, Russia

Novosibirsk Chamber Orchestra, conductor Alim Shakh

Schumann. Concerto for cello and orchestra
19.02.2016
Akademgorodok, Russia
Akademgorodok, Russia
Novosibirsk Chamber Orchestra, conductor Alim Shakh

Schumann. Concerto for cello and orchestra
16.02.2016
Sochi, Russia
Sochi, Russia

International Yury Bashmet Festival
23.01.2016
Samara, Russia
Samara, Russia

Conductor Aziz Shokhakimov

Schumann. Concerto for cello and orchestra
6.01.2016
Irkutsk, Russia
Irkutsk, Russia
Zagursky Musical Theatre

Conductor Ilmar Lapinsh

Schumann. Concerto for cello and orcestra
31.12.2015
Linz, Austria
Linz, Austria
Brucknerhaus

2 New Year’s concerts with Anna Odintsova (piano) and Vitaly Vatulya (saxophone)
20.12.2015
Vologda, Russia
Vologda, Russia

Solo reital with Anna Odintsova (piano)
18.12.2015
Vladimir, Russia
Vladimir, Russia

Conductor Alexander Sonin

Haydn. Concerto for cello and orchestra C-dur
Piazzolla – Le Grand Tango
16.12.2015
Vilnius, Lithuania
Vilnius, Lithuania
National Philarmonic

Solo recital with Anna Odintsova (piano)

26.11.2015
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia
Moscow International Performing Arts Center

Vladimir Spivakov festival
25.11.2015
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia
Professor’s Club of the Higher School of Economics

Solo recital with Anna Odintsova (piano)

19.11.2015
Petrozavodsk, Russia
Petrozavodsk, Russia

Conductor Anatoly Rybalko

Schumann. Concerto for cello and orchestra
17.11.2015
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia
Composers’ House

Efrem Podgaitz - ”Post festum”
11.11.2015
Beijing, China
Beijing, China
Beijing Concert Hall

Beijing Symphony Orchestra, conductor Tan Lihua

Tchaikovsky. Rococo variations for cello and orchestra
8.11.2015
Wuhan, China
Wuhan, China

Beijing Symphony Orchestra, conductor Tan Lihua

Tchaikovsky. Rococo variations for cello and orchestra
28.10.2015
Birmingham, England
Birmingham, England
Birmingham Symphony Hall

Mariinsky Theatre Symphony Orchestra, conductor Maestro Valery Gergiev

Tchaikovsky. Variations on a theme of rococo
24.10.2015
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia
Philharmonia-2 Concert Hall

State Academic Symphony Orchestra “Evgeny Svetlanov”, conductor Sergey Roldugin

Shostakovich. Cello concerto no.1 for cello and orchestra
18.10.2015
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia
Small Hall of Moscow Conservatory

Ars Longa Festival
14.10.2015
Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Mariinsky Theatre Concert Hall

Solo recital with Anna Odintsova (piano)

8.10.2015
Calcutta, Induia
Calcutta, Induia

Solo recital and masterclasses with Anna Odintsova (piano)
1.10.2015
Omsk, Russia
Omsk, Russia

Conductor Dmitry Vassiliev

Dvorak. Concerto for cello and orchestra

28.09.2015
Pskov, Russia
Pskov, Russia
Crescendo Festival

State Academic Symphony Orchestra “Evgeny Svetlanov”, conductor Stanislav Kochanovsky

Prokofiev. Symphony-Concerto for cello and orchestra
26.09.2015
Kronberg, Germany
Kronberg, Germany
Kronberg Academy Festival

Celebratory evening concert for Frans Helmerson
18.09.2015
Orenburg, Russia
Orenburg, Russia

Conductor Pavel Gershtein

Shostakovich. Concerto no1 for cello and orchestra
11.09.2015
Klin, Russia
Klin, Russia
Tchaikovsky museum

State Academic Symphony Orchestra “Evgeny Svetlanov”, conductor Vladimir Jurovsky

Tchaikovsky – Pezzo Capriccioso for cello and orchestra
7.09.2015
Milan, Italy
Milan, Italy
Conservatory G. Verdi

Mariinsky Theatre Symphony Orchestra, conductor Maestro Valery Gergiev

Prokofiev. Symphony-Concerto for cello and orchestra
13.04.2015
South Africa concert tour
13.04.2015 – 06.05.2016

South Africa concert tour

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