In Montenegro for the first time comes the string quartet of the Bolshoy Symphony Orchestra named after PI Tchaikovsky!
The Tchaikovsky Grand Symphony Orchestra was organized in 1930 as the first orchestra of the Russian radio. Alexander Ivanovich Orlov, the excellent musician and charming man (as they said at that time, of the "old temper"), who was in the orchestra's favour, was appointed as the chief the BSO. It was time for the formation of the collective, time to form a diverse and extensive repertoire.
In 1974, Vladimir Ivanovich Fedoseyev became the art director and chief conductor of the Grand Symphony Orchestra of the Central Television and All-Union Radio, with whom the orchestra, developing traditions, entered a period of extraordinary prosperity. At one time it was Vladimir Fedoseev and BSO who opened to the world the names of E. Kisin, M. Vengerov, V. Repin. And now the orchestra continues to cooperate with the best soloists of different countries. In 1993, the orchestra was given the great name of Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky - for a genuine, profound interpretation of his works. Almost the entire map of the world is reflected in the list of countries in which the Grand Symphony Orchestra performed.
The only concert will be held on 9 July at 7 pm, at the Hotel Splendid. In the program: classical music, Neapolitan songs, Russian romances and much more!
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