The Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra announces the symphony concert "Russian Game", together with the trombonist Joseph Alessi, the first trombonist in the prestigious New York Philharmonic Orchestra!
On thursday, November 15 at 8 pm, the orchestra of the Macedonian Philharmonic, led by maestro Borjan Canev, will perform : "Adagio for Jagoda Slanaeva" by Macedonian composer Ljubomir Brangolica, Concerto for trombone and orchestra by French composer Henri Tomasi and the fantastic ballet "Petrushka" by Russian composer Igor Stravinsky.
Joseph Alessi is the first trombonist in the prestigious New York Philharmonic Orchestra and appears as one of the best solo trombone players in the world, not just in the United States. His performances are, in fact, a real rarity, because he performs rarely interpreted works for trombone, and is therefore a part of many audio releases. Media says that that he is probably the best living trombone. His soloist repertoire is really wide and rich, including works by Bernstein, Hindemith, contemporary authors such as Christopher Rose or Eric Evazen, as well as transcriptions of works by Bach, Beethoven, Mandelson, Verdi, Tchaikovsky, Debussy ...
Particularly active as a soloist, Alessi has appeared in the 90s of the last century performing with significant orchestras around the world.
 joe alessi
November 1 at 8 pm, in the chamber hall of the Macedonian Philharmonie Baroque Treasures" is the title of the concert of the ensemble "GAP".
Ensemble "G.A.P." is composed of top musicians which actively perform on European and world scenes: Emilio Percán - baroque violin, Orio Aymat Fuste - baroque cello and Luka Quintavale, harpsichord.
The ensemble "GAP" will perform works by authors from the period of the music bartender - Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Bieber, Jean-Baptiste Barrier, Giovanni Antonio Piani and Antonio Vivaldi.
Ensemble "GAP" is formed in 2012 comes from the initials of the 18th century Italian violin virtuoso, Giovanni Antonio Piani. This ensemble consists of musicians-instrumentalists who are at leading positions in the most prominent European baroque orchestras. The collaboration with artists such as Viktoria Mulova, Cecilia Bartoli, Daniel Hope, Christophe Rousse and Edita Gruberova, as well as performances in concert halls like the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, the Palace of Music in Barcelona are just some of the experiences this ensemble has has gained in the past career. In 2012, the ensemble released the CD titled "Afetouozo", which was unanimously judged by critics as "a high artistic achievement and a true discovery"
Emilio Percan Trio
One of the greatest pianists of today's generation, Denis Kozhukhin from Russia, will hold a recital on October 22 (Monday) at the C Macedonian Philharmonic at 20 o'clock. For critics and the audience, Denis Kozhukhin is a "magician of the piano", because his technique is flawless and he wisely combines the luster and power of what he performs. He has a great feeling for modeling the shape, maturity and unique sensitivity. In the last few years, his mentor is the famous pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim.
In Skopje, the Russian pianist will perform works by Mendelssohn (selection from "Poems Without Words"), Grig (selection from "Lyrical Pieces") and Prokofiev (Sonata No. 8).
Denis Kozhukhin is the winner of the first prize at the prestigious "Queen Elizabeth" competition in Brussels. At 23, Kozhuhin (1986) established himself as one of the greatest pianists of his generation. Only last season he performed with top orchestras including Concertgebouw, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, German Symphony Orchestra in Berlin, Philadelphia Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in Stockholm, Philharmonic Orchestra in Oslo, Chamber Orchestra "Mahler", Symphony Orchestra of Bi- Bi-Si, Berlin Philharmonic, Carnegie Hall ..., with top conductors such as Temirkanov, Christian Jarvi, Petrenko, Yamada ... As a recital pianist, Kozhukhin's performances include "Concerthouse" in Vienna, Philharmonic in Cologne, "Wigmore Hall "Verbier" festival Iiternacionalnite Piano Series in London, and participation at the "Pierre Boulez" concert hall in Berlin with maestro Daniel Barenboim. Behind him there are several editions of Piano and Orchestra concerts by Grig, Tchaikovsky, solos from Brahms ..., for which he won the "Editor's Choice" awards at "Gramophone" and "CD of the Month" in the magazine " Cartoon Forum ". "Gramophone" will describe him as a pianist with "a deep, cultured musical instinct, a developed and varied technique, but unobtrusive ... Listening to Kozhukhin, music becomes indisputable, complete ..."

Denis Kozuhin

What is that ... string quartet? - saturday 20th october at 12h. Macedonian philharmonia
"What is it?" with a aim to bring classical music closer to kids. The first part of the project refers to the string instruments and musical compositions that children and young people through an interactive and multimedia concert will be able to see / hear. The concert will include scenic movements and multimedia elements through which the participants will take them to the world of classical music and introduce them to the musical instruments and the way music of violin, viola and cello.
At the concert beside Plamenka Trajkovska will perform Natasha Didenko, Ljubica Boshkova and Maja Mihajlovska, professional musicians, employees of the Macedonian Philharmonic.
Plamenka Trajkovska - small chamber compositions
Plamenkova Trajkovska - small chamber composers have had the opportunity to realize several concerts for children in Skopje and in the homes for culture in Macedonia. Since the beginning of the year Plamenka Trajkovska - small chamber compositions realized several concerts for children entitled "Music and Dance for the Students" in the municipalities of Gjorce Petrov and Kisela Voda, and now they are launching a new project aimed at bringing the classical music closer to children - "What is that ... string quartet. "
Filharmonija koncert deca
For the first time in Macedonia, Gustav Kun, the top Austrian conductor  will be performed one of the most monumental symphonies of all time - Symphony no. 9 by Ludwig van Beethoven., on the stage of the Macedonian Philharmonic. "Fight, hope, victory" is the title of the forthcoming symphonic concert of the Macedonian Philharmonic, which will be held this Friday (October 19) at 20:00. 
In this grandiose project, alongside the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra, the soloists will be: Sofi Gordeladze - soprano (Georgia), George Vincent-Humphrey - Tenor (USA), Michael Kupfer - Bass Bariton (Germany) and Martha Loti - mezzo-soprano Italy), as well as the Philharmonic choir "Svetoslav Obretenov" from Bulgaria and the Macedonian choir "ProArs".
Ever since her premiere in Vienna, on May 9, 1824, when Beethoven was already completely deaf, conducting no real contact with musicians, due to which a debacle was avoided, Symphony no. 9 becomes one of the crucial works in musical history. The "Ninth" is not only the ultimate achievement of classicism and the work-guiding towards romanticism, but also a superior composition whose sounds are equated with the anthem of humanity and humanism. Therefore, this work is regularly present in the concert programs in the world, and its fourth paragraph, "Ode to Joy" was adopted by the Council of Europe in 1972 and has been used in the European Union since 1986 as the Anthem of Europe.
Austrian conductor Gustav Kun is founder, art director, chief conductor and stage director at the Tyrol Festival in Earl, a festival with a rich program in the field of classical music and opera, where he is also active as an artist. For more than 20 years, Gustav Kun is completely committed to conducting and producing operas, creating an outstanding artistic synthesis between music and the stage, and his name stands on a number of productions, including Salome, Don Carlo, Othello, , "Bohemians", "Falstaff" ..., performances that, as they describe the criticism, "take their breath". In 1993 he developed the series "Hal Opera" for the Santori Hall Opera in Tokyo. Guest conductor is the Berlin Philharmonic, the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Scala, the National Orchestra of France, the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra ... in the opera houses in Vienna, London, Salzburg, Paris, Milan .
Bethoven 9th simphony

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