Symphony concert in the open air will be held in Rostov on September 10 in honor of the 80th anniversary of the region. It will begin at 18:00 next to the Don State Public Library and will last an hour and a half.
According to Olga Kolesnikova, Head of the Information Policy Department of the Philharmonic Society, the townspeople will hear a concert for pianoforte and orchestra No. 2 by Sergei Prokofiev (a well-known Soviet composer, conductor, pianist - Ed. Ed.). In addition, they will play "Polovtsian Dances" from the opera "Prince Igor", created by Alexander Borodin (Russian composer, the founder of the Russian epic symphony). It is worth noting, the guests are also waiting for a musical surprise.
"We already conducted a similar concert in Rostov in June. The numbers from Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake", Prokofiev's ballet "Romeo and Juliet" and Stravinsky's compositions were played. About 2000 people came to listen. After the guests wrote a lot of positive feedback. In this regard, we decided to hold such a concert for the second time, "noted Olga Kolesnikova.
The concert will be attended by the artistic director of the Rostov Philharmonic and the main conductor of her symphony orchestra Valentin Uryupin and the specially invited young conductor from Belarus Dmitry Matviyenko.