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St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra
Yuri Temirkanov / Nikolai Alexeev

GREAT ORCHESTRAS - GREAT CONDUCTORS

Three concerts by a historic orchestra. The St. Petersburg Philharmonic is the oldest symphony orchestra in Russia (founded in 1882) and one of the world’s leading musical ensembles. Since 1988 its Artistic Director has been Yuri Temirkanov (winner of the Abbiati Prize in 2003 and 2007), who will be conducting the orchestra on 22-23 November. At the third concert (24 November) he will hand over his baton to Nikolai Alexeev, a distinguished member of the younger generation of conductors.


- Johannes Brahms: Piano Concerto no 1
- Pyotr IliychTchaikovsky: Symphony no 4

SOLOIST George-Emmanuel Lazaridis piano

CONDUCTOR Nikolai Alexeev


SPONSOR
NATIONAL BANK OF GREECE