Trio Svetlana - Grieg in Bergen 2020
FRI 17. & SAT 18. JULY at 7.30 pm
Svetlana Abzalova, soprano
Tulskaia Viktoriia, violin
Anastasia Korotina, piano

This fine group from Russia recently became prize winner of the "Winterreise" 2020 competition in Moscow. The combination soprano, violin and piano is not heard every day. The exceptional and beautiful sonority of the soprano in a combination with violin and the accompany of the piano, not to forget the great delivery of the music, creates an intense athomspher during the entire concert. Just take a glimpse of the program!

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L. WEBBER (1948)
«Pie Jesu» arr. for vocal, violin and piano

R. GLIER (1875-165)
«Oh, if my sadness ...» (lyr. O. Rosswein) arr. for vocal, violin and piano

M. GLINKA (1804-1857)
Lyudmila’s aria from the opera «Ruslan and Lyudmila» arr. for vocal, violin and piano

E. GRIEG (1843-1907)
Violin Sonata No 3 in c-minor, Op 45

P. TCHAIKOWSKY (1843-1893)
1. «Tell about what in the shadow of branches…» (lyr. Vladimir Sollogub)
2. «Forget So Soon» for vocal and piano (lyr.Aleksey Apukhtin)

1. «From what» («??????») for vocal and piano (lyr. L. May)
2. «Nights are crazy» for vocal and piano (lyr. Aleksey Apukhtin)
3. Romance «If I knew, if I knew», for vocal and piano

«Whether day reigns» (lyr. Aleksey Apukhtin), for vocal and piano

M. IPPOLITOV (1859-1935)
Romances for vocal, violin and piano (lyr. Rabindranath Tagore)

«Gypsy rhapsody» for violin and piano

J. HEIFETZ (1901-1987)
«An American in Paris» (Gershwin), for violin and piano

S. RACHMANINOFF (1873-1943)
«Do not sing, beauty, with me» (lyr. Alexander Pushkin), arr. for vocal, violin and piano

R. STRAUSS (1864-1949)
«Morgen» (lyr. John Mackay), arr. for vocal, violin and piano

A. ALYABYEV (1787-1851)
«Nightingale» (lyr. Anton Delvig), arr. for vocal, violin and piano

SVETLANA ABZALOVA graduated of Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory (First-class degree Diploma, 2004) and a postgraduate course in 2008. Laureate of All-Russian ... and international vocal competitions. 2003 – 2008 she was soloist of the State Russian Army Song and Dance Ensemble, Russian radio and TV. Guest performances in Italy (Beethoven’s 9th symphony), South Korea (main part in Chorus Girl, opera by Agafonnikov), Poland, and Turkey; regular performer at Svyatoslav Richter Festival and Autumn in Moscow musical festival.

Her repertoire includes Susanna in Die Hochzeit des Figaro, Eros and Euridice in Orfeo ed Euridice, Woman in Expectation, a mono-opera by Michael Tariverdiev. Performer of the soprano part in Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater at the Grand Hall of the Moscow conservatory, in Requiem by E. Webber (conducted by V. Ziva), participant of H.G. Neuhaus festival in Saratov (Russia); permanent soloist in Chamber Choir of the Moscow Conservatory conducted by prof. B. Tevlin. Permanent participant of concerts and operas at M. Glinka Society.

Since 2007 a professor at vocal department of the Academic Musical College affiliated to the Moscow conservatory, and since 2011, professor of the Moscow Tchaikovsky State Conservatory. Svetlana performes regularly at the Grand Hall and other concert halls of the Moscow Conservatory, halls of the Moscow Philharmonic society as well as in other concert events of Moscow and cities in Russia.

TULSKAIA VIKTORIIA - A fourth-year student of the Orchestral Department of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory. She began to study music at the age of 5 and entered the special music school to study violin and piano. Graduated from Tchaikovsky Musical School at the Academic Music College at the Moscow State Conservatory, Tchaikovsky Academic Music College at the Moscow State Conservatory. She now studies at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory, student of the People`s Artist of Russia Prof. V. Ivanov. Laureate and diploma winner of Russian and international competitions. As a soloist, Tulskaia has participated in concerts in the Great Hall, The Chamber Hall, The Rachmaninoff Hall, The Myaskovsky Hall of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Zaryadye Concert Hall, The Gnessin Russian Academy of Music, The Moscow International Performing Arts Center, the State Museum of Music, in the Tretyakov Gallery, the House of Composers, in the Kremlin Armory, in the New Stage of the Bolshoi Theater and in other concert venues in Russia, Spain, France, Slovenia, Croatia.

She took part in the programs conducted by the Association of Socio-Cultural Initiatives “Classical Heritage“, thematic concerts in the State Museum of L. N. Tolstoy, the State Museum of A.S. Pushkin, the Theater Museum and many others. She also plays piano and studied composition division at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory. Author and performer of songs in Russian and English. Tulskaia collaborates with the Dmitry Pokrovsky Ensemble as a violinist and vocalist.

ANASTASIA KOROTINA studied piano and musicology at the Voronezh College of Music and Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory. She has won more than ten international music competitions as a soloist and a member of chamber ensembles. Anastasia performs frequently in various concert halls in Russia and Germany.

She is currently studying on a PhD program at the Department of Contemporary Music of the Moscow State Conservatory. Her area of interest is Russian music of the second half of the 20th century. Anastasia is an accompanist at the Moscow Conservatory and a teacher of music theory at a music school. She participates in musicological conferences and gives public lectures on history of music.

Concert Info
Svetlana Abzalova, soprano
Tulskaia Viktoriia, violin
Anastasia Korotina, piano

Friday 17th &
Saturday 18th of July
at 7.30 pm

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