On February 15, 2018, The Prague Philharmonic Orchestra will perform together with the Great Symphony Orchestra by P. I. Tchaikovsky, led by world-renowned conductor Vladimir Fedoziev, in Moscow. The concert will take place during the 85th anniversary of the birth of conductor Vladimir Fedoziev and within the 100th anniversary of the birth of Czechoslovakia.
Antonín Dvořák – Stabat mater op.58.
Place: Moscow State Conservatory, Grand Hall, Bolshaja Nikitskaja 13/6. The concert begins at 7:00 p.m.
The Moscow State Conservatory of P. I. Tchaikovsky is the most important musical educational institution in Moscow. It is still considered one of the best music schools in the world. More information about the Conservatory can be found here.
The Grand Hall of the Conservatoire was ceremonially opened on April 20, 1901. Since then, the most famous Russian, Soviet, foreign musicians and orchestras have performed in the hall and various competitions and festivals have been held here. In the years 1920 – 1930 there was a cinema in the hall, during the II. World War was a building used as a hospital. Nowadays, the Grand Hall of the Moscow State Conservatory is one of the most inconspicuous venues for classical music concerts in Moscow. The performances of world-famous choirs and orchestras are regularly held here. The hall is richly decorated with portraits of Russian and foreign composers. In the foyer there is a reconstructed stained-glass window Sacred Cecilia, which is considered a patron of church music.