From Russia With Love Yuri Bashmet and the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Russia
12 Sep 2018, 7:30 PM - 9:35 PM
“…without doubt, one of the world's greatest living musicians.”
The Times (UK) on Yuri Bashmet
“Tatiana Samouil celebrates music with incredible intensity and virtuosity.”
La Libre (Belgium) on Tatiana Samouil
"Most captivating... she played as if she was telling stories."
2018 Menuhin Competition Jury on Chloe Chua
Youth Symphony Orchestra of Russia
Yuri Bashmet, conductor
Tatiana Samouil, violin
Chloe Chua, violin
Kuzma Bodrov | Journey Through the Orchestra (Asian Premiere)
Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky | Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 35
Antonio Vivaldi | Concerto for 2 Violins in A Minor, Op. 522
Dmitri Shostakovich | Symphony No. 5 in D Minor, Op. 47
The Youth Symphony Orchestra of Russia led by the eminent violist and conductor Yuri Bashmet comes to Singapore in its debut Asian tour!
Formed in 2012, the Orchestra has performed throughout Russia including the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, and at the concert halls of Berlin, Brussels, Geneva and Vienna to critical acclaim. With 90 young musicians handpicked from auditions held in cities across Russia, the Orchestra is set to thrill audiences with its heart-stirring performance.
The special moments worth coming for:
Hear the ‘strong-willed, passionate and inspired playing’ (Kultura) of Tatiana Samouil who embodies the best traditions of the Russian violin school.
See the poise, confidence, and musical maturity of our very own Chloe Chua beyond her tender 11 years as she shares the stage with Tatiana in Vivaldi’s double violin concerto – her first orchestral performance after her stunning win at the 2018 Menuhin Competition.
Be the first in Asia to experience Journey Through the Orchestra and enjoy this wondrous epic work full of charm and surprise by the Kyrgyzstan-born composer Kuzma Bodrov.
Feel the emotion, meditation, humour and grandeur of the most beloved works by the two greats of Russian classical music: Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich.
Meet the remarkable future makers of classical music from Russia and Singapore in a celebration of 50 years of friendship between both countries.
Russian Concert Agency
Ministry of Culture Russian Federation
Foundation Presidential Grants
NUS Centre For the Arts
In conjunction with
NUS Arts Festival 2018
This programme is eligible for the Tote Board Arts Grant subsidy.
NUS University Cultural Centre
50 Kent Ridge Crescent
University Cultural Centre (UCC), National University of Singapore