||The Academic Music
College Choir of The Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatoire is one of the oldest
musical ediucational istitution founded in 1891. The choir conductor and
its artistic director is a ctltbrated musician Leonid Pavlov, an Honoured
Artist of Russia. L. Pavlov finished the Moscow Thaikovsky Conservatoire.
His lecturers were prof. A. Sveshnikov, V. Sokolov, S. Kazansky.
The choir members are future professional singers and choirmasters. This youth choir is continuing and developing the best tradition of Russia choirus singing.
|There are spiritual
composition by D.Bortnyansky, P. Tchaikovsky, S. Rakhmaninov,A. Arkhangelsky,
P. Chesnokov as well as Russian and Ukrain folk songs, works of outstanding
modern composers like D. Shostakovich, G. Sviridov, R. Shedrin, items of
the West-European classical music and Large symphony compositions in theire
The choir performances are alwayse an inevitable success in the best concert halls of Moscow and other cities. It has many times been recorded both by radio and television..
||In 1991 the choir
was the first and third winner at the International polyphonic competition
"Gvido d'Arezzo" (Italy).The same yeare it took part in an International
choral Christmas music festival in Battipalia (Italy) and sang in the Vatican
in the presence of the Pope Johan Paul II. In 1993 the choir was rewarded
with a special Peace prize at an International competition in Corc (Ireland).
"The choir's perfomances are extraordinarily expressive and especially
when performing Russia music ("Ave Maria" by S. Rakhmaninov) they have
shown their brethtakingly deep interpretation" ("Irish Times", April 1993)
In December 1995 the Choir was on tour in Finland.
"Down-streame the mother-river Volga" - arr. A.Sveshnikov
"Bright moon is shine" - arr. A. Sveshnikov
"Oh, girls backing home" - arr. A. Sveshnikov
P. Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) - "Liturgy of Ioan Zlatoust ¹¹10, 11; "Sleeping golden cloudlet"
S. Rakhmaninov (1873-1943) - "Night service" ¹¹1, 5, 6, 15; "Shining for You"
A. Arkhangelsky (1846-1924) - concert for choir
Anonym XVIII c. - "Many Years"
G. Sviridov (b. 1915) - 3 fragment from "Pushkin's garland" - "Echo", "Natasha", "Daybreak"
R. Shedrin (b. 1932) - 4 choirs for Tvardovsky verses
Shubert - Messe G-dur
Bach - Motet "Lobert den Herrn alle Heiden"
Brukner - Introitus
Palestrina - 2 motets
Gabrieli - Kyrie
Donato - Galiarda
Skarlatti - Motet
Tompson - Alleluia