Mercury Jewelry Company is presenting concert of Denis Matsuev in Barvikha Luxury Village on February 14th 2016
Rapid rise of Denis Matsuev's career started after his triumph at XI International Competition named after P.I. Tchaikovsky that took place in Moscow (1998). Today, his performances are planned for few years ahead and always have success at the most prestigious stages of the world, accompanied by the best orchestras under the lead of distinguished conductors.
When asked by journalists about what audience actor prefers, Matsuev answers: «The best, but also the most difficult audience - Russian. It is hard to get into our people's hearts, but if you do - it's mysterious Russian soul - it can take you in as you do not even deserve. It was a concert in Moscow, in the Great Hall of the Conservatory - the biggest test of the season, not in New York's Carnegie Hall and London's Royal Albert Hall. This mysticism, which can’t be explained in words. If you can make it in front of the Russian audience, then you can make it anywhere».
In 2014, Denis Matsuev was given the honor to speak at the official Closing Ceremony of the XXII Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. In April 2014, UNESCO awarded Denis Matsuev with the honorary title - «UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador».
Russian State Orchestra named after E.F. Svetlanov - is one of the oldest symphonic collectives in the country. Its first performance took place on October 5th, 1936 in the Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory. At the head of the team you could find outstanding musicians - Alexander Gauk, Nathan Rachlin, Konstantin Ivanov, Evgeny Svetlanov. Under the leadership of Svetlanov, Orchestra has become one of the best in the world. In 2005, the State Orchestra was named after the conductor. In 2011, the world-famous musician Vladimir Jurowski was assigned as an artistic director.
State Orchestra has performed at the most famous concert stages around the world, including the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory and Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow, Carnegie Hall in New York, Musikverein in Vienna, Albert Hall in London.
1st compartment - N. Rimsky-Korsakov «Scheherazade», symphonic suite, Op. 35