Хор МГУ исполнил Литургию П. И. Чайковского в храме Спаса Нерукотворного в с. Усово

В День Праздника Святой Троицы АХ МГУ побывал с гастролями в Храме Спаса Нерукотворного в с. Усово, где исполнил Литургию П. И. Чайковского. Выступление проходило непосредственно в храме, а не в концертном зале, как планировалось изначально. Шикарная акустика, внимательные слушатели и общая серьезная атмосфера, навеянная произведением, не оставили никого равнодушным. По окончании выступления Хор удостоился архиерейской почести – как только участники коллектива вышли из храма, зазвучал праздничный трезвон. Таким образом хозяева выразили хору свое почтение и благодарность. Continue reading “Хор МГУ исполнил Литургию П. И. Чайковского в храме Спаса Нерукотворного в с. Усово”

Saint Petersburg: “The Admiralty Music” and “Carmina Burana”

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ACH MSU after M. V. Lomonosov was the last time this year, performed a cantata by Carl Orff “Carmina Burana” together with the Orchestra of the Russian Navy, the academic choir of the University of St. Petersburg and chorus of boys of M. I. Glinka choral school. The performance took place in St. Petersburg under the aegis of the XVIII International festival “Admiralty music” in the famous Philharmonic hall on 10 December 2017.
Conductor – Alexey Karabanov.
Artistic Director of the Academic choir of Moscow state University after M. V. Lomonosov – Mirza Askerov
Artistic Director of Academic choir of St. Petersburg University – Eduard Krotman
Artistic Director of the choir of boys of choral school after M. I. Glinka – Vladimir Begletsov

Greetings, faculty of fundamental medicine


7 Dec 2017 Academic choir of Moscow state University. M. V. Lomonosov took part in the official ceremony of congratulations on the 25th anniversary of the faculty of fundamental medicine of Moscow state University. The performance of the student anthem “Gaudeamus” was held the meeting, which was attended by the Minister of health, Professor V. I. Skvortsova, Moscow state University rector academician V. A. Sadovnichy, Dean of the faculty of fundamental medicine, Professor V. A. Tkachuk, members of administration, staff and students of the faculty, guests. At the end of the event Academic choir performed for the old student song “From the country, a distant country”, a Russian song by A. Varlamov, “What must I live and grieve” (soloist Ekaterina Kolcheva, soprano), old Russian romance arranged by M. Malinin “The Legend of the twelve robbers” (soloist Artem Borysenko, bass), Russian folk song arranged by P. Plaksin, “Oh, you, canopy, my canopy”. With a short greeting on behalf of Academic Choir of the Moscow state University acted as the artistic Director of the choir and orchestra of the Moscow state University Mirza Askerov. V. A. Tkachuk warmly thanked the Choir for their participation in this evening. In conclusion, the choir sang “Many Years”. Artists of the choir were invited to a reception in honor of the anniversary of the faculty. The nice party ended informally. wZCuVhuN39A

The MSU choir has performed Carl Orff’s cantata “Carmina Burana”


MSU Choir on the scene of BHC
MSU Choir on the scene of BHC
19 and 26 November 2017 Academic choir of Moscow State University. M. V. Lomonosov was again performed in the Great hall of the Moscow State Conservatory. P. I. Tchaikovsky, sacred to all musicians. Sounded from the stage the most famous work of the twentieth century, written by Carl Orff — is immortal and relevant for all time, the legendary scenic cantata “Carmina Burana,” a piece written based on the medieval poems, in fact, one of the most popular works of world musical heritage.

As part of the big combined choir attended the State academic choral Capella named after A. A. Yurlov Academic choir of Moscow state University. M. V. Lomonosov and Children’s choir of academic Bolshoi theatre of Russia. The assembled choir and the State academic symphonic chapel of Russia in the evening was conducted by Maestro Philip Chizhevsky, conductor of the Bolshoi Theatre, conductor of symphonic choir.
Soloists: Andrzej Beletsky (baritone), Darya Zykova (soprano)