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20 June 2018

VIVARTE festivals pictured

About the 3rd International Chamber Music Festival VIVARTE organised by the U-Art: You and Art Foundation jointly with the State Tretyakov Gallery.  Six chamber music concerts were held in the Vrubel Hall. Each concert programme was associated with an exhibition of one masterpiece from the vaults of Tretyakov Gallery with descriptions from the leading gallery custodians. VIVARTE festival ended with a “musical promenade”.

Photo: Evgeny Evtyukhov, Kirill Kudryavtsev


3 June Mikhail Kopelman (violin) and Boris Andrianov (cello)

Iveta Manasherova, the Founder of the U-Art: You and Art Foundation, and Iveta Manasherova, the President of Vivarte Festival, and Zelfira Tregulova, the General Director of the State Tretyakov Gallery, open Vivarte Festival.

Irina Shumanova, the Head of the Department for Graphic Arts of the 18th Century and Early 20th Century, describes the painting by M. Larionov.

Mikhail Kopelman, first violin

Kopelman Quartet composed of Mikhail Kopelman, first violin; Boris Kuschnir, second violin; Igor Sulyga, viola; Mikhail Milman, cello

Kopelman Quartet

5 June Evening painting Paris by K. Korovin

Margarita Chizhmak, the research associate of the Department for Paintings of the second half of the 19th century and early 20th century, describes the evening painting Paris by K. Korovin Korovin donated this work to his follower.

Iveta Manasherova, the Festival President

Grigory Kovalevsky, bass

Kopelman Quartet composed of Mikhail Kopelman, first violin; Boris Kuschnir, second violin; Igor Sulyga, viola; Mikhail Milman, cello

Mikhail Milman, cello

6 June Evening painting Lilac Bush in Bloom (1904 - 1905) by M. Larionov

Sergey Nakaryakov, trumpet/flugelhorn; Evgeny Brakhman, piano; Elena Revich, violin; Aleksandr Mitinsky, viola; Fedor Belugin, viola; Denis Shapovalov, cello

Sergey Nakaryakov, trumpet/flugelhorn; Evgeny Brakhman, piano

Elena Revich, violin, and Denis Shapovalov, cello

Boris Andriano, the Art Director of the Festival, and Tamaz Manasherov, the founder of the U-Art: You and Art Foundation

Denis Shapovalov and Iveta Manasherova

Ilya Gringolts, Grigory Krotenko and Igor Fedorov

Elias Faingersh, trombone (Switzerland)

Olga Muromtseva, Sergey Nakaryakov and Grigory Krotenko

7 June Olga Muromtseva, Cultural Charitable Foundation U-Art: You and Art

Sergey Malov, violin, and Andrey Pushkarev, vibraphone

Sergey Malov, violin

8 June Evgeniya Ilyukhina, Deputy Head of the Department for Graphic Arts of the 18th Century and Early 20th Century, describes the evening painting Theatrical Costume Sketch by M. Larionov

Igor Stravinsky (1882–1971) The Tale of Fugitive Soldier and Devil Read, Played and Danced inspired by Russian folk tales collected by A.N. Afanasyev (1917)

Grigory Krotenko, Elias Faingersh and Igor Fedorov

9 June Boris Andrianov, the Art Director of Vivarte Festival

Alena Baeva, violin, and Ilya Gringolts, violin

Andrey Usov, viola

Alena Baeva, violin

Ilya Gringolts, violin; Boris Andrianov, cello; Konstantin Livshits, piano

Iveta Manasherova, the founder of the U-Art: You and Art Foundation and Festival President

10 June Musical Promenade Boris Andrianov, cello, and Dmitry Illarionov, guitar

Elias Faingersh, trombone Trombone Magic Programme

Aleksey Aigui & Ensemble 4'33"




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