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  • Date: 9-09-2019, 12:10
9-09-2019, 12:10

The Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation presents

Category: en, Projects, Christmas festival

A great tradition of the Orthodox Christmas in Lithuania is the presentation of scholars and young talent from the Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation. This year, the festival organizers, together with the Foundation, will present a concert of young talents, winners of many competitions, students of the famous Moscow teacher, pianist Mira Marchenko - Valentin Malinin and Rodion Shakirov - to be held on December 4th at St. Catherine Church.The programme includes works by S. Rachmaninov, A. Skriabin, A. Borodin, S. Prokofiev, J. S. Bach-F. Busoni, Ž. Works by F. Ram, R. Schumann.

The Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation presents

Valentin Malinin is a grade 11 student at the Central Music School under the Moscow Conservatory, and is a scholar of the Vladimir Spivakov International Charitable Foundation. The young musician has performed in such famous Russian concert halls as the Moscow Conservatory Great and Small halls, Rachmaninov, Moscow International Music House, Moscow P. Tchaikovsky, Marinsky Theater, “Zariadjie” Concert Hall, etc. Valentin is a laureate and diploma recipient of Russian and international piano competitions and festivals, such as “A Step Towards Excellence” (St. Petersburg), “Grand Piano Competition-2018”, “Sterne Von Morgen” (Austria), “American Fine Arts Festival” ( Georgia), “Rheingau Musik Festival” (Germany), Ferruccio Busoni (2019, Italy). The musician is also successful in combining his piano work with composer's work, being the author of piano and chamber orchestra works, which has repeatedly won the recognition of the audience.
In 2018 Valentin’s performance at the International Festival of Orthodox Christmas in Lithuania was received very well, so it was decided to invite him again.


The Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation presents

Rodion Shakirov is a scholar of the Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation. He was born in 2007 in Moscow. He has been studying in M.Marchenko's special piano class at the Central Music School under the Moscow Conservatory since he was four years old. Despite his young age, Rodion has already won many competitions: VII International Piano Competition Europe-Asia (1st prize), S. Prokofiev International Young Musicians Competition (1st prize), XI Festival-Concurso Internacional Villahermosa (Mexico), Winner of the Tokyo International Music Competition (1st Prize), 2nd International Music Competition Grand Prize (I Prize), Young Piano Stars (1st Prize, Germany), 3rd Moscow International Vladimir Krajnev Piano Competition (winner), etc. Rodion participated in international festivals: N. Petrov's festival, "Russian Imperial Gardens", "Moscow Meets Friends", International Music Festival in Rheingau (Germany). He has performed in Estonia, Italy, Croatia, Germany, Russia.

Maestro Vladimir Spivakov for the programme “Intercultural Dialogue”: “I am delighted that our creative dialogue is becoming a tradition, and that it is a good sign, because culture is the only place where consensus, understanding, and peaceful relations are established. I am sincerely pleased that my Lithuanian friends, my esteemed colleagues, are doing everything possible to make harmony triumph ... ”

The Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation presents

Laureate of Lithuanian National Prize, conductor, prof. Saulius Sondeckis:
“The activities of the Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Fund deserve the highest recognition and the most beautiful words of admiration.
Vladimir Spivakov, a distinguished personality, a representative of the Russian cultural elite, and one of the most acclaimed musicians in the world, has devoted much of his creative life to the younger generation. It opens the way for young people to discover and develop their talents.
The first steps on the stage, participation in concerts organized by the Foundation, are closely watched by the great Maestro himself and his closest associates, Ekaterina Shirman and Piotr Gulko. One can only dream of such care for young people.
I look to the future with confidence as the next generation of the music elite comes boldly. As a musician, I am amazed at the Foundation's meticulous and high-quality selection of patrons, not only in Russia but almost all over the world. The scale of the Foundation's activities is staggering, and only talented people can do such work. I hope that the relations between Lithuania and Spivakov Foundation will strengthen and bring great benefits to the youth of our country.
I wholeheartedly welcome this cooperation, and especially because Irena Zacharova, director of the Slavic School of Traditional Music, represents the activities of the Spivakov Foundation in Lithuania as an excellent organizer of the "Dialogue between Cultures" program. Recognizing her as a tireless promoter of Russian music culture in Lithuania and remembering her well-organized concerts of Russian and Lithuanian musicians, I have no doubt that the foundation will also receive valuable support. ”

The festival is organized by the Slavic School of Traditional Music.
Sponsors: Lithuanian Council for Culture, Vilnius City Municipality, The Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation.

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