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The King's 24 Violins
JazzNOVAT - Jazz yesterday.Today
JazzNOVAT. Zenia McPherson and Igor Butman trio
JazzNOVAT. Oleg Akkuratov Trio
Liederabend. German Music Night
Stabat Mater: Vivaldi - Verdi - Poulenc
In honour of Jacques
Leonard Bernstein gala
Beethoven nights
Big waltz
Waltz. Tango. Foxtrot
Golden days of my spring
Windmills of a man from La Mancha (Following Don Quixotes trail)
A Night of Duets
Fine arts night
Come Back to Sorrento
Graduation performance of the Novosibirsk State Ballet School
Gala concert Anna Zharova
Gala concert Vadim Gluzman
Gala concert Veronika Dzhioeva
Opera and ballet stars gala concert
Ballet stars gala
Opera and ballet stars gala concert
Opera and ballet stars gala concert
Roman Polkovnikov gala concert
Orchestra Voices
Grotesque and humor
Denis Matsuev. Solo concert "To the city and the world"
Gioachino Rossini. Composer and Chef
Celebrating the Victory Day
Duets of love and hatred
Gems of baroque
Siberian seasonsInternational festival closing ceremony
West Siberia East
West Siberia East
Winter in Buenos Aires
Winter festive evening in NOVAT
From Rome to Buenos Aires
From Siberia with Jazz
Cineconcert "Souzmult"
String orchestra classics
Around the world journey to the tango realm
Legendary singers of the Novosibirsk Opera
Summer operetta night
Summer in Buenos Aires
Tunes and rhythms of the world
Monologues of Love
Mozart & Shostakovich. Two geniuses, two worlds
Music for gourmets
Music for Us
Music for Us
Music for Us
"Well, Just You Wait!" Soyuzmultfilm animated concert
"Medley" Soyuzmultfilm animated concert
Our best songs
NOVAT lights the stars
Operetta night
Concert of Russian folk instrument orchestra of the Nosovibirsk Special music school
Waltz of the Fall
Autumn in Buenos Aires
Opening of the International festival Siberian Seasons
Songs of war time
In the wake of our memory ...
To Vivaldis music
Spring holiday in NOVAT
Childhood festival in NOVAT
Opera special day
Russian Opera festival
Festive May
Love Confession
Goodbye Astor. Mozarts last tango
Jourjey to opera. The Golden Cockerel
Pushkins sonnet sequence
Rachmaninoff and Mentors
Messa da Requiem
Messa da Requiem
Romance in French
Russian church and folk music
Happy birthday, NOVAT!
Happy Birthday, NOVAT!
Happy Birthday, NOVAT!
Marriage of Sun and Spring
Symphonic poems
Tales from the Vienna Woods
Recital of Veronica Dzhioeva
Thank you, my heart...
Feodor Chaliapin the Tsar bass
Masterpieces of Russian romance
Masterpieces of Russian romance
Masterpieces of Russian romance
Masterpieces of Russian romance
Masterpieces of Russian romance
Masterpieces of Russian romance

Beethoven nights

oncert in 2 parts

one intermission

"There is nothing more beautiful than to approach the divine and spread its rays to humanity," as Ludwig van Beethoven said. This statement applies not just to the music of the great German composer, but to the whole philosophy of his life. Beethoven was a humanist who sought the power in art that could reconcile and unite all people on our planet. Who would have thought that the name of Beethoven, who shocked his contemporaries with his constantly disheveled appearance, impudent manner of communication and, as it seemed, "wild" piano finds, would eventually take a place on a par with such titans of artistic thought as Tolstoy, Rembrandt, and Shakespeare. Until now, Beethoven is not just one of the most performed composers in the whole world, but also one of the most significant.

The leading soloists of the opera and the artists of the Theatres Symphony Orchestra will perform chamber and orchestral, vocal and instrumental works by L.V. Beethoven. The musical director and conductor is Dmitri Jurowski.

The concert program includes:
- Overture "Egmont"
- "Sacred Procession" with the music to the play "King Stephen" by A. Kotzebue
- Overture "Leonore No. 1" in C major
- String Quartet No. 14 in C sharp minor (Part I)
- "Elegiac Song" (Elegischer Gesang) for four voices and string quartet
- "The one who held the covenant tight in the storm" (Der den Bund im Sturme fest gehalten) from the cantata "The Glorious Moment" (Der glorreiche Augenblick)
- The first and second songs of Klerchen with the music to the tragedy "Egmont" by V. Goethe and others.