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VI INTERNATIONAL CONSERVATOIRE WEEK FESTIVAL
CONCERT RPOGRAM

OCTOBER 25, WEDNESDAY
7 p. m.
Glazunov Hall

THE FREDERICK CHOPIN ACADEMY OF MUSIC
(WARSAW, POLAND)

THE GOLDEN HARP

ANDRE CAPLET
(18781925)

Two Divertimenti for harp (1924):
2. A LESPAGNOLE

BERNARD ANDRES (1941)

ELEGIE POUR LA MORT DUN BERGER

GABRIEL PIERNE
(18631937)

IMPROMPTU-CAPRICE, Op. 9

Zuzanna SAWICKA, harp

The concert is supported by
the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in St. Petersburg

PARADE OF QUARTETS
IN THE QUARTET ASSEMBLIES HALL

THE ST. PETERSBURG
RIMSKY-KORSAKOV STATE CONSERVATOIRE

FESTIVAL PREMIERE

ALEXANDER PRIOR
(1993)

FEAST OF THE KINGS
for string quartet after Pavel Filonov (2006)

FIRST PERFORMANCE

DMITRY SCHOSTAKOVICH
(19061975)

STRING QUARTET No. 3, Op. 73 (1946):
Movements 3, 4, 5

Conservatoire-Quartet:
Ilya KOZLOV, violin
Olga ZARAPINA, violin
Vladimir TKACHENKO, viola
Natalia NESKOROMNAYA, cello

FITZWILLIAM COLLEGE,
UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE (GREAT BRITAIN)

ORLANDO GIBBONS
(15831625)

THE SILVER SWAN madrigal
(pub. 1612)

JONATHAN RATHBONE

MORE FOOLS THAN WISE (2005, after Gibbons)
Written for the Fitzwilliam String Quartet

DMITRY SCHOSTAKOVICH
(19061975)

STRING QUARTET No. 9, Op. 117 (1964)

The Fitzwilliam String Quartet:
Lucy RUSSELL, violin
Jonathan SPAREY, violin
Alan GEORGE, viola
Andrew SKIDMORE, cello

TEREM QUARTET

The concert is supported by
British Council in St. Petersburg,
the United Kingdom Shostakovich Society

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