This weekend, Dmitri Hvorostovsky gives his final concert at the Tobolsk Kremlin. Reprising his new program of “Songs by Soviet Composers,” the Siberian baritone is joined by the Novaya Opera Orchestra and St. Petersburg’s Style of Five folk ensemble under the direction of Constantine Orbelian. Presented as part of the Tyumen Philharmonic’s summer season, the concert takes place on Saturday. Click here for tickets.
Final concert of the summer in Tobolsk
Songs by Soviet Composers at the Novaya Opera
In concert at Pavlovo Podvorye Entertainment Center
Continuing his summer concert performances in his native Russia, Dmitri Hvorostovsky will appear at the Kolobov Novaya Opera Theatre of Moscow on July 16. Performing with the theatre’s eponymous orchestra under conductor Constantine Orbelian, the Siberian baritone offers a concert program titled “Songs by Soviet Composers.” Among the represented composers are Aleksandra Pakhmutova (“Tenderness”), Tikhon Khrennikov (“Moscow Windows”), Vasily Solovyov-Sedoi (the iconic “Moscow Nights”), Yan Frenkel (“Russian Field”), Kirill Molchanov (“Wait for Me”), and Arno Babadzhanyan (“Don’t Hurry”). For ticket information, click here.
This Sunday, Dmitri Hvorostovsky appears in concert in his native Russia at the Pavlovo Podvorye Entertainment Center as part of the “Moscow Nights” festival. Joined by soprano Hibla Gerzmava with longtime collaborator Constantine Orbelian leading the Svetlanov State Academic Symphony Orchestra, the Siberian baritone offers an evening of arias and duets. For more information, click here.