Bolshoi Theater
Chamber Orchestra
in concert

Elena Obraztsova, mezzo-soprano
Mikhail Petukhov, piano
Bolshoi Theater Chamber Orchestra
Yuri Simonov, conductor

Catalog #S022592CD [ADD]
G. F. Handel "Dignare, Domine" from Te Deum, HWV 283
G. B. Pergolesi "Quae moerebat et dolebat" from Stabat Mater
W. A. Mozart Divertimento in D major, K 136
C. Saint-SaŽns Wedding Cake for Piano and String Orchestra
F. Liszt Rhapsodie espagnole
Arr. for piano and chamber orchestra by Mikhail Petukhov
P. I. Tchaikovsky Serenade for Strings in C major op. 48 (1880)

Recorded live at the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, 1982-84

Program Notes

The Bolshoi Theater Chamber Orchestra was founded by the Bolshoi Theater's Principal Conductor Yuri Simonov and members of the Bolshoi Theater Orchestra. The orchestra made its first concert appearance in 1979 to great public and critical acclaim. Since then, the orchestra has appeared regularly on concert stages of Moscow and other cities of the former Soviet Union. Under the direction of Yuri Simonov, the orchestra went on tour to Germany, Italy, Hungary, and Poland.


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