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Maxim Vengerov returns to Australia!

11222465_10153772298015522_1456819085522571061_nIn a weeks time Maxim will be en route to Australia to perform with and conduct the Queensland Symphony Orchestra as part of their Tchaikovsky Gala on 29 & 30 November 2016 at QPAC, Brisbane Australia.

In the first half, Maxim will perform Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto (conducted by Jonathan Brett), and the second half will see him take up the baton and conduct the QSO in Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No.6.

 

Maxim Vengerov continues Artist Residency with Oxford Philharmonic

mv-performing-woxford-philharmonic-c-brendon-fraser-smallNext Thursday Maxim Vengerov continues his artist residency with the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra in a performance at the Sheldonian Theatre Oxford, U.K.

Together they will perform Beethoven’s Violin Concerto AND the world premiere of Eugene Birman’s Violin Concerto!

For more info please click here.

Vengerov: Chairman of Jury @ Intl Wieniawski Competition

538E0419 small copyOver the following 2 weeks Maxim Vengerov will be acting as Chairman of the Jury at the International Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition, in Poznan Poland.

The competition was officially opened on the 8th October with a concert featuring the first prize winner of the 14th International Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition (2011) and will finish on the 23rd October with a Prize Giving Ceremony Gala Concert.

More information can be found here.

Maxim Vengerov performs at farewell concert for UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon

ctywnk-wyaau_ezSunday night saw Maxim Vengerov perform in a special farewell concert dedicated to the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, alongside the UN Orchestra. The concert took place at Victoria Hall Geneva, “in the presence of former Secretary General Kofi Annan, Swiss political dignitaries from the federal, cantonal and city levels, as well as from the Fondation pour Genève“.1 

Maestro Antoine Marguier – the conductor for the evening’s concert, led the orchestra in an all-Tchaikovsky programme, which included “a masterful interpretation of the violin concerto by Maxim Vengerov”.2

To see more photos of the evening’s events visit our coverage story on Facebook.

 

ClassicFM video interview with Maxim Vengerov: How to get the most out of your practice & more…

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Prior to his appearance at ClassicFM Live, ClassicFM asked #MaximVengerov to share his top tips for getting the most out of your practice sessions and the piece of advice he’d give to all aspiring musicians…Click here to see Maxim’s answers during this video interview!

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