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Maxim Vengerov on tour in Australia – Feb 2017

After receiving rave reviews for his performances during his Musica Viva recital tour in December 2015, Maxim Vengerov returns to tour Australia again this February – a tour made up of very special gala concert & events:

17/02 & 18/02: Maxim returns to Australia to open the season of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra @ the Sydney Opera House, conducted by Chief conductor & Artistic Director David Robertson http://buff.ly/2j5rqCZ

Maxim Vengerov then continues his February 2017 Australian tour in Brisbane in celebration of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s 70th Birthday :

22/02: Maxim Vengerov in conversation with Music Director Alondra De La Parra http://bit.ly/2melWXV

23/02: Maxim Vengerov in Recital with Roustem Saitkoulov @ QPAC http://bit.ly/2iLWsQy – this performance heralds Vengerov’s tenure as 2017 Artist-in-Residence with QSO.

On to Melbourne…

28/02: Maxim will open the season of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra with a performance of Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto & in the 2nd half he will also conduct Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade http://buff.ly/2k1s0pg

Action packed February for Maxim Vengerov!!…

11222465_10153772298015522_1456819085522571061_nFebruary 2017 will see Maxim Vengerov cover the globe! Performing, conducting & giving masterclasses in Europe & Australia. Here are some of our *highlights*:

7th February will see Maxim give a live-streamed masterclass at the Royal College of Music, London. Click here for details on how to join the live-stream. 

9th February, Maxim will celebrate Chinese New Year @ the Southbank Centre‘s Royal Festival Hall with the Philharmonia Orchestra & Maestro Long Yu.

17th & 18th February will see Maxim return to Australia to open the season of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra @ the Sydney Opera House.

23rd February, Maxim will return to the Queensland Symphony Orchestra as the 2017 Artist in Residence in a recital at QPAC with Roustem Saitkoulov.

28th February will see Maxim open the season of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra with a performance of Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto & in the 2nd half he will also conduct Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade.

Phew! A busy & exciting February 2017!

For Maxim’s full concert schedule you can visit: http://nfbm.com/maxim-vengerov/

Maxim Vengerov on tour in Asia!

15267537_1200492900016779_843429364393668366_nMaxim Vengerov kicks off his Asia tour today with a concert in Wuhan China joined by the Russian National Orchestra and conductor Mikhail Pletnev.

Following this performance, Maxim will travel to Japan and then back to China for three back to back recitals:

Dec 5th: Tokyo, Japan

Dec 7th: Recital @ National Centre for the Performing Arts, Beijing
Dec 9th: Recital @ Shanghai Symphony Hall
Dec 11th: Recital @ Changsha, China, Concert Hall

For the three recitals, Maxim will be joined by his regular recital partner Vag Papian.

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.