AILEY II OPENS THE VILNIUS FESTIVAL 2012
VILNIUS: Founded in 1997, the annual Festival of Vilnius is one of the most prestigious, solid and versatile musical events in Lithuania
. With primary interest in presenting classical music, Performed by the Established soloist, ensemble and Symphony Orchestra from all over the world, it ook promotes contemporary Lithuanian music by commissioning new large-scale works, and offers a platform for musical theater and jazz.
June 1.- 8
The collaboration of the ITS Organisers and performers with world-renowned musicians has accelerated the acceptance of not only Lithuania’s musical culture but ALSO ITS Political Activities in the international realm. The roster of the celebrated performers, who have been among the Favourites of the Vilnius Festival includes Mstislav Rostropovich, Riccardo Muti, Krzysztof Penderecki, Yuri Bashmet, Gidon Kremer, Vadim Repin and, jazz legends Dave Brubeck, McCoy Tyner, Al Jarreau, Herbie Hancock Al Di Meola, Chick Corea, Paco de Lucia, Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.
The active participation of the Vilnius Festival in the programs of Lithuanian Cultural Tourism and Its close cooperation with Diplomatic Missions of foreign countries has generated high interest among foreign guests and tourists in. Both this event and Lithuanian cultural happening in general.
The Vilnius Festival has been member of the European Festivals Association (EFA) since 1999th
The Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society, St. 5;
The Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre, A. Painting exhibition
. Johns’ Church, St. John st. 12
Opening Concert: Panorama of American Modern Dance in Compositions of Ailey II
Performers: Modern Dance Company AILEY II (USA)
„Reference Point“ (2011; Choreography by Troy Powell)
„Echoes“ (2008; Choreography by Thang Dao)
„Revelations“ (1960; Choreography by Alvin Ailey)
New York-based modern dance companyAILEY II was formed in 1974 as Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre studio involving the most talented young dancers from Aileyschool. Alvin Ailey (1931–1989), a legendary African-American dancer and choreographer, the founder of the aforementioned dance theatre (1958), is now and then dubbed a revolutionary of the 20th-century modern dance.
Today Ailey II is universally renowned for merging the spirit and energy of the country’s best young dance talent with the passion and creative vision of today’s most outstanding emerging choreographers. Alvin Ailey, Talley Beatty, George Faison, Lar Lubovitch, Robert Battle, Kyle Abraham, Thang Dao, etc. Alvin Ailey personally appointed former Ailey member, Sylvia Waters, as Artistic Director in 1974. Under her direction, Ailey II has flourished into one of the most popular dance companies in the country, combining a rigorous touring schedule with extensive community outreach programs.
Saturday June 2, 19:00, Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall. The guest of the Vilnius Festival –Muse Rubackytė pianist, is titled as the ambassador of the Lithuanian music culture in the world. She shares the stage with the Philharmonic Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, established in Moscow in 1930, and Its Long-standing artistic director and principal conductor Maestro Vladimir Fedoseyev. The musicians invite you to discover the musical treasury of Russian composer Tchaikovsky and Submerge into a musical embodiment of Lord Byron’s story about the lonely Manfred. Tchaikovsky’s Opus, Performed in the first half of the concert, is one of the most beautiful and, Perhaps, popular romantic piano concerts. After an intermission the musicians will offer Tchaikovsky’s Manfred Symphony monumental, inspired by the romantic hero from Lord Byron’s dramatic poem written in 1816-1817. This symphony is obdúmyvat Often it without the reflection of Tchaikovsky’s personal drama.
The Symphonic Brazz Brothers from Norway: Sunday June 3, 19:00, Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall.
For us the highlights of many festivals are the BRAZZ BROTHERS from Sunnmøre, Norway.
The Charismatic Sergei Krylov has led the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra for three years. Maestro Rostropovich named him one of the world’s five best violinists. Alongside the Concertos by Baroque masters A. Vivaldi and JS Bach, tonight’s Programme features G. Kuprevičius’ approach to the Paganini’s Caprice and the World Premiere of Morricone’s notturno Passacaglia, dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the European Festivals Association.
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Closing Concert. The Return of the cello maestro Mischa Maisky: