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The concert of the Vladigerovs Trio in the Moscow Conservatory
Fedotova Valeriya Nikolaevna

PhD in Art History

Senior Scientific Associate, State Institute of Art Studies

120090, Russia, Moscow, Troitskaya Street 9, building #1





On September 17, the Rachmaninov Concert Hall of the Moscow Conservatory held the concert of the famous Bulgarian musicians Ekaterina, Konstantin, and Alexander Vladigerovs dedicated to the 150th Anniversary of the prominent Russian university. The musicians actively tour Europe and the New Word, and successfully participate in multiple international jazz festivals. Their works are also available on CD. The concert contained the compositions of various generations of Vladigerov family in arrangements, as well as Dmitri Shostakovichs miniatures. The material presented in this article is substantiated by the genre comparative analysis traditional for a review, as well as historical angle of presentation of the events. The review underlines the high-level mastery of the musicians, impeccable command of the musical instruments, remarkable artistic impression, refined and versatile timbre and sound scales of performance. The demonstrated by the Vladigerovs Trio sparkling temperament and distinct national Bulgarian character, was received by the Moscow audience with great enthusiasm.

Keywords: the Marionette-Theater Schönbrunn Palace (Vienna), Max Reinhardt, the Moscow Conservatory, the Rachmaninov Concert Hall, Alxander Vladigerov, Konstantin Vladigerov, Ekaterina Vladigerov, Pancho Vladigerov, the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria, the Bulgarian Cultural Institute



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Fedotova, V. N. Bolgarskaya muzyka XX veka v kontekste natsional'noi khudozhestvennoi kul'tury. Ocherki. - M.: Izd-vo "Muzizdat", 2012. - 320 s.