From July 10 to July 14, 2019
II International Boris Berezovsky Festival «Summer Evenings in Yelabuga»
From July 10 to July 14, 2019, with the support of the President of the Republic of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov, the II Boris Berezovsky International Festival “Summer Evenings in Yelabuga” will be held in Yelabuga.
This is a unique event in Tatarstan, in which, besides the maestro Boris Berezovsky, the following famous musicians will take part: cellist Henri Demarquet (France), performer of music on the Alpine horn and flyugelhorn Arkady Shilkloper (Germany), violinist Nikita Borisoglebsky (Moscow), oboist Alexey Balashov (Moscow), organ player Rubin Abdullin (Kazan), bayan player Aydar Salakhov (Moscow), vocalist of the Primorsky Stage of the Maryinsky Theater Aygul Hismatullina (St. Petersburg), cellist Andrey Kaminsky (Kazan), pianists Anna Denisova and Varvara Myagkova (Moscow), pianist Fedor Orlov, Chris Stout and Katriona Mackay (violin and Celtic harp, Scotland), harpist Sofia Kalandadze (Moscow), Ulyanovsk state academic symphonic orchestra , Chamber orchestra of Igor Lehrman (Naberezhnye Chelny), ensemble of Old Russian music “Sirin “(Moscow), ensemble of ancient music "Madrigal" (Moscow), performers of guitar poetry Tatyana and Sergey Nikitins (Moscow), actor and director Alexander Gordon (Moscow).
"Summer Evenings in Yelabuga" differ from other musical projects in the unusual open-air format. It offers free visiting of concert programs and a harmonious contact with nature.
The "Summer Evenings in Yelabuga" Festival will present bright and unforgettable impressions and will help to keep in memory the exciting emotions from amazing natural acoustics and professional sounding. We invite everyone to join the real celebration of classical music which will take place in Yelabuga – at the beautiful Shishkin Ponds.
– July 10 – "Dedication to the cavalry maiden Nadezhda Durova" – July 11 – "Performance in Baroque" – July 12 – "Jazz and not only …" – July 13 – "Vivat, Yamaha!" – July 14 – "Alexandra", the Irish violin and the Celtic harp.
BEGINNING OF CONCERTS AT 6:30 P.M.!