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Sunday, 29th April 2018, 3 pm



Tickets: £15, children £8
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within an hour before the concert
in Gregynog Hall (subject to availability)

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Programme:



Drawn by Alexander Chulovskiy




ARCHIVE OF PREVIOUS PIANO RECITALS IN GREGYNOG HALL & AREA











GREGYNOG HALL
ANDREY CHULOVSKIY
Piano recital
Sunday, 21 September 2014, 3 pm

Program: works by Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, Debussy and own compositions

Tickets: £15, children £8.
Tickets available from:
Theatr Hafren Box Office, Newtown, tel. 01686625007 or online from www.theatrhafren.co.uk
At the door on the night (subject to availability)






THE MUSIC ROOM AT GREGYNOG NEAR NEWTOWN
ANDREY CHULOVSKIY
Piano recital
Sunday, 14 October, 3 pm

Program:

Part I:

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). - 15 variations and fugue op. 35 ('Eroica variations')
Sergey Prokofiev (1891-1953). - Sonata No 3 in A Minor, op. 28 [Second Version: 1917] (Allegro tempestoso).

Part II:

Frederic Chopin (1810-1849). - Fantaisie in F Minor, op. 49 (Tempo di Marcia-Grave. Agitato)
Peter Tchaikovsky (1840-1893). - Autumn Song (October) from "The Seasons", op. 37a (Andante doloroso e molto cantabile);
Three pieces from 'Children's Album', op. 39: German Song (Molto moderato), French Song (Molto moderato), Neapolitan Song (Andante. Vivace).
Franz Liszt (1811-1886). - Hungarian Rhapsody No 12


Tickets: GBP17, children GBP7.
Tickets available from:
Theatr Hafren Box Office, Newtown, tel. 01686625007 or online from www.theatrhafren.co.uk
At the door on the night (subject to availability)




GREGYNOG HALL NEAR NEWTOWN/POWYS
Sunday, 23rd October 2011, 3 pm
A TRIBUTE TO FRANZ LISZT
in celebration of 200 years since his birth
ANDREY CHULOVSKIY
Piano recital

Program:
PART I: ARRANGEMENTS
F.Liszt. Fantasy on hymn 'Nun danket alle Gott' (Now thank we all our God). Piano arrangement by A.Chulovskiy from the original for organ.
World premiere of the arrangement.
W.A.Mozart. Ave Verum Corpus. Arrangement for piano by F.Liszt.
Rakoczi March. Concert version by F.Liszt for piano.
F.Schubert. Serenade. Arrangement for piano by F.Liszt.
Nightingale. Concert parahprase by F.Liszt, composed on tune by Alexander Alabiev.
F.Liszt. Etude in A Minor. Piano arrangement by F.Liszt from Paganini's Theme and 6 variations for violin solo.

PART II: COMPOSITIONS BY FRANZ LISZT
Hungarian Rhapsody No 2.
Il Penseroso ('The Thinker', a statue by Michelangelo). From the cycle 'Years of Pilgrimage'.
Dreams of Love.
Hungarian Rhapsody No 12.

Andrey Chulovskiy 'inherited' Liszt's tradition of piano playing via his teacher Olga Semionova, former pupil of Anna Esipova. One of the most prominent pianists of the 19th century, and professor of St Petersburg conservatoire, Esipova gave recitals in Europe (London, Paris) and the US, performing many works by Franz Liszt and attracting the artistic admiration of both Liszt and Tchaikovsky particularly for her effortless virtuosity and singing tone. Andrey Chulovskiy will play well-known masterpieces by Liszt and some of his rarely heard piano arrangements. The world premiere of the 2nd piano sonata 'The ocean' by Andrey Chulovskiy is a tribute to Franz Liszt in connection with the celebration of his bi-centenary.





LLANFYLLIN MUSIC FESTIVAL
ANDREY CHULOVSKIY
Piano recital
Sunday, 17 July, 7.30 pm, St Myllin's Church, Llanfyllin

Program:
Part I:
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). - Sonata No. 14 in C Sharp Minor ('Sonata Quasi Una Fantasia" or 'Moonlight Sonata'), Op. 27, No. 2 (Adagio sostenuto; Allegretto; Presto agitato).
Frederic Chopin (1810-1849). - Fantaisie-Impromptu in C Sharp Minor, Op. 66; Waltz in C Sharp Minor, Op. 64 No 2; 2 preludes, Op. 27 (No 7 in A Major and No 20 in C Minor); Ballade No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 23.
Part II:
Andrey Chulovskiy. - Sonata No 1 in A Minor (In memory of Professor Nathan Perelman): 1. Grave patetico-Allegro agitato; 2. Andante con moto; 3. Largo lamento; 4. Quasi toccata. [BRITISH PREMIERE].
Sergei Rachmaninov (1873-1943). - Prelude in C Sharp Minor, Op. 3, No. 2.
Franz Liszt (1811-1886). - Liebestraum ('Dreams of Love') - Nocturne in A-flat Major, S/G 541, No. 3; Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12 (Mesto-Adagio-Allegro zingarese-Allegro giocoso-Presto vivace).

Tickets: GBP14, GBP13 (over 60s, unwaged)
Tickets available from:
Festival website, www.llanfyllinfestival.org.uk
Llanfyllin Music Festival, 6 Gilmour Court, Welshpool SY21 7AE (send cheque & s.a.e)
Phone 01938 556752
Theatr Hafren, Newtown, Severn Theatre, Shrewsbury
At the door on the night (subject to availability)

COMMENTS FOR PROGRAM
The program is based on 'romantic' idiom. Moonlight sonata is one of most romantic creations by Beethoven, dedicated to 17-year-old Countess Giulietta Guicciardi. Set of Chopin's music includes well known masterpieces. British premiere of sonata by Chulovskiy following by famous Rachmaninov's Prelude: this pieces are united by effect of peal. The closing set is compiled from pieces by F.Liszt specially for remarkable event – celebrating of 200 years from the birth of Liszt.

COMMENTS FOR PIANO SONATA BY ANDREY CHULOVSKIY
Piano sonata No 1 by Andrey Chulovskiy has been composed in 2006 in Birmingham (The UK) for the centenaty from the birth of Professor Nathan Perelman (pupil of L.Nickolaev and H.Neuhaus) who was the main teacher of A.Chulovskiy at St Petersburg conservatoire. Old venerable and highly experienced legendary Professor gave also post-graduate lessons to Andrey and Andrey often visited him in Saulkrasti near Riga where Perelman wrote his prominent book of aphorisms (the book was published in English: N.Perelman. Autumn leaves, Washington, G.A.Frager, 1994). A world premiere of the sonata took place in 2006 in Grotegast (The Netherlands). This sonata was published at the same year in Birmingham (A.Chulovskiy, Piano works, ISMN 979-0900212702); the score is available now at Amazon UK as well as in British Library (London), National Library of Wales (Aberystwyth) etc. 1st movement of sonata begins with a peal sound of short introduction (Grave patetico) following by Allegro agitato. 2d movement (Andante con moto) has element of kind humor which was the typical feature of Perelman's personality (see his book of aphorisms). 3d movement (memorial music) is based on the Chulovskiy's own tune used previously by composer in his organ piece Via Dolorosa (organ cycle Music Tableaux according to the Gospel). Final movement (quasi Toccata) is like unwinded spring; such type of music leads to final culmination and one could hear sound of bells again in the last measures like 'bridge' between the beginning and the end.





PIANO RECITAL BY A.CHULOVSKIY IN GREGYNOG HALL: 19.03.2011, Saturday, 3 pm






ARCHIVE OF SOME OTHER PIANO RECITALS,
PERFORMANCES WITH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AND IN CHAMBER ENSEMBLES


At the beginning of music career as a concert performer (1978):
GRADUATING PIANO RECITAL
BY ANDREY CHULOVSKIY
AT FAMOUS GLAZUNOV HALL OF ST PETERSBURG STATE CONSERVATOIRE


Program:
J.S.Bach. The art of fugue (I).
L.V.Beethoven. Sonate Nr 15.
Cl.Debussy. Evening in Granada.
S.Prokofiev. Concert for piano & orchestra Nr 2.




PHILHARMONIC RECITAL SERIES BY ANDREY CHULOVSKIY
IN RUSSIAN CONCERT HALLS

(INCLUDING HOUSE OF TEACHERS, OMSK)






COLLABORATION WITH FAMOUS CONDUCTORS
as a soloist of
THE ACADEMIC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF THE OMSK STATE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY





28/29.04.1984. Camille Saint-Saens: Concert Nr.2 g-moll for piano and orchester
Conductor: Professor, Honour artist of Russia GAVRIIL JUDIN (St.Petersburg).
Omsk. The Grand Concert Hall of the Philharmonic.
Beginning at 19-00. The opening speech: OLGA PETRENKO


Saturday, July 09, 2011

18.04.1984. Camille Saint-Saens: «Carnival of animals» for 2 pianos with orchestra
Conductor: GEORGY GOTZIRIDZE (Odessa).
With ELEONORA PAKHOTINA, piano
Kurgan. The Grand Concert Hall of the Kurgan Philharmonic.
Beginning at 19-00. The opening speech: OLGA PETRENKO


15/16.04.1984. Camille Saint-Saens: «Carnival of animals» for 2 pianos with orchestra
The Chief Conductor and Artistic Director
of the Omsk Academic Philharmonic Symphony orchestra,
Honour Artist of Russia VICTOR TITZ (Omsk).

With ELEONORA PAKHOTINA, piano
Omsk. The Grand Concert Hall of the Philharmonic.
Beginning at 19-00. The opening speech: OLGA PETRENKO




24.30.1982. Ludwig van Beethoven: Concert Nr.5 Es-dur for piano and orchestra
Conductor: The winner of the International Competition in Paris (Grand Prix),
Honour Artists of Russia
GENNADIJ PROVATOROV (Moscow).

Omsk. The Grand Concert Hall of the Philharmonic.
Beginning at 19-00. The opening speech: OLGA PETRENKO


12.11.1979. Ludwig van Beethoven: Concert C-dur for piano, violin, violoncello with orchestra
Conductor of the Bolshoi Theater VLADIMIR ORLOV (Moscow)
violino: JOSEPH BRAILOVSKY * Violoncello: Laureate of the International Competitions, Professor of the Moscow Conservatoire IGOR GAVRISH
Omsk. The Grand Concert Hall of the Philharmonic.
Beginning at 19-00. The opening speech: OLGA PETRENKO





SOME FEATURED CONCERTS WORLDWIDE

RECITALS IN THE NETHERLANDS
INCL PREMIERE OF PIANO SONATA BY A.CHULOVSKIY
in memory of Professor Nathan Perelman
(NIEKERK. 12.06.2006)


THE BRITISH LIBRARY: Integrated Catalogue

THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF WALES (Aberystwyth): Catalogue

THE UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN LIBRARY: Catalogue



RUSSIA, OMSK

PREMIERE OF WALTZ-REMINISCENCE BY A.CHULOVSKIY for piano six hands. March 2005
Russia, Omsk, The Grand Concert Hall of the Omsk Philharmonic

Preparing to premiere:
From left to right: Prof. VLADISLAV KOVALSKY (International concert pianist, Director of Music at the Monmouth Conservatory, USA),
LUDMILA WINKLER, A.CHULOVSKIY
Photo from: «Novoe obozrenie. Versija», Omsk, 6-12.04.2005, p. 7.


THE BRITISH LIBRARY: Integrated Catalogue

THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF WALES (Aberystwyth): Catalogue

THE UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN LIBRARY: Catalogue


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THE NETHERLANDS. VLIELAND. 19.07.2003. PIANO RECITAL

«Harlinger Courant» (Holland): «The pianist created somewhat more that it is possible to make for a men. The musical sounds growing up from the piano one after another sometimes as the stormy squall, or sometimes going one after another with the colossal quickness as a little sea rain drops. Listeners was captivated; they was not only keep a big attention, but felt a total admiration of the Chulovskiy's masterly. (...)».
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30.07.2002. SWEDEN. Göteborg. Johannebergs Vörsamling.
Program:
Pieces by Ludwig van Beethoven, Frederic Chopin, Franz Schubert


Beginning at 19-00.

23.04.1984. Tumen. The Concert Hall of the Philharmonic.
Program:
F.RAMEAU: Tamburin * W.A.MOZART: Sonata a-moll * L.V.BEETHOVEN: Sonata Nr.17 * C.DEBUSSY: The evening in Grenada * F.SHOPIN: Etudes Nr. 12, Nr. 24 * F.LISZT: The Hungarian rhapsody Nr.12


Beginning at 19-00.


28.05.1982. Omsk, The Concert Hall of the Philharmonic.

Celebration of the Jubilee of composer,
former rector of Moscow P.Tschaikovsky conservatoire
VISSARION SHEBALIN
(Participants: Symphony orchestra, Soloists).
In Program:
V.SHEBALIN: Rondo

Beginning at 19-00.

03.10.1978. Omsk. Omsk V.Shebalin Music College.
Program:
Ludwig van BEETHOVEN: Sonata Nr. 15 * C.DEBUSSY: "The evening in Grenada" * F.LISZT: The Hungarian rhapsody Nr.12


Beginning at 19-00.



PERFORMANCES WITH FAMOUS STRING VIRTUOSOS

Laureate of the International competitions Professor MICHAEL KUGEL;
Professor VALENTINA BALON;
Professor HARRY PETRENKO;
AlEXANDER BOLSHAKOV;
Laureate of the All-Russian competitions OLEG STOLPNER

16.09.1984. Omsk
The House of the Teacher.
Concert memoir of Schostakovich
In ansemble with Harry Petrenko (violin)
and Valentina Balon (violoncello)
In program: D.Schostakovich.
Trio memoir of Sollertinsky.
28.04.1984
Omsk, The House of the Teacher
Concert of the chamber music
Beginning at 19-00
In ensemble with
Harry Petrenko (violin)
Valentina Balon (violoncello)
Michail Kugel (viola)
Alexander Bolshakov (contrabass)
In program: F.Schubert. Forellenquintett.
15.09.1981. Omsk
The House of the Teacher.
The concert of music for violoncello
Beginning at 19-00.
Oleg Stolpner (violoncello)
Program (violoncello/piano):
F.SCHUBERT: Sonata "Arpedgione"
R.SCHUMANN: 5 pieces in national style
L.BOCCERINI: Concert
F.SHOPIN: Polonaise




INFORMAL CONCERTS
ENGLAND. 05.07.2003. INFORMAL MUSIC SHOW IN STEINWAY-HALL (LONDON)

Program (own compositions):
Andrey Chulovskiy. 4 Preludes; Waltz; Toccata; Scherzino; Nocturne




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