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E-Newsletter
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Your personal copy No. 76350 (of 81231)
Mariinsky Theatre
231st season
ПО-РУССКИ
Dear Albert Wong,
This issue tells you about members of the Mariinsky Ballet, Opera and Orchestra and upcoming events they will be involved in St Petersburg and on tour during the next few weeks.

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? Oleg Zotov

Alina Somova
starring in Giselle
Mariinsky Theatre
Friday, September 27, 8:00PM
Thursday, October 17, 8:00PM
starring in Cinderella
Mariinsky II (new stage)
Saturday, October 5, 8:00PM
starring in The Little Humpbacked Horse
Mariinsky II (new stage)
Monday, October 7, 8:00PM
starring in Rubies (Jewels)
Mariinsky II (new stage)
Monday, October 14, 7:00PM
starring in The Sleeping Beauty
Mariinsky II (new stage)
Monday, October 28, 7:00PM

Viktoria Tereshkina
starring in La Bayadère
Mariinsky Theatre
Thursday, September 26, 7:00PM
starring in Romeo and Juliet
Mariinsky II (new stage)
Friday, October 4, 7:00PM
Friday, October 18, 7:00PM
starring in A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Mariinsky Theatre
Friday, October 11, 8:00PM
starring in Diamonds (Jewels)
Mariinsky II (new stage)
Monday, October 14, 7:00PM

At the end of last season, Alina Somova and Viktoria Tereshkina, principal dancers with the Mariinsky Ballet, have returned on stage after maternity leave.
This season Alina Somova has already danced the role of Juliet in Romeo and Juliet on the opening night at the historical Mariinsky Theatre. Critics referred to her as a “hypnotic phenomenon” in ballet, characterising as “classical”, “beautiful” and “musically eloquent”. Over ten seasons with the Mariinsky Ballet this “refined ballerina with her ideal lines, sense of pose and beautiful physical features” has performed in almost every classical ballet. Alina Somova will next dance at the Mariinsky Theatre on Friday, September 27 and Thursday, October 17 when she appears in the title role in Giselle. In October she will star in a series of performances at the new Mariinsky Theatre (Mariinsky II): performing the title role in Cinderella on Saturday, October 5, the role of the Tsar-Maiden in The Little Humpbacked Horse on Monday, October 7, the solo role in Balanchine’s Rubies (Jewels) on Monday, October 14 and the role of Princess Aurora in The Sleeping Beauty on Monday, October 28.
In the beginning of this season, the thirteenth one for Viktoria Tereshkina with the Mariinsky Ballet, she debuted in the role of Carmen in ;Alberto Alonso’s Carmen Suite and danced it once again a week later. This season she has also appeared in Roland Petit’s Le Jeune Homme et la Mort. Critics speak of her as “astoundingly powerful technician” and note “the combination of her vertiginously long legs and fearless balance” describing the ballerina as “absolutely gorgeous”. Viktoria Tereshkina will next dance at the Mariinsky Theatre on Thursday, September 26 and Friday, October 11, performing roles of Nikia in La Bayadère and Titania A Midsummer Night’s Dream, respectively. At the new Mariinsky Theatre (Mariinsky II) she will dance the role of Juliet in Romeo and Juliet on Friday, October 4 and Friday, October 18, as well as the solo role in Balanchine’s Diamonds (Jewels) on Monday, October 14.

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On tour in the USA and Canada: 2...15 October 2013
Mariinsky Orchestra
Valery Gergiev, conductor
Denis Matsuev, piano
Chicago, IL: October 2
Montreal: October 4
Toronto: October 6
New York (Carnegie Hall): October 10, 11 & 15
Newark, NJ: October 13
Washington D.C.: October 14
Ignat Solzhenitsyn, conductor
Ithaca, NY: October 7
Princeton, NJ: October 8
Purchase, NY: October 12
Members of the Mariinsky Orchestra
New York (Zankel Hall at the Carnegie Hall): October 9
This autumn the Mariinsky Orchestra will once again embark on its annual North American tour which will last from October 2 to 15.
Eight concerts on this tour — in Chicago, Montreal, Toronto, New York (three concerts), Newark and Washington D.C. — will be conducted by Valery Gergiev presenting the Russian repertoire — works by Igor Stravinsky, Sergei Rachmaninov and Dmitry Shostakovich. Four of these concerts will star pianist Denis Matsuev, longtime participant of lots of Maestro Gergiev’s musical projects.
Concerts in Chicago (October 2), Toronto (October 6) and Washington D.C. (October 14) will feature the music of three Stravinsky’s early ballets — The Firebird (1910), Pétrouchka (1911) and Le Sacre du printemps (1913). Concerts will mark the centenary of the world premiere of Le Sacre du printemps that was received at the Thé?tre des Champs Elysées in Paris in May 1913 (choreographed by Vaslav Nijinsky, with set design and costumes by Nicholas Roerich) and became one of the most famous of all classical music riots. Two other ballets also received their premieres at the Parisian theatres, as part of Les Ballets Russes de Serge de Diaghilev, both choreographed by Michel Fokine, with set designs and costumes by Alexander Golovin, Léon Bakst (The Firebird) and Alexandre Benois (Pétrouchka).
The concert in Montreal (October 4) will feature works by Rachmaninov — symphonic poem The Rock, Piano Concerto No. 2 and Symphonic Dances.
The concert in Newark, NJ (October 13) will feature Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 3 and Stravinsky’s The Firebird.
The tour will culminate with three concerts at the Carnegie Hall in New York, each featuring works by a sole composer — Stravinsky (October 10), Shostakovich (October 11) and Rachmaninov (October 15). The concert on October 10 will feature The Firebird, Pétrouchka and Le Sacre du printemps, on October 11 — Piano Concerto No. 1 and Symphony No. 8, on October 15 — Piano Concerto No. 3 and Symphonic Dances.
Conductor Ignat Solzhenitsyn, familiar to the US audiences, will conduct three concerts on this tour — in Ithaca, NY (October 7), Princeton, NJ (October 8) and Purchase, NY (October 12), each featuring Mussorgsky’s symphonic tableau Night on Bald Mountain, Rachmaninov’s symphonic poem Isle of the Dead, and Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 5.
Members of the Mariinsky Orchestra — Sofia Kiprskaya (harp), Oleg Sendetsky (cello), Yuri Afonkin (viola), Alexei Lukirsky (violin), Anton Kozmin (violin), Timur Martynov (trumpet), Nikolai Mokhov (flute), Rodion Tolmachev (bassoon) and Ivan Stolbov (clarinet) will play a recital at the Zankel Hall of the Carnegie Hall (October 9) presenting a large program of works from chamber music repertoire.

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? Marco Borggreve

Valery Gergiev and members of the Mariinsky Opera at the Metropolitan Opera
Tchaikovsky Eugene Onegin
September 23 & 26, October 1, 5, 9 & 12
Shostakovich The Nose
September 28, October 3, 8 & 12
In September-October Valery Gergiev conducts a pair of opera productions at the Metropolitan Opera in New York — six performances of Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin (September 23 & 26, October 1, 5, 9 & 12) and four performances of Shostakovich’s The Nose (September 28, October 3, 8 & 12).
The new production of Eugene Onegin directed by Deborah Warner starring the cast of soprano Anna Netrebko (Tatiana), baritone Mariusz Kwiecien (Onegin), tenor Piotr Becza?a (Lensky), mezzo-soprano Oksana Volkova (Olga) and the Mariinsky Opera bass Alexei Tanovitsky (Gremin) has inaugurated the new season at the Met Opera this Monday. The performance has set a record for Anna Netebko who has become the first soprano, in the company’s history, to sing a lead role at the opening night gala three years in a row.
Performances of The Nose are the revival of William Kentridge’s production (co-produced with the Festival d’Aix en Provence and the Opéra National de Lyon) that Valery Gergiev had conducted at the Met in March 2010 when the work was brought to the company’s repertoire for the first time. These performances feature a number of the Mariinsky Opera soloists, notably, tenor Andrei Popov who sings the role of Police Inspector.
Valery Gergiev made his debut at the Metropolitan Opera in 1992 conducting performances by the Mariinsky Opera on tour in New York. He works with the company closely since 1994 and conducted almost 150 opera performances there.


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Guest orchestras at the Mariinsky Concert Hall and Mariinsky II
Turku Philharmonic Orchestra
Mariinsky Concert Hall
Friday, October 11, 8:00PM
The Trondheim Soloists ensemble
Mariinsky Concert Hall
Tuesday, October 15, 7:00PM
Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra
Mariinsky Concert Hall
Thursday, October 17, 7:00PM
Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse
Mariinsky II (new stage)
Sunday, October 27, 8:00PM
Mariinsky Concert Hall
Monday, October 28, 8:00PM
Ural Academic Symphony Orchestra
Mariinsky Concert Hall
Sunday, November 3, 7:00PM
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra
Mariinsky II (new stage)
Saturday, November 23, 8:00PM
Mariinsky Concert Hall
Sunday, November 24, 8:00PM
In October-November, a number of guest orchestras will visit St Petersburg to play concerts at the Mariinsky Concert Hall and the new Mariinsky Theatre (Mariinsky II). The series will be launched with performances by the Scandinavian orchestras — the Turku Philharmonic Orchestra will play on October 11 and the Trondheim Soloists ensemble will play on October 15. They will be followed by the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra playing a concert on October 17. The Ural Academic Symphony Orchestra from Yekaterinburg, Russia will launch their own subscription series in St Petersburg with a concert on November 3 (this season the orchestra will also play on January 12 and March 25, 2014). A pair of concerts will be played by both the Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse (October 27 & 28) and the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra (November 23 & 24). We’ll introduce all six orchestras in more detail in our further e-newsletters. Follow our news.
 

注:刚收的这篇马林斯基的通讯,大事宣传Alina S和Viktoria T而不提同月也出场的超级巨星Vishneva,  Osipova 及Lopatkina,原因也许简单,Vishneva在10月16的Giselle没票了,而Alina 17日的有大半空席,同样Lopa的仲夏夜客满,2天前Viktoria T的大把空位。这也许解释了为何Royal Ballet近年宣传少提Alina Cojocaru,原因是她与Tamara Rojo是当家花旦,人人认识,要介绍的是新人,全是marketing (结果这两人都离开了Royal Ballet)。

Mariinsky有一样不好,在它的website节目上只公布Principal舞蹈员的名字,First Soloist连Novikova也当她们 '冇到'。通常V娃和Lopa的大名最早公布,票也会很快就卖得差不多了,然後也许後来会有些留起(给Agent 炒?)的票推出。有趣的是如果两个月前买票,他们会胡涂地给你当地人的折扣。有时一早留起而後出的少数票位置可能更好,但没折扣了。我两个月前买了Vishneva Giselle只能坐大堂11排正中(也不差,我对座位特别斤斤计较),但票差不多卖光後,却忽然曾有十多张5排的,但无折扣(这折扣非同小可,应是只给俄国公民及在俄工作的外国人买的),折扣达7折,也许他们认为两个月前买票的便应是本地人?(不敢冒认,我也是这样给提供了本地票) 。但有些近期的票也会给折,尤其主角只是First Soloist。其实他们像炒票一样,看供求控制着,像在携程买国内机票。也会留起一些 '客满尚有' 的票供代理炒黑市。我最不喜欢的是,一般Principal大如Alina S的演出,要等近期才宣布,像竟要等到九月中,才知道Alina S和Viktoria T的演出,否则我一定会多留一天,看完10/16 Diana的Giselle再看次日Alina的,可是现在己订了17日飞乌克兰基辅(继续看芭蕾和歌剧)的机票酒店了。…马林和Bolshoi太阶级分明也太官僚了,也就难怪有人给淋漒水了。我必买最贵的票,但起先也曾给代理斩到一颈血(150 US的三樓劣票卖250-300),後来才学乖了。这种售票方式,我认识的一位当地的俄国芭蕾舞迷也不懂!我是交了学费才学会的。

 

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