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Quote from: Symphonic Addict on October 05, 2022, 09:35:02 AMI hadn't noticed there is a recording of his piano trios. A CD I'll be listening to soon.
Quote from: ultralinear on October 06, 2022, 03:17:26 AMKirill Karabits will be conducting the 3rd Symphony at the Barbican in London next January. As it's the BBCSO it'll most likely be broadcast/streamed at or around the same time.
Quote from: ultralinear on October 06, 2022, 05:16:07 AMOn a Sunday in January there will almost certainly be no trains from here even without a rail strike, due to the perennial "engineering works" - so I'm mentally preparing myself for the drive in.
Quote from: ultralinear on October 29, 2022, 06:20:03 AMNational Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine will be performing the 2nd Symphony in London next October. More details in the Concerts thread.
Quote from: vandermolen on October 29, 2022, 09:06:40 AMI've bought tickets for the 3rd Symphony (Karabits) in London in January.
Quote from: kyjo on October 30, 2022, 06:36:40 AMThanks for the heads-up, Cesar! The more we can hear by this significant composer, the better. His symphonies are really strong, "meaty" works often full of great drama and intensity. They also (with the exception of the 1st) are quite distinctive in idiom, not too derivative of anyone else.
Quote from: Symphonic Addict on October 30, 2022, 06:22:11 PMOh, an opportunity that can't be missed, Jeffrey! Enjoy!
Quote from: Symphonic Addict on October 30, 2022, 06:25:37 PMThe two piano trios left a good impression on me, above all the Op. 41. A memorable piece. Not groundbreaking works, but well-written, passionate and expressive they are, in a late/post-Romantic fashion. Even though it's not an ideal recording, the performances are convincing.
Quote from: Symphonic Addict on January 15, 2023, 04:36:40 PMConcerts featuring works like that Lyatoshinsky's symphony have to be special indeed, Jeffrey. How refreshing it would be if most of orchestras (or those in charge of programming the pieces) realized there is more music apart from the same hackneyed stuff. Glad your family and you enjoyed it very much.
Quote from: vandermolen on January 15, 2023, 12:32:37 PMJust returned from a great concert in London, featuring Rachmaninov's 3rd Piano Concerto and Lyatoshynsky's epic 3rd Symphony (original pre-censorship, version). I'm so glad that I made the effort to go to this concert (at the Barbican Hall) - probably the only opportunity I will ever have to hear this work live. It was especially moving as the concert featured a Ukrainian soloist (Anna Fedorova) and a Ukrainian conductor (Kirill Karabits) as well as the BBC SO. Fedorova played a soulful Ukrainian piano work as an encore and it was all very moving. My wife enjoyed the Rachmaninov very much but not the Lyatoshynsky symphony (whispering to me 'Sounds like World War Three' and 'sounds like 'Planet of the Apes') but my brother, my daughter and son-in-law as well as an old friend enjoyed the whole concert. It was very special and if you have access to BBC Radio 3 it is going to be broadcast on Tuesday at 7.30pm (GMT) and will then be available on BBC Sounds.https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m001gyn0
Quote from: relm1 on January 16, 2023, 05:47:31 AMHow does the Symphony No. 3 differ from its original and censored version? I would never have imagined that Lyatoshynsky's No. 3 sounds anything like Planet of the Apes which features a wide range of exotic percussion from all over the world.
Quote from: Roasted Swan on January 16, 2023, 08:47:11 AMThanks to the BBC for that!!
Quote from: vandermolen on January 15, 2023, 12:32:37 PM'sounds like 'Planet of the Apes'
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