Kyiv Virtuosi Symphony Orchestra
KYIV VIRTUOSI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, comprised of 65 musicians representing the finest instrumental soloists and chamber musicians from Ukraine, many of whom are international competition winners and have appeared on the stages of the world's most prestigious concert venues, will tour the USA in March 2024.
Based in Ukraine's capital, Kyiv, the Kyiv Virtuosi Symphony Orchestra has earned international recognition from audiences and critics as Ukraine's premier symphony orchestra with performances routinely selling-out weeks ahead of time.
They are currently in full-time residence through next summer in Italy for a series of major recording projects and public performances, the Kyiv Virtuosi Symphony Orchestra. Recent tours have taken them to Switzerland, France, Spain and Azerbaijan among others.The orchestra's musicians are comprised of the finest chamber music players and professional soloists, who have performed from Paris to Japan and from London to San Francisco, not to mention many countries in South America and Australia.The orchestra is dedicated to popularizing the music of Western composers in Ukraine, as well as enjoying a very close collaboration with outstanding contemporary composers such as Krzysztof Penderecki, Valentin Silvestrov, Alexey Shor and Myroslav Skoryk.
Grammy nominated conductor, cellist and conductor Dmitry Yablonksy is Music Director of The Kyiv Virtuosi Symphony and Conductor Laureate of the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra.
His career had taken him to the most important stages in the world, such as the Carnegie Hall, La Scala, Moscow Great Hall, St. Petersburg Philharmonic Hall, Taiwan National Hall, Teatre Mogador, Cite de la Musique, Louvre, among others.
Hailing from Tel Aviv, MultiPiano routinely tours throughout Europe, and has extensively toured in the Far East, as well as thoughout South America and in North America (2013).
Performances include at the Beijing Concert Hall, Teatro Colón (Buenos Aires), Merkin Concert Hall (New York) as well as the leading venues in London and Frankfurt, collaborating with world-class organizations such as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra.
The ensemble will offer a presenter's choice of either the Mozart Concerto No. 10 for two pianos in E-flat major (K365) or the Poulenc Concerto for two pianos.