Vladivostok, Primorsky Stage, Chamber Hall

Shakespeare’s Sonnet

Vocal music evening

Anastasiya Kikot (soprano)
Alina Mikhailik (soprano)
Elena Razgulyaeva (soprano)
Elizaveta Senatorova (soprano)
Maria Suzdaltseva (soprano)
Laura Bustamante (mezzo-soprano)
Irina Kolodyazhnaya (mezzo-soprano)
Tatiana Makarchuk (mezzo-soprano)
Ilya Astafurov (tenor)
Alexei Kostyuk (tenor)
Roman Krukovich (tenor)
Vsevolod Marilov (tenor)
Mingiyan Odzhaev (tenor)
Gennady Akhmedov (baritone)
Alexei Bublik (baritone)
Marat Mukhametzyanov (baritone)
Dmitry Nelasov (baritone)
Anatoly Badayev (bass)
Georgy Kremnev (bass)
Sergei Sevastyanov (bass)
Tereza Charyeva (harp)
Andrei Annenkov (piano)
Marina Repina (piano)
Alexey Tikhomirov (piano)

Ludwig van Beethoven – Alexander Smelkov
Shakespeare’s Sonnet. Lyrics by W. Shakespeare. Translation by S. Marshak

Franz Schubert
Ständchen (“Morning Serenade”), D 889
An Sylvia (“To Sylvia”), D 891

Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov
3 Shakespeare Sonnets, Op. 45

Luigi Bordes
“Cordelia” from Vocal Cycle Shakespeare’s Women, ILB 13

Georgy Sviridov
Three songs from Vocal Suite “From Shakespeare”

Dmitry Kabalevsky
Shakespeare’s Sonnet No. 90 (“Then hate me when thou wilt, if ever, now”)

Gerald Finzi
Come Away, Come Away, Death from Vocal Cycle Let Us Garlands Bring, Op. 18

Carl Loewe
Lied der Desdemona (“Desdemona’s Song”), Op. 9 № 2

Vincenzo Bellini
Giulietta's aria from the opera I Capuleti e i Montecchi

Agnes Zimmermann
Fairy Song

George Alexander McFarren
You Spotted Snakes from Shakespeare's Songs
It Was a Lover and His Lass from Shakespeare's Songs

Dmitry Shostakovich
Sonnet LXVI from Cycle Six Romances, Op 62

Nino Rota
Romeo’s Song from the film Romeo and Juliet

Charles Gounod
Juliette’s Waltz from the opera Romeo and Juliet

Erich Wolfgang Korngold
Four Songs to words by Shakespeare, Op. 31

Mikael Tariverdiev
Eight Sonnets by Shakespeare from the film Adam and Eva (“Adam Marries Eva”)

Richard Strauss
Three Songs of Ophelia from Hamlet by Shakespeare, Op. 67/I

Tikhon Khrennikov
Two numbers from the play Much Ado About Nothing based on Shakespeare's comedy

Aram Khachaturian
“Desdemona’s Willow Song” from the film Othello

Giuseppe Verdi
Finale from Falstaff

Host of the concert: Elizaveta Sushchenko

Age category 6+

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