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Kirill Karabits conducts Russian masterpieces
Sunday 24 March 2013 7.30pm
Royal & Derngate, Northampton
CONDUCTOR - Kirill Karabits
Piano - Alexei Volodin
32.50, 30, 26, 24, 20, 14

BORODIN Prince Igor Overture

PROKOFIEV Piano Concerto No.3

TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No.1, 'Winter Daydreams'

Acclaimed Ukranian maestro Kirill Karabits leads an enchanting programme of Russian masterworks overflowing with inventive themes and glittering sonorities. The Overture to Borodin's opera Prince Igor begins in mysterious vein, but is soon effervescing with excitement.

Prokofiev began sketching his Third Piano Concerto in 1917, completing it in Brittany in 1921. Full of evocative textures, the Concerto develops a relationship between piano and orchestra that encompasses lively dialogue and profound intimacy. In his First Symphony, 'Winter Daydreams', Tchaikovsky vividly conjures up blustery and atmospheric scenes with his characteristic dramatic flair.

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FREE Pre-Concert Talk 6.30pm
RPO Managing Director Ian Maclay in conversation with Kirill Karabits and Alexei Volodin.

Click Play for a preview of Borodin's Prince Igor Overture.

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