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Rachmaninov Hall Moscow conservatory
Moscow

Одновременно самый старый и самый новый концертный зал Московской консерватории.

Здание (ныне третий учебный корпус) было построено еще в начале XIX века.

Решением Ученого совета от 28 ноября 2006 г. третьему учебному корпусу (корпус Рахманиновского зала) присвоено имя композитора С.  В.  Рахманинова.

В 1886 – 1918 гг. здесь находилось Синодальное певческое училище (первоначально – четырехклассное духовное училище), для которого в 1898 г. был открыт большой зал с хорами, обладающий хорошей акустикой (его пристроили со двора).

В 1968 г. это здание присоединили к консерватории, много лет ушло на реставрацию, и в 1983 г., концертом гениального советского пианиста Святослава Рихтера, красивейший бело-голубой зал был заново открыт.

В конце 1986 г. он получил название Рахманиновского – в честь выпускника Московской консерватории, выдающегося русского композитора и пианиста С. В. Рахманинова, многие страницы жизни которого связаны с Синодальным училищем.

В нем проходит множество камерных и хоровых концертов, в том числе часто звучит как старинная, так и современная музыка.

Этот светлый зал с полетной акустикой горячо любим многими слушателями.

Количество мест: 252

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ОТКРЫТИЕ ФЕСТИВАЛЯ «ДУША ЯПОНИИ»


7 сентября, 19:00

В концерте японской музыки по случаю открытия фестиваля «Душа Японии» приняли участие ведущие мастера игры на кото школы Саваи — Хикару Саваи и Кейко Ивахори, а также исполнитель на сякухати Кохэй Симидзу.

Организаторы: Посольство Японии в России, Российско-японский центр музыкальной культуры при МГК.

www.ru.emb-japan.go.jp

Тадао Саваи. "Kurodabushi ni yoru gensokyoku" ("Фантазия на темы Курода"). 1957 г.

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Ёсисиро Хориэ (кото соло)

Наталья Григорович (кото I)

Наталья Голубинская (кото II)

Ольга Белова (17-струнный кото)

Вера Волнухина (сякухати)

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