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The Siberian State Orchestra plays with vigor, precision and a beautiful tone

—The Art Music Lounge

Direct from Krasnoyarsk, Russia, the Siberian State Symphony Orchestra comes to the Quick to perform Russian classics including N. Rimsky-Korsakov’s Overture for the Opera Tzar's Bride, a Tchaikovsky violin concerto, and N. Rimsky-Korsakov’s Symphonic Suite Shaherazade.

Founded in 1977, the orchestra has earned a reputation as one of the best orchestras from Russia, known for its collaborations with the finest Russian soloists and for performing the great Russian classics throughout the world.

The concert is directed by Vladimir Lande, Music Director and Chief Conductor of the Siberian State Symphony Orchestra. A winner of the Clef D’or Global Music Award, Lande has enjoyed a remarkable career as a principal and guest conductor of major orchestras around the world.

The Los Angeles Times described the Orchestra as “…[the] all-Russian program was memorable for this attention to detail -- just what one hopes,” and the Boston Globe stated, “This [orchestra] did its home city and country proud.”

Review: Weinberg’s 17th Symphony in a Great New Recording → Siberian State Symphony Orchestra → Vladimir Lande →
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