Pratum Integrum will host the Baroque Days in Moscow

Pratum Integrum will host the Baroque Days in MoscowPratum Integrum will host the Baroque Days in Moscow

On May 19 and 20, 2018, the Pratum Integrum Orchestra organizes a cycle of lectures “Baroque Days” at various venues in Moscow.

“We asked our favorite teachers to choose one of the key themes for Baroque – and to talk about it publicly, for those who go to us for concerts and who are interested in this beautiful era. So there was a cycle of 5 lectures. Almost everywhere the entrance is free, and where the ticket is needed, the price does not exceed 250 rubles,

– said in a message in the facebook Pratum Integrum.

Sites of the cycle will be the Memorial Apartment of Svyatoslav Richter, the cultural center “Pokrovsky Gates”, the bookstore-lecture hall “Chitalka”, the house-museum of AN Scriabin and the MA Voloshin Library.

May 19, 2018

“The birth of the orchestra”. Lecturers: cellist, art director of the orchestra Pratum Integrum Pavel Serbin and project manager of the orchestra Pratum Integrum Anna Andrushkevich.

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Bach and Handel. Lecturer: Professor of the Moscow Conservatory Larisa Kirillina.

May 20, 2018

“Italian opera of the XVIII century”. Lecturer: musicologist, doctor of art criticism, professor of the Gnessin Russian Academy of Music Irina Susidko.

“Parks of the XVIII century: Versailles, Tsarskoe Selo, Pavlovsk”. Lecturer: senior researcher and lecturer of the Tretyakov Gallery Irina Grigoryan.

“The space of the palace.” Lecturer: Associate Professor of Moscow State University Elena Efimova.

The cycle “Illusions of the French Baroque” in the Cathedral Chamber of the Orthodox St. Tikhon Humanitarian University will finish the cycle on May 23rd.

The program includes court music from the times of Louis IV and Louis XV: Rebel’s ballet “Elements”, “Theatrical Concerto” by Couperin, concerts for baroque brass and orchestra.

The Orchestra Pratum Integrum, playing music of the Baroque and Classicist era on historical instruments, was founded in Moscow in 2003.

Since then, Pratum Integrum has recorded more than fifteen albums and for the first time presented to the Russian public more than two hundred works, including Lully’s “Seasons”, Yevstigney Fomin’s melodrama “Orpheus” and “Passion for John” by George Gebel.

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