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Millenium Orchestra

Russian Bolshoi symphony orchestra «Millennium» (RBSO) was created in the New Millennium in 2001. The goal of RBSO is assistance in the development of spiritual life of the society and propaganda of classic musical art by realizing in Russia and abroad different cultural program such as: concerts, festivals, music competitions, exhibitions, public lessons, master classes and other cultural mass measures.

Millenium Orchestra

Leonid Lundstrem

Chamber group "Leonid Lundstrem Trio" played before a big audience for the first time 15 years ago. The trio originated from a longstanding collaboration of two artists – the pianist Maria Voskressenskaya and the violinist Leonid Lundstrem – who have performed together since the late 1980s.

Leonid Lundstrem

Hasidic Cappella

The Moscow Male Jewish Choir of the Academia of Cantonal Art was established in 1991 with the assistance and support of JOINT (an American charitable Jewish organization) for performing and popularizing of a wide range of Jewish vocal music: folk songs, liturgical repertoire, modem Jewish and Israeli vocal and choral compositions. Presently, the Choir works at the Moscow Mar-ina Roscha Synagogue. There is Rabbi Berl Lazar, the chief Rabbi of Jewish Communities of the Russian Federation. Since 1998, the Choir has a new name of "Hasidic Cappella".

Hasidic Cappella

Mikhail Svetlov

Celebrated Russian-American bass Mikhail Svetlov is known for the unique range and beauty of his voice as well as his outstanding acting ability. He was recently nominated for a 2003 Grammy Award for a recording of Stravinsky ´s Histoire Du Soldat Suite. With New York City Opera, Mr. Svetlov has appeared as the title role in Verdi´s Attila, Basilio in Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Colline in La Boheme, Banquo in a new production of Macbeth, the title role in Don Giovanni, and Lorenz in the United States premiere of Mathis der Maler. Recent engagements have included the title role in Boris Godunov with the Bolshoi Theatre, Mephistopheles in Faust with Houston Grand Opera, the title roles in both Don Giovanni and Der Fliegende Hollander, and Zarastro in Die Zauberflote. He has performed frequently with the Opera de Bellas Artes in Mexico as Mephistopheles in Faust, Dulcamara in L‘ Elisird‘Amore, Walter in Luisa Miller, and Banquo in Macbeth.

Mikhail Svetlov

Jazz & Rock

Nikolai Panov Jazz Gallery

  • Jazz Gallery is a living invitation to visit the Russia of brilliant world jazz performers. It offers a chance to organize joint tours caking in Russian cities and foreign countries.
  • Jazz Gallery is the organizer of master classes and meetings of musicians in Russia's colleges of music, arts institute and conservatoires.
  • Jazz Gallery promotes outstanding Russian jazz players both within Russia and abroad.
  • Jazz Gallery is the creator of unique musical projects under the heading jazz interpretations of Russian Classics.

Nikolai Panov Jazz Gallery

Cyrus Chestnut - Nikolai Panov Alliance

Nikolai Panov's "Alliance" format keeps artistic traditions of the "Jazz Gallery" - high jazz standard, challenging combination of different music sources and bright artistic personalities. The pilot project with Cyrus Chestnut trio was no exception: three tours during period of 2005 -2008 have great success with remarkable performance in Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow as a pinnacle.
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Cyrus Chestnut - Nikolai Panov Alliance

Harlem Blues And Jazz Band

Founded in 1973 by King Oliver's trombonist/blues singer Clyde Berhardt and jazz aficionado Al Vollmer, the Harlem Blues & Jazz Band has as its main concept to keep significant side-men of the Classic Jazz Period working and not forgotten. The continued quality of this group has caused the band to be declared a National Treasure and one of the most authentic Swing Bands playing today. The band has performed at Lincoln Center in NYC, the Ordway Theater in Minnesota, countless Jazz Festivals, as well as main venues in Europe, including the American Embassy and Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow, Russia.

Harlem Blues And Jazz Band

Oleg Lunsdstrem Orchestra

The unique Oleg Lunsdstrem Orchestra belongs to the rare gems on Russian stage which is equally successful in jazz and entertainment. The orchestra is an invariable participant of the greatest International Jazz Festivals such as: "Tallin-67", "Jazz Jamboree-72" in Warsaw, "Prague-78" and "Pra-gue-86", "Sofia-86", "Jazz in Duketown-88" in Netherlands, the Festival of Arts "USSR-India" (1988), "Grenouble-90" in France, the Festival in Memory of Ellington in Washington, USA (1991), the International Jazz Festival of Big Bands in Santa-Barbara (USA, 1998).

Oleg Lunsdstrem Orchestra

Entertainment

Cassandra Ried - Beware! High Voltage

A devotee of everything from Stevie Wonder to the Clash, from John Coltrane to Sly, and from the Family Stone to traditional Turkish, Morrocan, and West Indian Music, Cassandra set about melding her disparate influences into a sound all her own. After slugging it out on the club scene for a few years, the winsome chanteuse's reputation as an artist not to miss began to spread throughout Europe and even to Japan, where in 1997 she landed a #1 album called "I Believe," which sold several hundred thousand copies. True to her Gypsy roots however, Cassandra soon after decided to leave it all behind and make a move to New York City.

Cassandra Ried - Beware! High Voltage

Miki Howard

The Chicago-born vocalist Miki Howard burst on the scene in 1987 and showed a lot of promise with her hits "Come Share My Love," and "Love Under New Management." She even had the chops to play Billie Holiday in the movie Malcolm X. Her award list includes
1989 Soul Train Music Award Win for Best New Artist
1990 American Music Award nomination for Favorite Female Artist - Soul / Rhythm & Blues.
2002 Grammy Award nomination for Best Traditional R&B Vocal Album (Three Wishes)

Miki Howard

Eugenia Laguna

Unique four octaves range voice. Eugenia has been pursuing a solo performer's career since 2003. Changing her creative concept, she has chosen classic music in modern adaptation and created a style of her own. Her favorite genre is classical/popular crossover (Popera). Eugenia's unique and extraordinary vocal style places practically all musical genres within her easy reach. Her repertoire consists of worldwide masterpieces of classical music, classicals in modern adaptation and the best in pop music. She is an author of elvish poetry and music. Her repertoire covers romance songs, musicals, classical arias (opera, operetta, vocalises, Italian and Neapolitan songs), elvish music, pop music (original pieces).
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Eugenia Laguna
 
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