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Vassily Sinaisky conducts The Flying Dutchman at the Bolshoi

2 oktober 2013

A revived production of�The Flying Dutchman�opens at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow under the music direction of�Vassily Sinaisky on 16 October. This co-production between the Russian theatre and the Bavarian State Opera, with the stage direction of Peter Konwitschny, was premiered in 2004 and has been revived this season to celebrate the Wagner bicentenary.
Beside the first evening, Sinaisky will conduct the performances on 17, 18, 20, 22 and 24 October on the theatre�s new stage.

Vassily Sinaisky returns to US to conduct three concerts with Cleveland Orchestra

12 september 2013

Vassily Sinaisky�s series of subscription concerts with the Cleveland Orchestra have been enthusiastically received in the press. The�Cleveland Plain Dealer praised the performances, commenting:
�Talk about bringing music to life. In the case of conductor Vassily Sinaisky [on] Thursday, the old idiom held true almost literally. Every artist animates a score through performance. Sinaisky, however, endowed his Cleveland Orchestra program with physical, three-dimensional traits, such that one felt practically surrounded, able not only to hear but almost to touch the music. And yet for all the boldness of his performances, Sinaisky, music director of Moscow�s Bolshoi Theatre and conductor emeritus of the BBC Philharmonic, was also a consummate collaborator, guiding without domineering and enabling the ensemble to shine.�

Vassily Sinaisky conducts the closing concert of the Prague Spring Festival

28 mei 2013

Vassily Sinaiskymarks the end of the 68th Prague Spring Festival on 2 June with a performance of Stravinsky�s�The The Russian conductor and the Czech Philharmonic will celebrate the centenary of Stravinsky�s groundbreaking composition in a programme that also includes Dvo?�k�s�Carnival, Op. 92 and Josef Suk�s�Serenade in E flat major.

Vassily Sinaisky makes debut with the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia

4 maart 2013

Vassily Sinaisky�makes his debut conducting the Orchestra of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome this March, replacing an indisposed Yuri Termikanov. The four concerts will take place on 9, 10, 11 and 12 March.
The programme includes Prokofiev�s Symphony No.1 ‘Classical’, Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No.1 with soloist Denis Matsuev and a suite from Prokofiev�sCinderella.
These concerts follow Sinaisky�s highly successful visit to the Orchestre National de France, conducting two programmes including Sibelius Symphony No.1 and Dvo?�k Symphony No.8 in Paris and on tour to Athens.

Vassily Sinaisky returns to the US for four concerts with the Los Angeles Philharmonic

4 januari 2013

This month sees�Vassily Sinaisky�returning to the US where he will conduct four concerts with the LA Philharmonic.
The programme is made up of Holst�s�The Planets�where Sinaisky will be joined by Women of Pacific Chorale, Liadov�s Eight Russian Folk Songs and Prokofiev�s Violin Concerto No. 2, performed by�Leonidas Kavakos.
The first three concerts will take place at Walt Disney Concert Hall on 10, 11 and 12 January with the final concert on the 13 January taking place at McCallum Theatre, Palm Desert.