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The musicians performing here are widely
known as the leading soloists of the world-famous "Moscow Virtuosi" Chamber Orchestra.
Yuri Gandelsman, violist, was born in 1951. He was educated
at the Gnessins Musical Pedagogical College and Institute, where he studied in
professor Genrikh Talalyan's class. Prior to 1982, Gandelsman was playing
in the Moscow Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra.
Boris Garlitsky, violinist, was a student of Yuri Yankelevich and
Vladimir Sivakov, laureate of the N. Paganini Competition in Genoa.
Garlitsky is a founder of the ensemble. He has performed with the
"Moscow Virtuosi" in Moscow, Leningrad, Vienna, Madrid, Tokyo, Munich,
and Los Angeles.
Evgeni Kovalevsky, double-bass player,
performs together with his teacher, Grigori Kovalevsky.
Violinist/conductor, Amayak Duraryan
is Boris Belenky's student and a founder of both the Armenian Chamber Orchestra
and the Moscow Virtuosi Orchestra.
Concerto for Viola and Orchestra in B minor
(orchestration by H. Casadesus)
1. Allegro moderato
2. Andante ma non
troppo - 4:30
3. Allegro molto -
Concert Symphony for Violin, Viola Orchestra in D major
4. Allegro moderato - 9:17
5. Romance - 5:21
6. Rondeau - 4:37
reflections on a concert of J. Dowland for
viola and chamber orchestra - 15:18
Concert Duet for Violin, Double-Bass and Orchestra - 14:24
Total time - 64:04
Boris Garlitsky, violin
Evgeni Kovalevsky, double-bass
"Moscow Virtuosi" Chamber Orchestra
Amayak Durgaryan, conductor