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Video recording of the Leonid Bobylev's jubilee author's concert. Small Hall of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, 15 October 2019:
"…Of Schubert…", fantasy for piano and string orchestra
"Viennese musical box", concerto grosso #3 for violin, viola, piano and string orchestra
«Clarvibrissimo», concerto grosso #4 for clarinet, vibraphone and string orchestra
Concerto for viola and string orchestra
"Filmato", concerto #2 violin, piano and string orchestra
Audio recording of the Violin Concerto #2 is now available at the Recordings section.
October 15, at 7 p.m., A Jubilee Concert for the 70th anniversary of Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, Ph.D., professor of the Moscow Conservatory Leonid Bobylev will be held at the Small Hall of the Moscow Conservatory.
The concert is attended by People's Artist of Russia Arkady Sevidov (piano), Honored Artist of Russia Sergey Kravchenko (violin), Honored Artist of the Republic of Crimea Aleksey Gulyanitsky (violin), Symphony Orchestra of the Moscow Conservatory, etc.
29 October, 7 p.m., in Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Nikolay Myaskovsky Concert Hall, — Violin Music Concert.
Works by J.S. Bach and L. Bobylev were performed by Simon Smith, violin (UK) and Yuliya Riabova, piano.
Two works by Leonid Bobylev were performed: Concerto for Solo Violin and Dialogue for violin and piano (2018, world premiere).
Diatonic Polyphony. Julia Ryabova, piano. Sonata for Cello and Piano. Anatoly Liberman, cello, and Julia Ryabova, piano.
Two Japanese tales to the poems of Arseny Tarkovsky. Victoria Shereshevskaya, soprano, and Julia Ryabova, piano. The last kiss, a monologue from the Opera on the novel by Boris Pasternak "Doctor Zhivago". Victoria Shereshevskaya, soprano, and Julia Ryabova, piano. Concerto for solo violin. Simon Smith, violin. "…about Schubert…", fantasy for piano in 4 hands. Yuliya Ryabova and Leonid Bobylev.
23 September, 2 p.m., Moscow Conservatory, Rachmaninov Hall. Relationship of times: works by J.S. Bach, V. Zaderatski, G. Galynin, and L. Bobylev were performed by soloists and Moscow Pedagigical University Orchestra 'Cantus firmus', conducted by Alexander Khurgin. Keynote speech — Ph.D in musicology, Honored Worker of Arts, professor Vsevolod Zaderatski.
Leonid Bobylev's Concerto for Violin, Piano and String Orchestra was performed at the concert.
On September 14 at the Moscow Conservatory, Rachmaninov Hall, at the concert "To the 150th Anniverasry of the Moscow Conservatory. Composition Faculty" the Concerto grosso # 3 ("Viennese musical box") was performed. Soloists — laureates od international competitions Alexei Gulyanitsky (violin) and Anna Sazonkina (viola). Chamber orchestra 'Cantus firmus', art director and conductor — Alexander Khurgin.
On May 22 at the Moscow Conservatory, Rachmaninov Hall, at the program "Association of Аlma-mater Alumni presents…" two works by Leonid Bobylev will be performed: …Of Schubert…, fantasy for piano and string orchestra Concertando for two pianos and chamber orchestra
Performers — "Aspiration" ('Stremlenie') chamber orchestra, art director and conductor —
Soloists — Honored Artist of Russia
Larisa Shilovskaya and Yuliya Ryabova (piano).
Professor of the Moscow Tchaikovski Conservatory Leonid Bobylev
presented the report "Shostakovich as a teacher" at the scientific-practical conference, dedicated to the 110th anniversary ofDmitry Shostakovich, which was held in Lugansk State Academy of Culture and Arts named after Mikhail Matusovsky.
"Today at the conference, I gave a little information about what Shostakovich was as a teacher. I've studied this question for many years. Shostakovich is a unique phenomenon of the XX century. It was a thorough persecution against him, he was forbidden, 'pushed', and he reflected in his music time and events he experienced in his country"
, —said Leonid Bobylev at the interview to the 'Novosti Luganska' website.
The conference opened the festival of contemporary symphonic, operatic and choral music, "To the whole world and for all times", organized by Lugansk Music Academy at the occasion of the anniversary. During the festival also a master class by L. & nbsp; Bobylev was held as well as the world premiere of a new version of his Concerto for Viola and Chamber Orchestra (soloist Yury Tkanov).
Video recordings from the composer's recital at the Tula Regional Philharmony, 2003 and De Profundis symphonic poem (Aral sea memory) (2009) are added to Recordings page.
The world premiere of the new work by Leonid Bobylev, "…Of Schubert…", fantasy for piano in 4 hands, will take place on October 21 at "The Moscow Autumn" festival, Moscow House of Composers. Performers: honored artist of Russia Larisa Shilovskaya and Yulia Ryabova. Admission free.
The version of this work for piano and string orchestra is also finished.
Video recording from the composer recitals on April 22, 2007 at the Tula Regional Philharmony and April 22, 2008 at the Nikolay Myaskovsky Concert Hall, Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, are added to Recordings page.
Foreshores, six pieces for violin and piano.
Yury Vasilevsky (violin), Natalia Igumnova (piano) Polyphonic Games for piano.
Julia Ryabova (piano). World premiere. Variations on a Remembrance of the Theme for violin, cello, and piano.
Yuri Borodin (violin), Igor Nechaev (cello), and Natalia Igumnova (piano).
Post Auditum, after listening to the Thirty
Second [Sonata], concert for piano and chamber ensemble
Soloist — Julia Ryabova (piano) Unfinished Bagatelles for chamber orchestra and an old piano
Soloist — Mona Khaba (piano) Harmsiada, fantasy based on Literary anecdotes attributed to Daniil Kharms, and his poems.
Soloist — Tatiana Bukun. Directed by Sergey Kolesnikov.
Ensemble Studio for New Music, conductor Vladimir Gorlinsky.
The first concert of the series of events dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the signing of the imperial decree authorizing the opening of the Moscow Conservatoire took place in the Centre de Russie pour la Science et la Culture à Paris on May 21. At the concert program — Romances by Tchaikovsky, 'Elegiac Trio by Rachmaninov, and several works by Leonid Bobylev:
Four Preludes and Fugues from the piano cycle 'Diatonic Polyphony'
'…With the last kissing…', monologue for voice and piano
'Salut, Satie!', divertimento-allusion for clarinet, violin, violoncello, piano and singer
Performed by Yulia Ryabova (piano), Elena Gabouri (soprano), Vadim Tchijik (violin), Konstantin Manaev (cello), and Hugo Clédat (clarinet).