Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk is invited by Laure Bureiller, professor of opera singing at the Conservatory of Aulnay-sous-Bois to give a masterclass and a conference on Russian music. At the end of the interventions of the conductor, the students of the Conservatoire will perform in concert the worked works of Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich.
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Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk returns to the Russian Cultural and Scientific Center in Brussels with a conference-concert on Rachmaninoff and Chaliapin.
To pay tribute to these two great figures of 20th century Russian lyrical music, the conductor will accompany René Larya, bass-baritone soloist of the Théâtre de la Monnaie, on the piano.
Andrei Chevtchouk is invited by Cyril Fortin, factor and repairer of pianoforte and clavichord in Quimper.
During this concert, the Maestro will perform works by J.S and C.P.E Bach, Mozart and Beethoven on one of the magnificent instruments restored by the Master of Art.
Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk continues his work with the Lyon choir of the Schola Witkowski, of which he has been musical director since 2017.
During this concert given at the Grand Temple in Lyon, the choir will perform a new lyrical program with extracts from the operas of Massenet, Donizetti, Mozart, Bellini, Gounod, Puccini, Glinka, Bizet, Audran, Messager, Lecocq, Yvain and Offenbach .
Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk continues his collaboration with the Russian Cultural and Scientific Center in Brussels. On the occasion of International Women's Day, the conductor will give a conference-concert on women and music.
Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk is invited to the Vasarely d'Antony space for a festival of choral encounters on January 22, 2023. On this occasion, he will accompany on the piano and present the interpretations of the "Passionato" choir of the Asnières Conservatory and the choir from the Cheremetieffgrad Academy in Paris.
Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk continues his collaboration with the Library of Foreign Literature “Francothèque” in Moscow. As part of the “Cultures d’Orient” festival, his next online conference will focus on Orientalism in the works of French composers.
Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk will share online for the National Institute of Musical Pedagogy Hippolitov-Ivanov in Moscow his knowledge of the links between French opera and Russia in the 19th century.
Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk is invited by the Association of Members of the Order of Academic Palms (AMOPA) for a choral concert in the beautiful Notre Dame de l'Assomption Church in Marissel (commune of Beauvais in the Oise).
On Saturday 8 October, the Château de Querrieu will host Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk for a conference-concert on his hometown: Saint Petersburg at the center of musical Europe.
Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk continues his action in favor of the fight against cancer with the musical event "Piano Tribute", of which he has been Honorary President since 2014, and which will celebrate its tenth anniversary this year.
Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk's new online music conference will focus on the masterpieces of French music in Soviet and Russian cinema.
Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk and Duo Lirico Amoroso (Virginie Besson, soprano - Patrice Berger, baritone) will be in Charente on July 17, 2022 for a Recital for Peace.
Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk continues his collaboration with the Francothèque of Moscow on the theme of the links between French literature and music. After Jules Verne and Victor Hugo, the Maestro will focus for this new conference on Alexandre Dumas.
Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk will have the pleasure of directing the Opera and Castles Festival in the Drôme Valley this summer for the twentieth year.
Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk returns to the Maison de l'Architecture des Hauts-de-France in Amiens for a concert with cellist Antoine Trouvou, a student at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels.
After his conference on January 16, 2022, Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk continues his collaboration with the young musicians of the prestigious Parisian school Jeannine Manuel.
The new online conference by Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk for the Francothèque will focus on the life of Gioacchino Rossini between Italy and France.
Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk continues his online conferences for the Francothèque in Moscow. It is in three parts that the Maestro will tell the links that unite Jules Verne and music.
Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk will conduct a concert for the benefit of children orphaned by a parent who died for France in the MA.AT Auditorium in Arcachon.