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Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker & Symphony No. 4

Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker & Symphony No. 4


Tchaikovsky:

The Nutcracker, Op. 71

Symphony No. 4 in F minor, Op. 36


On the 18th December, 1892 at the Imperial Mariinsky Theatre, 'The Nutcracker' was first introduced to the world. Now, almost 125 years since that opening night and from the very same hall, the Mariinsky’s current Artistic Director, Valery Gergiev, reveals only his second recording of Tchaikovsky’s ballet masterpiece. A perfectly judged realisation of one of classical music’s most cherished works.

Gergiev is an expert in Tchaikovsky’s music and his interpretations of 'The Nutcracker are among the most celebrated: "Gergiev takes us back to that first light of inspiration, and his orchestra plays as if guided by the composer’s own hand." The New York Times

Based upon E.T.A. Hoffmann’s tale of a young girl’s magical Christmas Eve, 'The Nutcracker' has become an essential part of festive celebrations the world over. Adored for pieces like 'The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy' and 'The Waltz of the Flowers', it contains some of Tchaikovsky’s most popular work and is perhaps the most famous ballet music ever written.

Closing the album is Tchaikovsky’s powerfully emotional Fourth Symphony. As the composer wrote, it is "patterned after Beethoven’s Fifth" and is well known for its theme of ‘fate’, announced by the ominous recurring fanfare that holds the unique symphonic form together. This coupling displays two very different sides of Tchaikovsky’s music, illustrating him as a complex man who battled to balance inner turmoils as well as utmost joy. Perhaps summed up by the final line of Tchaikovsky’s famous programme note:

"Reproach yourself and do not say that all the world is sad. Simple but strong joys do exist. Rejoice in other’s rejoicing. To live is still bearable."

“Now here is a glory, a double CD coupling Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker ballet, as glamorous a musical chocolate box collection as you could hope for, and the mighty Fourth Symphony … The performance of Nutcracker is intoxicating in its beauty – all the magic and sparkle is there. I felt as though I had been sprinkled with stardust; it’s glossy and glittering and gorgeous.” Herald Scotland, 18th November 2016

“Gergiev paints Tchaikovsky’s dream-world in the boldest colours…the Mariinsky Orchestra plays the score with theatrical verve and virtuosity, and the crystal-clear recording really brings out all the subtle inner details of Tchaikovsky’s orchestration” BBC Music Magazine, Christmas 2016 *****

“Unsurprisingly, the big moments are powerful: those arching phrases as the Nutcracker leads Clara off into the Land of Snow are glorious, as is the sumptuous pas de deux for the Sugar Plum Fairy and her Prince…a stocking-filler to suit the most ardent Tchaikovskians this Christmas” Gramophone Magazine, December 2016

“you can tell this an orchestra that knows Nutcracker like no other.” Record Review, 24th December 2016

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Prokofiev: Symphonies 4, 6 & 7 & Piano Concertos 4 & 5

Prokofiev: Symphonies 4, 6 & 7 & Piano Concertos 4 & 5


Prokofiev:

Symphony No. 4 in C major, Op. 112 (revised version)

Symphony No. 6 in E flat minor, Op. 111

Symphony No. 7 in C sharp minor, Op. 131

Piano Concerto No. 4 in B flat major, Op. 53

Alexei Volodin (piano)

Piano Concerto No. 5 in G major, Op. 55

Sergei Babyan (piano)


This major release launches the Mariinsky label’s projects to honour the 125th anniversary of Prokofiev’s birth. A long-time champion of the music of Prokofiev, Valery Gergiev conducts Symphonies Nos 4, 6 & 7, coupled with Piano Concertos Nos 4 and 5. The result is a 2-SACD set programmed to showcase some of Prokofiev’s finest works written before and after the Second World War.

Prokofiev began his 4th Symphony in 1929, drawing from the musical material of his ballet 'The Prodigal Son'. The Symphony was premiered the following year, though he substantially revised the work 17 years later. Symphony No. 6 was written in 1947 as an elegy to the tragedies of World War II. Speaking of the Symphony, Prokofiev said, "Now we are rejoicing in our great victory, but each of us has wounds which cannot be healed. One man’s loved ones have perished, another has lost his health. This must not be forgotten."

The 7th Symphony was completed in 1952, a year before the composer’s death. It was well-received and was awarded the prestigious Lenin Prize in 1957 at Miami’s Knight Concert Hall. Acclaimed for his highly sensitive touch and technical brilliance, Alexei Volodin performs Prokofiev Piano Concerto No 4. Premiered in Berlin in 1956, by the West Berlin RSO, it was written for the one-armed pianist Paul Wittgenstein, and was the only one of Prokofiev’s piano works that was not performed during his lifetime. Alexei Volodin’s performance was described as "superbly controlled and beautifully subtle" by The Guardian. The American-Armenian musician Sergei Babyan performs Prokofiev’s last complete piano concerto, No 5. The Telegraph reviewer was sufficiently moved to say: "Never have I seen so many fast and furious hand-crossings, so many dizzying flights from top to bottom of the keyboard, all performed flawlessly".

“Alexei Volodin (in the Fourth) and Sergei Babayan (in the Fifth) approach the fast movements with mercurial wit and dazzling clarity of fingerwork…Gergiev and the Mariinsky accompany with razor-sharp rhythmic precision and play the three post-war symphonies with conviction and commitment…I was particularly impressed by the clarity of texture and structural lucidity achieved” BBC Music Magazine, March 2016 *****

“Continuing an already impressive own-label cycle, this well filled set is even finer … The symphonies…are in a league of their own – the finale of the sixth is as exciting as any on record – and, with excellent SACD sound, this is shaping up to be an unmissable series.” Classical Music, February 2016

“The band's distinctive timbre creates an aura of authenticity. So too does Alexei Volodin's sensitive account of the Fourth Piano Concerto” Gramophone Magazine, February 2016

“Volodin and Babayan acquit themselves with élan, making both problematic scores come alive” International Piano, March 2016 ***

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Rachmaninov & Shchedrin: Piano Concertos

Rachmaninov & Shchedrin: Piano Concertos


Rachmaninov:

Piano Concerto No. 1 in F sharp minor, Op. 1

Shchedrin:

Piano Concerto No. 2

Stravinsky:

Capriccio for Piano and Orchestra


The Mariinsky Label’s latest release showcases works for piano and orchestra by three of Russia’s great composers, with the celebrated Russian pianist Denis Matsuev featured as soloist. Renowned for his interpretations of Russian music, and affectionately known as ‘the Siberian bear with the fastest paws in the Arctic,’ Matsuev’s previous releases on the Mariinsky label, including Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No 3 and 'Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini', have received widespread acclaim.

Piano Concerto No 1 was written whilst Rachmaninov was still a teenager and though relatively playful in comparison to his later piano concertos, its three movements are full of the showmanship, beautiful melodies and lush orchestral accompaniment that were to characterise his music in the years to come. A similarly playful tone can be found in the revised 1949 version of Stravinsky’s 'Capriccio' for piano and orchestra, which was premiered in 1929 with the composer at the piano. Written as a virtuosic vehicle for Stravinsky himself, the piece is characterised by a dancing piano part which is full of leaps and bounding with energy. Completing the release is Shchedrin’s Piano Concerto No 2, recorded in the presence of the composer, which was influenced by 12-tone techniques and jazz. Virtuosic writing is found throughout, and the final movement sees the surprise introduction of a jazz ensemble, including vibraphone and drum kit.

Speaking about this release, Denis Matsuev says "we wanted to show great Russian composers from different periods. Rachmaninov’s First Piano Concerto is one of my favourites. It was written whilst he studied at the Moscow Conservatory and despite his young age he managed to reveal himself as a great artist. Capriccio is a brilliant work with a wonderful sense of humour. It is also very cinematic; one can envision this music whilst listening to it and we tried to communicate all of these features to the audience. Shchedrin is a very special composer in the Russian tradition. He takes an active part in rehearsals; we have an opportunity to talk to him, to exchange ideas and to listen to his advice. It is a priceless experience."

“If your ears can adjust, there's a supremely commanding Rachmaninov No 1 to be savoured here…Matsuev and Gergiev accept with the relish all the invitations to garish humour in Stravinsky's Capriccio…if you like your Russian concerto-playing declamatory and armour-plated, it could be just the treat you've been looking for.” Gramophone Magazine, October 2015

“Matsuev continues to impress, and this new recording of Russian concertos is a knockout. He rips into the Rachmaninoff concerto with tremendous vigor, and his playing of the first movement cadenza is unequalled. He is given perfect support from the superb orchestra under Gergiev's keen direction, and the result is one of the major recordings of this masterpiece… We have a big, clear resonant sound with remarkable impact. A terrific issue!” Classical CD Review

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Shostakovich: Symphony No. 9 & Violin Concerto No. 1

Shostakovich: Symphony No. 9 & Violin Concerto No. 1


Shostakovich:

Symphony No. 9 in E flat major, Op. 70

Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minor, Op. 99

Leonidas Kavakos (violin)


The Mariinsky’s Shostakovich cycle has been an internationally acclaimed project, conducted by the foremost interpreter of our time. Symphony No 9 is a deeply powerful composition in which Shostakovich unmasked the truth behind the ideology and pomp of officialdom. The powers of the day saw this symphony as a calculated provocation and made the composer’s life almost unbearable: Shostakovich would not premiere another symphony until the death of his oppressor, Stalin, in 1953.

This symphony is coupled with the late, dark and introspective Violin Concerto No 1, performed here by Leonidas Kavakos, currently Gramophone’s Artist of the Year 2014. Kavakos is recognised throughout the world as an artist of rare quality, known at the highest level for his virtuoso skills, superb musicianship and the integrity of his playing.

“They capture not only the joyful irreverence of the movement but the sense of danger lurking beneath the surface…the solo wind playing is excellent throughout…brilliantly played and vividly recorded.” CD Review, 2nd May 2015

“The range of colour and depth of projection captured here is essential listening, a notable new recording of a much recorded work.” Classical Music, June 2015

“Gergiev makes much of the Haydnesque deftness of the outer movements [of the Ninth]...Better yet, and more shocking, is the arrival of the Red Army Band in the coda of the finale, transforming the polka into a goose-stepping march. Gergiev gives that a weighty and sinister pomp. Shostakovich's scepticism could hardly be writ larger...Kavakos plays it with controlled intensity.” Gramophone Magazine, July 2015

“Gergiev’s new account is tonally full… Gergiev and soloist Leonidas Kavakos take some of the chill out of the altogether darker First Violin Concerto, where the poles are desolation and wildness.” Irish Times

“Gergiev captures the sad, equivocal mood of that opening movement, and Kavakos… spins a light, singing line that can’t fail to impress… an exhilarating concerto.” MusicWeb International

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Shchedrin: The Left-Hander

Shchedrin: The Left-Hander


Andrei Popov, Edward Tsanga, Vladimir Moroz, Kristina Alieva, Maria Maksakova

Mariinsky Orchestra & Chorus, Valery Gergiev

Specially written for Gergiev on the occasion of his 60th birthday, Rodion Shchedrin’s 'The Left-Hander' is a comedy of Russians and Englishmen, new technology, old traditions and strong drink. The premiere was given by the Mariinsky Opera in St Petersburg in July 2013.

Rodion Shchedrin is one of music’s greatest living humourists and his work is laced with pitch-black irony and deadpan wit. Based on Nikolai Leskov’s classical satirical novella of 1881, 'The Tale of Cross-Eyed Lefty From Tula and the Steel Flea', 'The Left-Hander' is a gloriously wry exploration of Russia’s relationship with the West in general and England in particular. The work recently received its UK premiere and was met with great acclaim.

“All in all, a useful addition to the catalogue, if maybe not a sure-fire hit.” The Telegraph, 21st March 2015 ***

“It fizzes with energy … I enjoyed this hugely.” CD Review, 11th April 2015

“Gergiev conducts a sharp performance, one fully alert to the satires that enmesh the work.” Gramophone Magazine, June 2015

“The SACD recording is very fine, the booklet impeccably presented. If you love opera and are attracted by the Russian traditions of surrealism and dark humour, then this is an extremely fertile place to plant your flag.” MusicWeb International, 24th June 2015

“Shchedrin parses and sets the text very cleverly, with lively and often humorous orchestration, folkish when needed… Levsha is definitely an ensemble piece best suited to a company like the Mariinsky, with its expert chorus and strongly enacted minor parts.” Opera News

“Andrei Popov gives way to joy in the title role, passing by all states, excitement to dejection. The Flea is a small mechanical doll alla Offenbach, a light coloratura of course, much applauded after her numbers...the beautiful lyric soprano Maria Maksakova as Princess Charlotte deserved much applause.” Diapason

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Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition, Night on Bare Mountain, Songs and Dances of Death

Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition, Night on Bare Mountain, Songs and Dances of Death


Mussorgsky:

Songs and Dances of Death

Ferruccio Furlanetto (bass)

Pictures at an Exhibition

A Night on the Bare Mountain


Valery Gergiev and the Mariinsky Orchestra celebrate Mussorgsky with the release of two of his most cherished works, 'Pictures at an Exhibition' and 'Night on a Bare Mountain' (performed here in Mussorgsky’s original version). Gergiev is at his finest conducting these paragons of Mussorgsky’s work, featured alongside which are the seldom heard 'Songs and Dances of Death', composed during the years 1875 to 1877 and left languishing unpublished during the composer’s lifetime. One of Mussorgsky’s most powerful compositions, each song deals with death in a poetic manner reflecting experiences not uncommon in 19th century Russia: child death, death in youth, drunken misadventure and war.

“[Gergiev's approach] is surprisingly mild with some of the characterisation. 'Gnomus' is agile rather than grotesque; 'The Old Castle' sorrowful (with a nicely mournful saxophone solo) rather than haunted; 'Baba-Yaga' grotesque but hardly alarming...Furlanetto has Russian credentials (as Boris Godunov, no less), and he follows Gergiev in singing a touching lullaby for the dying child.” Gramophone Magazine, April 2015

“an admirable collection…as a whole the disc works very well indeed.” MusicWeb International, 24th February 2015

“The more vivacious pictures spring to life...but those that depend on subtler characterisation and atmosphere often remain inertly matt.” The Telegraph, 1st February 2015 ***

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Shostakovich: Symphonies Nos. 4, 5, 6

Shostakovich: Symphonies Nos. 4, 5, 6


Shostakovich:

Symphony No. 4 in C minor, Op. 43

Symphony No. 5 in D minor, Op. 47

Symphony No. 6 in B minor, Op. 54


Valery Gergiev continues his acclaimed Shostakovich symphony cycle with his sixth release, a 2-SACD set of consecutive symphonies 4, 5 & 6.

Shostakovich's symphonies are often emotionally powerful and the three symphonies performed here are a particularly compelling and riveting combination. The tortuous difficulty of adhering to vaguely articulated political dictats shaped the evolution of Shostakovich’s music. Yet it is his sophisticated employment of musical codes that enabled him to maintain his creative integrity. There is no better illustration of his ability to tread a fine line between acclaim and condemnation than the experience he faced during the 1930s: the period when these symphonies were composed. Previous releases in Gergiev’s Shostakovich cycle include Symphonies Nos 1 & 15, Symphonies Nos 2 & 11, Symphonies Nos 3 & 10 and Symphony No 7.

“This studio recording by Gergiev and the Mariinsky Orchestra of St Petersburg makes as strong a case for the music’s unwieldy sprawl as you will hear today...Gergiev’s ongoing Shostakovich cycle should, on this reckoning, end up among the greats.” Financial Times, 12th July 2014 ****

“on compelling form … worthy of anyone’s attention.” International Record Review, September 2014

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Prokofiev: Symphony No. 5 & Piano Concerto No. 3

Prokofiev: Symphony No. 5 & Piano Concerto No. 3


Prokofiev:

Symphony No. 5 in B flat major, Op. 100

Piano Concerto No. 3 in C major, Op. 26

Denis Matsuev (piano)


The Mariinsky label presents the recording of two of Prokofiev’s most popular works, Piano Concerto No 3 and Symphony No 5. Denis Matsuev features as soloist, in this his fourth recording on the Mariinsky label. Since winning the 11th International Tchaikovsky Competition in 1998 Matsuev has established a reputation as one of Russia’s leading pianists and is renowned for his interpretations of Russian music. His recordings of Rachmaninov’s Concerto No. 3 Shostakovich Piano Concertos 1 & 2 and Tchaikovsky’s first two piano concertos, have all received considerable acclaim.

Written at the height of World War II in 1944, Prokofiev’s 5th Symphony was intended as “a hymn to free and happy Man, to his mighty powers, his pure and noble spirit.” The symphony’s character was inevitably determined by the time and circumstances of its composition. It would be a patriotic work, big, heroic and ultimately optimistic; it would be a symphony of mass appeal. "I thought of it as a work glorifying the human spirit", wrote Prokofiev.

Prokofiev wrote five piano concertos but it is his third that has gained the most popularity. It remains one of his most popular pieces and the qualities of clarity and vitality that appealed to the work’s original audiences are apparent almost immediately the work begins. It is no surprise this remains his most frequently performed piano concerto.

Denis Matsuev will be touring throughout the world in 2014. In February he will appear at the closing ceremony of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games, alongside Valery Gergiev, followed by a series of concerts in Spain, presenting Rachmaninov's Piano Concertos and Prokofiev Sonatas. In March and April Matsuev joins the London Symphony Orchestra and Valery Gergiev for a European tour, with concerts in London, Paris and Turin.

“[Gergiev] impresses most when propelling his Mariinsky Orchestra through the Piano Concerto No 3...The result is a terrific performance crackling with electricity and the joy of flying fingers.” The Times, 14th March 2014 ***

“The two performances, concerto and symphony, are emphatically worth hearing, both being thrilling accounts of magnificent works.” MusicWeb International, 9th April 2014

“The Third Piano Concerto certainly packs a mighty punch through Denis Matsuev's brilliantly athletic playing...Yet the work's lyrical elements seem less involving.” BBC Music Magazine, June 2014 ****

“The Allegro takes off at a very fast pace, with impressively precise articulation from the pianist…but he is also able to play with sensitivity and delicacy where that is required…The Mariinsky Orchestra is in excellent form in both those performances…This release is recommended.” Fanfare

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Tchaikovsky: Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 2

Tchaikovsky: Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 2


Tchaikovsky:

Piano Concerto No. 1 in B flat minor, Op. 23

Piano Concerto No. 2 in G major, Op. 44


Since winning the 11th International Tchaikovsky Competition in 1998, Denis Matsuev has established a reputation as one of Russia's leading pianists. His début release on the Mariinsky label featuring Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No 3 and Paganini Variations, received widespread acclaim. His second Mariinsky release featured piano concerts by Shostakovich and Shchedrin, which was awarded Clef du Mois by ResMusica and ***** by Audiophile Audition. For his third release, Matsuev turns to the music of Tchaikovsky, with the two Piano Concertos. His first Piano Concerto is one of his most popular works: Tchaikovsky balances core motivic elements with a sense of lyrical spontaneity to create a technically challenging but instantly appealing work.

The Piano Concerto No.2 was dedicated to pianist Nikolai Rubinstein, with whom the composer had a close working relationship. Tchaikovsky wrote, “I want to dedicate it to N. G. Rubinstein in recognition of his magnificent playing of my First Concerto and of my Sonata, which left me in utter rapture after he performed it for me in Moscow.” After a tremendous piano cadenza in the first movement, Tchaikovsky allows other instruments to shine, with prominent solos for violin and cello in the second movement.

Other Tchaikovsky recordings on the Mariinsky label include a DVD/Bluray release of his last three symphonies, and 2011 Tchaikovsky Competition winner Daniil Trifonov’s interpretation of the first Piano Concerto on SACD.

In March and April Denis Matsuev joins the London Symphony Orchestra and Valery Gergiev for a European tour, with concerts in London, Paris and Turin.

“The performances are never less than technically assured and anyone coming to them with experience of other recordings will certainly find that Messrs. Matsuev and Gergiev offer an invariably interesting and often quite striking alternative approach.” MusicWeb International, 7th March 2014

“I doubt if you will ever hear [the B flat minor Concerto] more viscerally thrilling and sumptuously engineered than here. Listening to Matsuev and Gergiev is the aural equivalent of watching Federer and Nadal...If this isn't the greatest performance on disc, it is certainly now my personal benchmark...Matsuev and Gergiev give a similarly blistering account of the G major Concerto.” Gramophone Magazine, April 2014

“An energetic reading, robust, demonstrative, flashy…Let us bow before the purely technical qualties of Matsuev, who swallows the deadliest features with speed and sometimes staggering accuracy.” Diapason

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Shostakovich: Symphony No. 8 in C minor, Op. 65

Shostakovich: Symphony No. 8 in C minor, Op. 65


Valery Gergiev continues his Shostakovich symphony cycle with the release of the Eighth Symphony. The work, imbued with a deep sense of sorrow and fear, is considered to be one of the composer’s finest scores. The authorities expected a victorious anthem in light of the Nazi retreat, but Shostakovich appeared too affected by the casualties and ruin of the war.

The New York Times recently hailed Gergiev for demonstrating a "powerfully intuitive connection to these works and a keen ear for the intricacies of Shostakovich’s musical voice." Previous releases in Gergiev’s Shostakovich cycle include Symphonies 1 & 15, Symphonies 2 & 11, Symphonies 3 & 10 and Symphony No. 7. Between them they have received two Grammy Award nominations, as well as Chocs from Classica (France) and Editor’s Choices from Gramophone. Valery Gergiev and the Mariinsky Orchestra will tour the US in October with an all-Russian programme including performances of Shostakovich Symphonies 5 & 8 and Stravinsky’s Firebird.

“a very impressive interpretation of the most harrowing and questioning of Shostakovich's 'war symphonies'...Gergiev is especially convincing in his shaping of the large-scale architecture of the huge first movement and the fourth movement's passacaglia.” BBC Music Magazine, January 2014 ****

“The interpretation still lacks the nth degree of intensity...On the plus side, the argument is given a little more space, Gergiev's theatrical instincts ensuring that the colours are not uniformly grey. String lines are shaped with surprising affection. The climax when it comes is as timbrally Russian as can be found today.” Gramophone Magazine, January 2014

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