RADIO FRANCE. Paris.
December 10th, 2014, 19:00.
One of the most famous and respectable venues - “Radio de la France" P.I. Tchaikovsky
"Dumka", Russian rustic scene, Op. 59
Tchaikovsky’s Dumka is among his most substantial piano works, concluding with an elegiac memory of its former glow and intensity.
Piano Trio in A minor, Op. 50, was written in Rome between December 1881 and late January 1882. It is subtitled In memory of a great artist, in reference to Nikolai Rubinstein, his close friend and mentor, who had died on 23 March 1881. It is scored for the usual combination of piano, violin, and cello.
Premiere!!! Mysterious Drama -"Transforma"
November 11th, 2014
On“Transforma” is a - Mysterious Drama which describes recreation of the world and humanity from the chaos, because, in the end, after the destruction and the fall, there is always an incredible feeling of" experiences of light, miracle and indestructibility of the world ".
The concert was performed in Ukraine National forum "DONKULT” – “Bowels of the Art". This unique project brings together bright and powerful talent of the Composer, the Producer and the Conductor.
On the photo (from right to left) : Irina Budanskaya - Initiator and Sponsor of the project, together with the owners of the “Spiritual Treasures of Ukraine” Museum, Victoria Polevaya - Composer, Dmitry Yablonsky - Conductor, Alexander Kryzhanovsky - Producer
Recording of Shostakovich's symphonies for the "NAXOS" label
October 20th-22nd, 2014
The "Kyiv Soloists" ensemble was very excited to learn that they will record five of Shostakovich’s Chamber Symphonies for the famous NAXOS label. “This is really an important event for us and we are very grateful to our Maestro, Dmitry Yablonsky, for letting us have this opportunity. We hope he saw our preparation and dedication towards this project as a sign of gratitude.”
CONCERT IN VIENNA
October 7th, 2014
Huge success in a crowded hall in a concert conducting the Vienna Chamber Orchestra and Farhad Badalbayli as soloist.
A concert dedicated to the promotion of Azerbaiyan music
that might be the origen of a Concert series in the future.
Visions of Azerbaijan - Magazine's review
A"Look through back issues of Visions and the name Dmitry Yablonsky crops up more than once. So what is a Moscow-born, Juilliard-educated, world-renowned cellist and conductor doing in a journal about Azerbaijan?
Well, the CD review that follows this interview is part of the answer," ....
cellist and conductor