Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra

Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra

A celebrated cultural treasure of Lithuania, the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra is widely recognised as one of the world’s finest chamber orchestras. The remarkable history of the orchestra features over a hundred performances with Mstislav Rostropovich and Lord Yehudi Menuhin; a recording of Bach’s 12 Keyboard Concertos and Haydn Concertos for Piano and Orchestra with Tatjana Nikolaeva; Beethoven’s The Creatures of Prometheus narrated by Sir Peter Ustinov and a recent recording of Vivaldi’s violin concertos with Sergej Krylov released by DG. Over the years its soloists have included Janine Jansen, Vadim Repin, Daniel Hope, Oleg Kagan, Yuri Bashmet, Misha Maisky, Natalia Gutman, David Geringas, Daniel Muller-Schott, Evgeny Kissin, Bruno Canino, Sergei Nakariakov, Alexei Ogrinchuk, Jean-Pierre Rampal, Mojka Erdmann, Avi Avital and others.

As Music Director and Conductor of the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, a position he has held since 2008, Sergej Krylov plays the dual role of soloist and conductor in a wide repertoire that ranges from the Baroque to contemporary music. His dedication to the highest professional standard and finesse of music making, as well as a constant widening of the repertoire, opened new exciting horizons in the Orchestra’s development resulting in more than 200 highly acclaimed joint performances across the world. The critics described the dynamic musical partnership between the orchestra and Sergej Krylov as “a harmonious and conspiring relationship with the orchestra”, “an absolute attunement between the violinist-conductor and the orchestra” and “the charming and aristocratic gallantry, without improper familiarity, but with confidence in each other.”

The Orchestra has toured in the Baltics and at the major European concert halls; their performances were streamed and broadcast over multiple channels and on social media.

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November 16, 2023 | Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, Vilnius.

National Philharmonic Hall

Vilnius, Lithuania

Sergej Krylov (music director, violinist and conductor)
Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra

 

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART 

Symphony in F major, KV 75

BENJAMIN BRITTEN 

Simple Symphony, Op. 4

NICCOLÒ PAGANINI 

Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 4 in D minor, MS 60 (chamber orchestra arrangement by Tomas Petrikis)

 

 

Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall, 19:00

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October 15, 2023 | Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, Foggia

Teatro Giordano

Foggia, Italy

Sergej Krylov (music director, violinist and conductor)
Dino De Palma (viola)
Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

Sinfonia Concertante for violin and viola

EDWARD GRIEG

Holberg Suite

PABLO DE SARASATE

Romanza andalusa

Introduzione e tarantella

Gipsy airs op. 20

 

Teatro Giordano

Cervo, IT

14 July 2023 - 21:30
Recital with Lucas Debargu

Faure

Sonata for violin and piano No.1, Op.13

Saint-Saens

Introduction et Rondò capriccioso in a minor, Op. 28

Ravel

Sonata for violin and piano

“Tzigane”

Chiesa dei Corallini  
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Lyon

Two performances of Prokofiev’s Concerto for violin and orchestra in A minor, Op.102 with Nikolaj Szeps-Zneider and Orchestre national de Lyon, 30 September and 1 October 2022

Prokofiev with Nikolaj Szeps-Zneider

Bachtrack review

 

 

 

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Alexander Krylov

Alexander Krylov

Alexander Krylov (Alessandro Crillovi), often  referred to as Russian Stradivarius, was an outstanding Russian violin maker, the first Russian luthier to have graduated from the Cremona Academy with the Gold medal. The family moved to Cremona in 1989 where he built exquisite instruments highly praised by the musicians and collectors alike and taught many fine makers.

Sergej Krylov was often a “test pilot” for his father’s new creations and since 1994 he frequently plays worldwide the violin built specially for him. 

 

“I remember my violin since it was a piece of wood, I watched it being made. The minute I held it in my hands I knew it was my instrument – it was a very special, unique feeling.”

 

 

 

Inside the violin
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Krzysztof Penderecki

Extraordinary work of recording Krzysztof Penderecki’s Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No.2, “Metamorphosen” with The Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra conducted by the great composer himself.