Orchestral Ballet Concerto Symphony. St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra. Biography by Blair Sanderson. The St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra makes it a priority to understand and perform a great variety of repertoire.
petersburg state symphony orchestra. The orchestra was established in 1967 by Leningrad's outstanding conductors Nikolai Rabinovich, Karl Eliasberg, and Edward Grikurov. The well-considered repertoire policy of performing seldom-played opuses of different musical styles and periods, and eager attention to music of living composers also defined the orchestra's name: from the day of its origination and until 1985 it was called "Orchestra of Ancient and Modern Music.
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The Saint Petersburg Academic Symphony Orchestra, founded in 1931, is one of the two symphony orchestras belonging to the Saint Petersburg Philharmonia society, the other being the more famous Saint Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, founded in the 19th century. The Saint Petersburg Academic Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1931 as the Leningrad Radio Orchestra. In 1953, it came under the umbrella of Saint Petersburg Philhamonia.
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Listen to the biggest hits from St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra, including Gayane (excerpts): Dances of the Boys, Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550 "Great G Minor": IV. Allegro assai, Masquerade: Mazurka, and more on Slacker Radio. Led for ten years by Edward Serov, the orchestra toured throughout the Soviet Union and internationally, and performed at many music festivals. In 1985, the ensemble was elevated to state orchestra status, under the leadership of Ravil Martynov. He toured with the orchestra in China, Japan, Germany, Austria, Spain, Finland, Norway, Sweden, France, Belgium, and Mexico. Vasily Petrenko was the chief conductor from 2004 to 2007, followed by Alexander Titov from 2007 to 2013