Moscow State Symphony Orchestra
Music Director & Chief Conductor Pavel Kogan
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Awarding Ceremony and Gala Concert with the Works of the Winners of the Competition of Young Composers "PARTITURA"
Venue
Great Hall of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory

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2 hours 30 minutes
Day
01 October (Thursday) 2020
Time
19:00

On 01 October, at 19:00, in the Great Hall of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory, the ceremony of awarding young leaders of modern academic music, and the Gala Concert with the works of Winners of the first All-Russian Competition of Young Composers "PARTITURA", the largest of competitions for young composers in modern Russia, will be held. The gala concert will be performed by the Moscow State Academic Symphony Orchestra conducted by Pavel Kogan. The conductor is a Russian conductor and double-bass player, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation - Alexei Khodorchenkov.

7 winners of the competition who have already received a cash prize of 200,000 rubles will be awarded diplomas and prizes.

"PARTITURA" is the largest competition of Russian contemporary music. It includes seven nominations, each comparing scores featuring a symphony orchestra. The competition was created to provide targeted support to young talents and popularize their compositions, stimulate composer's creativity, as well as to update the repertoires of musical collectives with actual works of young compatriots. The largest competition of Russian contemporary music "PARTITURA" is a unique chance for young composers to declare themselves.

Organizer: Foundation for the Development of Contemporary Art.

Partners: Moscow State Symphony Orchestra  under the direction of Pavel Kogan, the Union of Composers of Russia, the Elena Obraztsova Foundation for the Support of Musical Arts, the critical-journalistic magazine "Musical Life".

The competition is held using a grant from the President of the Russian Federation provided by the Presidential Grants Foundation.

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