Asian Premiere of Lamentation

The Asian premiere of the “Lamentation” (for violin solo and strings) by Margarita Zelenaia will take place at the Concert Hall of the Kyrgyz National Philharmonics named by T. Satylganov in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, on 12/12/13 at 6:00pm. Performers: Talant Moldokanov, violin and The State Academic Symphony Orchestra under the button of Maestro Rakhatbeck Osmonaliev The concert is dedicated to the […]

Lamentation Premiere on January 12th, 2014

The American premiere of the “Lamentation” (violin solo and strings) by Margarita Zelenaia will take part on Sunday, January 12, 2014 at 3pm at the Christ and Stephen’s Church (120 West 69 street, New York City). Performers: The North/South Chamber Orchestra Max Lifchitz, conductor The program also features works by: Ada Gentile Tudor Dominik Maican Max Lifchitz

Russian Premiere of “Lamentation” in Chelyabinsk

The Russian premiere of the “Lamentation” (for violin solo and strings) by Margarita Zelenaia will take place at the Concert Hall named by S. S Prokofiev in Chelyabinsk, Russia, on 12/23/13 at 6:30pm. Performers: Olga Smolenskaya, violin, «Classic», chamber orchestra under the button of Maestro Adik Abdurakhmanov The program named the New Year’s Firework also features the award-winning soprano Natalia […]

World premiere of “At the Time’s Line” in Moscow

Margarita Zelenaia’s world premiere of “At the Time’s Line”, commissioned by Yuri Polubelov, will take place on May 31 2014, 7pm at the Rachmaninoff’s Hall of the Moscow Conservatory in Moscow, Russia. The program also features: Sergei Pilutikov “Zig-zags” (2000)Dmitri Kapirin. “Kontsershtuk” (world premiere)Alexander Schetinskii. Sonata (2000)Leonid Gofman “Five small plays and a canon” (2000)Sergei Akhunov “For adults only” (world […]

A CD by Max Lifchitz to include Mussorgsky and Beyond

Max Lifchitz, pianist, will record a CD for North/South Recordings label that will include Margarita Zelenaia’s “Mussorgsky & Beyond”, Double Variations for piano solo. The recording will also feature the music by NYWC members: Elizabeth Bell, Katherine Hoover, Nailah Nombeko.

‘Vocalize’ (Homage II to Rachmaninoff) on September 6, 2013

Margarita Zelenaia’s ‘Vocalize’ (Homage II to Rachmaninoff) for violin and cello was chosen among 170 submissions from around the globe for the UNBOUND, the Living Arts New Music Festival. The UNBOUND performance is 9:00PM, Friday, September 6, 2013 at Living Arts. 307 E Brady St. Tulsa, OK 74120.The ‘Vocalize’ will be performed with original contemporary dance choreography by Alicia Chesser […]

World Premiere of Mussorgsky and Beyond: April 21, 2013

A world premiere of Margarita Zelenaia’s “Mussorgsky and Beyond” (Double variations based on Mussorgsky) for piano solo will take place on April 21, 2013 at 3pm at Christ and St. Stephen’s Church, New York. Performer: Max Lifchitz, piano. North/South Consonance Free-admission concert in the visually appealing and acousticallysuperior setting of Christ and St. Stephen’s Church Location: 120 West 69th Street […]

September 28, 2012: World Premiere of Russian New York

September 28, 2012 at 9pm A world premiere of the documentary entitled Russian New York: The New Review Director: Alexandra Sviridova Camera man: Igor Funk Composer: Margarita Zelenaia It will take part at the Fifth Annual Russian Documentary Film Festival in New York. Location: Tribeca Cinemas 54 Varick Street New York, NY 10013

April 28, 2012 “The New Review: Past, Present and Future”

April 28, 2012 at 5:30pm A world premiere of the documentary entitled ‘The New Review: Past, Present and Future’ (Alexandra Sviridova, director, Igor funk, camera man) with music by Margarita Zelenaia.It will take part at the International Conference“Russian Emigration at the Crossroads of the XX-XXI Centuries” Location:Columbia University, International Affairs Building420 West 118th Street (at Amsterdam Ave.),15th Fl, Room 1501New […]

March 18, 2012 “Psalmodia”

Sunday, March 18, 2012 at 4pm the “Psalmodia” (an excerpt from the “Byzantine Chants”, sacred concerto for a solo cello)will be performed by Clive Greensmith,a cellist from the ‘Tokyo String quartet’. It will be part of the ‘Music between East and West:Continuity and Change’ concert event at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, presented in conjunction with the exhibition ‘Byzantium and […]


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