Special Prizes of Mikael Tariverdiev's Charity Fund:
Special Prize for XXII international competition GRAND PRIX DE CHARTRES
Prize to be awarded at Glinka International Contest of Vocalists "For the best musical-poetic interpretation of modern author's piece"
Prize to be awarded at Amber Nightingale, Zara Dolukhanova International Contest of Vocalits "For the best performance of Zara Dolukhanova's repertory"
Avant-garde of Mikael Tariverdiev
It is a monthly programme coming on the wave of Radio Rossia for seven years every second Tuesday on 7.30 pm (Mosow time). The programme is hosted by Ludmila Osipova.
In conjunction with Vera Tariverdieva, Antique Beat are very proud to publish the first major collection of the film music of Russian composer Mikael Tariverdiev in the UK, Europe and the US. Earth Recordings have released an extraordinary triple deluxe vinyl edition of a selection of Mikael's extraordinary work from the late 1950s to the early 1990s.
To buy the Vinyl, CD: https://tariverdiev.bandcamp.com/album/film-music
And To buy the digital download via I Tunes: http://geni.us/Tariverdievfilmmusic
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List of concerts in 2016. more >
Posters of the competition concerts - september 2015. more >
Composer and organist Maurizio Machella presents Mikael Tariverdiev’ scores in transcriptions for organ.. more >
22-24 April 2015 - the North-American Round of the 9th Mikael Tariverdiev Organ Competition in Hamburg. more >
13 organists from the different places of the USA, Austria, Uzbekistan, Romania, South Korea and Japan took part in the North-American Round of the 9th Mikael Tariverdiev Competition. Six of them passed the the second round and will perform in Kaliningrad: Yoomi Chang, Jinhee Kim, Olga Lebedeva Amanda Mole, Andrew Morris, Brent te Velde. more >
Video and photos from Tchaikovsky Concert Hall presents Mikael Tariverdiev' music programme. You can join the event here. Moscow philharmonic web-site www.meloman.ru. more >
Tchaikovsky Concert Hall presents Mikael Tariverdiev' music programme. January, 10, 2015. more >
"Hello, this is One Tram Radio. It’s no ordinary tram, but a musical one; the only tram that will take you to your destination and play you some music along the way." These are the opening words of the broadcast inside the Muscial Tram, as it set out on its first trip from Kaliningrad’s main square to Depot No.1, the venue for the opening of the Organ+ festival.. more >
This year’s Special Prize of the Mikael Tariverdiev Fund, established in collaboration with the St Petersburg Philharmonic at the 24th Grand Prix de Chartres, went to the young French organist Thomas Ospital.. more >
Michal Kocot, second prize winner of the 8th Mikael Tariverdiev International Organ Competition, has had a very successful concert at the Great Hall of the St Petersburg Philharmonic.. more >
In 2014, the Organ+ festival will be held between 10 and 18 October. Commencing its opening ceremony, on 10 October at the Tramway Depot #1, will be a concert by the famous Lithuanian band Subtilu-Z. The same day will also see the presentation of a tram car that may well become one of Kaliningrad’s cultural trademarks. more >
The 50th anniversary of Goodbye, Boys!, a film by Mikhail Kalik and Mikael Tariverdiev was celebrated at the Russian cinema festival Window into Europe.. more >
Between April 21 and 25, MIKAEL TARIVERDIEV DAYS were held in the Republic of Nagorno-Karabakh. The following is an account by poet Viktor Konoplev, an organizer and participant in the musical event.. more >
An evening dedicated to Mikael Tariverdiev's music was held with great success in Yerevan, Armenia. Participated Haik Kazasyan (violin), Alexey Goribol (piano), Dmitriy Pevtsov (vocal), Gevorg Hakobyan (baritone), Gevorg Dabaghyan (duduk), State Youth Orchestra of Armenia conducted by Sergey Smbatyan. The program included Concert N 1 for Violin and Orchestra, Suite from the “Girl and Death” ballet, film music of different years, was taken by Yerevan public triunphantly.. more >
50 music schools of Moscow, Ryazan, Gvardeysk of
Kaliningrad, 100 participants performed 200 peices. more >
We are proud to announce the much-anticipated arrival of Mikhael Tariverdiev's music at iTunes! From now on you can browse and download the extensive collection of Tariverdiev's music on the world's largest digital media retailer. Over 200 tracks are available at reduced prices, with more to come.. more >