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Alexander Ivashkin, cellist

Concerto Repertoire:

BOCCHERINI Concerto in D major
Concerto in B flat major
J.Chr. BACH Concerto in C minor
HAYDN Concerto in D Major
Concerto in C major
HAYDN-POPPER Concerto in C major
HOFFMANN Concerto in C major
BEETHOVEN Triple Concerto
ROSSINI 'Une Larme', cello and strings
SCHUMANN Concerto
SCHUMANN-SHOSTAKOVICH
Concerto
BRAHMS Double Concerto
Cello Concerto
LALO Concerto
DVORAK Concerto
SAINT-SAENS Concerto No.1
ELGAR Concerto
STRAUSS 'Don Quixotte'
TCHAIKOVSKY Rococo Variations
Pezzo Capriccioso
Andante Cantabile
Nocturne
VIELGORSKY Variations ( 1856)
DAVIDOV Concertos 1-4
Allegro Concertato
GRETCHANINOV Concerto ( 1895)
BORTKIEWICZ Concerto ( 1919)
PROKOFIEV Sinfonia-Concertante
Concertino (new chamber version)
Concerto No.1, op 58
MIASKOVSKY Concerto
GLIERE Concerto
SHOSTAKOVICH Concerto No. 1
Concerto No.2
TISHCHENKO-SHOSTAKOVICH
Concerto No. 1
KHACHATURIAN Concerto
MOSSOLOV Concerto
MILHAUD Concerto No. 1
HINDEMITH Kammermusik (Cello Concerto)
MARTINU Concerto No. 1
SCHNITTKE Concerto No. 1
Concerto No. 2
Double Concerto (Concerto grosso No. 2)
Triple Concerto (vn, vla, cello+strings)
Dialogue
DENISOV 'Tod ist ein langer Schlaf', Variations on Haydn theme for cello and orchestra
GUBAIDULINA 'Aus dem Stundenbuch' (Concerto No. 1), for cello, female speaker, choir and orchestra
'Seven Words' (with accordion and string orchestra)
Der Sonnengesang, for cello, choir and percussion
Detto II
PÄRT 'Pro et Contra'
KANCHELI 'Diplipito', Concerto for cello, countertenor and orchestra
Simi for cello and orchestra
Mourned by the wind for cello and orchestra
PENDERECKI Concerto No. 2
Largo (Concerto for cello and orchestra (2005)
LUTOSLAWSKI 'Grave', 'Metamorphoses' for cello and string orchestra
MacMILLAN Concerto
KORNDORF Concerto Capriccioso (strings/percussion), 1987
TARNOPOLSKY 'The words he could not say…' (Cello Concerto), 1990
WUSTIN 'Disappearances', for cello/ bayan and strings (1995)
RASKATOV 'Misterioso', for cello/viola and orchestra (1997)
SHCHEDRIN 'Parabola Concertante' (2001) for cello strings/timpani
KARAEV 'Ist es Genug?' (written for A.Ivashkin, 2004)



World Premieres:

50+ world premieres, including most recent ones:
  • Brahms – Cello Concerto (with Hamburg SO, Hamburg, Musikhalle, 2004)
  • Korndorf – Cello concerto (with Winnipeg SO, Canada, Winnipeg Concert Hall, 2004)
  • Karaev – 'Ist es genug?' for cello and orchestra (Rakhmaninov Concert Hall of Moscow Conservatoire, with Moscow Studio of New Music orchestra, 2005)
World premieres of the works by John Cage, George Crumb, Mauricio Kagel, Krzysztof Penderecki, Alfred Schnittke, Arvo Pärt, Peter Sculthorpe, Edison Denisov, Sofia Gubaidulina, Giya Kancheli, Rodion Shchedrin, Nikolai Korndorf, Alexander Raskatov, Vladimir Tarnopolski, Augusta Reid Thomas, Lyell Creswell, Gilllian Whitehead, Christopher Cree-Brown, Brigid Bisley and many others.



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World Premiere of Johannes Brahms Cello Concerto
with Hamburger Sinfoniker, conducted by Andrey Boreyko.
Recorded live in Hamburg Musikhalle




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Nikolai Korndorf (1947-2001). Concerto Capriccioso for cello and orchestra (sample from the Finale)
World Premiere
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Alexander Ivashkin, cello, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Andrey Boreyko.
Recorded live by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation at Winnipeg Centennial Concert Hall, 26 January 2004
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World Premiere of Roger Redgate Black Icons for cello and ensemble:
The Rakhmaninov Hall, Moscow Conservatoire, 18 April 2011
Alexander Ivashkin, cello, The Studio for New Music Ensemble, Igor Dronov, conductor










With  Dmitri Sitkovetsky and Dmitri Alexeev performing at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

With Dmitri Sitkovetsky and Dmitri Alexeev
performing at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London


With Dmitri Alexeev at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

With Dmitri Alexeev at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London


Schnittke's Concerto for Three with Tatyana Grindenko, Oleh Krysa and Kremlin Chamber Orchestra

Schnittke's Concerto for Three with Tatyana Grindenko,
Oleh Krysa and Kremlin Chamber Orchestra


With Vladimir Feltsman and Oleh Krysa at the Schnittke Festival in Moscow, 2004

With Vladimir Feltsman and Oleh Krysa
at the Schnittke Festival in Moscow, 2004


Concert with David Geringas, Tatyana Geringas and Natalia Pavlutskaya

Concert with David Geringas, Tatyana Geringas and Natalia Pavlutskaya


World premiere

World premiere


Roger Redgate, Alexander Ivashkin and the conductor, Igor Dronov, at the world premiere of Roger Redgate's 'Black Icons' in Moscow

Roger Redgate, Alexander Ivashkin and the conductor, Igor Dronov,
at the world premiere of Roger Redgate's 'Black Icons' in Moscow