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Alexander Ivashkin, cellist


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Gabriel Prokofiev. Concerto for Cello and Orchestra
With St.Petersburg Philharmony Orchestra conducted by Sabrie Bekirova
World Premiere, May 18 2013
Recorded live in St.Petersburg Philharmony, Russia


1st movement


2nd movement


3rd movement




Johannes Brahms. Concerto for Cello and Orchestra
With Hamburg Symphony Orchestra conducted by Andrey Boreyko
World Premiere, 2005. Recorded live in Hamburg Musikhalle

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1st movement

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2nd movement

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3rd movement

Read more about the score reconstruction…




Nikolai Korndorf: ncerto capriccioso Nikolai Korndorf: ncerto capriccioso
for cello, string orchestra, and percussion
(fragment)
Alexander Ivashkin, cello
The Mariinsky Orchestra. Valery Gergiev, conductor
7 June 2012, The Mariinsky Concert Hall,
St.Petersburg
The White Nights/New Horizons International Festival




Alexander Raskatov: Three Angels Were Singing Alexander Raskatov: Three Angels Were Singing
for three cellos, three children's voices, and orchestra (fragment)
Cello soloists: Ivan Monigetti, Alexander Ivashkin, Gavriil Lipkind.
The Mariinsky Orchestra. Valery Gergiev, conductor
7 June 2012, The Mariinsky Concert Hall,
St.Petersburg
The White Nights/New Horizons International Festival



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Three Cellos Plus…
The Radio Orfei program about The New Horizons Festival in St.Petersburg, June 2012. In Russian





Roger Redgate: Black Icons. WP Roger Redgate: Black Icons. WP
Alexander Ivashkin, cello
Studio for New Music ensemble, Moscow
Igor Dronov, conductor

18 April 2011, The Rakhmaninov Hall of Moscow Conservatoire




Prokofiev: Cello Sonata op.119 Prokofiev: Cello Sonata op.119
Part 1                 Part 2-3

Alexander Ivashkin, cello. Dmitri Alexeev, piano
8 December 2010, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London
Concert in memory of Noelle Mann


Ivashkin… gave his best ever performance of Prokofiev's Cello Sonata.
David Nice at Blogspot.com

an enthralling performance of Prokofiev's Cello Sonata op. 119 by Alexander Ivashkin and Dmitri Alexeev
Max Harrison, Musical Opinion, February/March 2011

  Press: read more…




Prokofiev: Seven, They Are Seven, cantata Prokofiev: Seven, They Are Seven, cantata
Goldsmiths Chamber Choir & Sinfonia
Matt Hass – tenor solo
Alexander Ivashkin – conductor

8 December 2010, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London






Shostakovich: Cello Concerto #1 In E Flat Shostakovich: Cello Concerto #1 In E Flat
1. Allegretto        2. Moderato

Cellist: Alexander Ivashkin
Conductor: Valery Polyansky
Moscow Symphony Orchestra





Schnittke: Musica nostalgica Schnittke: Musica nostalgica
Alexander Ivashkin, cello
Irina Schnittke, piano





Gabriel Prokofiev: Outta Pulser for cello nonet Gabriel Prokofiev: Outta Pulser for cello nonet
(audio recording)
Alexander Ivashkin, conductor; Gabriel Prokofiev, composer, and the TrinityGold Cello Ensemble directed by Natalia Pavlutskaya
World premiere of the original version.
Royal Festival Hall, London, 13 January 2012
The Opening concert of the London Philharmonic Orchestra festival
Sergei Prokofiev: Man of the people?



Schnittke: Music for Chamber Orchestra Schnittke: Music for Chamber Orchestra
Studio for New Music ensemble
Alexander Ivashkin, conductor

Moscow P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory
Rachmaninov Hall. 7 November, 2009





Schnittke: Concerto for Electric Instruments Schnittke: Concerto for Electric Instruments
Part 1          Part 2          Part 3

Alexander Ivashkin, conductor
22 November 2009. Queen Elizabeth Hall, London







Schnittke: Three Madrigals for Soprano and Five Instruments Schnittke: Three Madrigals for Soprano and Five Instruments
Ekaterina Kichigina, soprano
Studio for New Music.
Alexander Ivashkin, conductor

07 November 2009. Moscow Conservatory






Rimsky-Korsakov's Bumblebeea Rimsky-Korsakov's Bumblebee
Alexander Ivashkin with the "Pacific Curls":
Ora Barlow and Kim Halliday

City of London Festival
The Girdlers Hall, 30 June 2011





Tarnopolski: Le vent des mots qu'il n'a pas dits Tarnopolski: Le vent des mots qu'il n'a pas dits
Alexander Ivashkin, cello
Russian Symphony Capella Orchestra
Valery Poliansky, conductor
Festival 'Moscow Autumn' 8 October 2010, Great Hall, Russian Academy of Music, Moscow





Carl Vine: Inner World Carl Vine: Inner World
Alexander Ivashkin, cello

City of London Festival
The Girdlers Hall, 30 June 2011





LIVE RADIO RECORDINGS – excerpts:


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Krzysztof Penderecki: Largo (Cello Concerto)
World premiere of the revised version.
With Cape Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Krzysztof Penderecki.
18 December, 2008


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Mstislav Rostropovich (1927-2007): Humoresque (sample 0'42'')
Recorded by Radio New Zealand, in Christchurch Studio,
in 1991, with Maurice Till, piano.


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Nikolai Korndorf (1947-2001): Concerto Capriccioso for cello and orchestra (sample from the Finale)
World Premiere.
Alexander Ivashkin, cello,  Russian Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by  Konstantin Krimets.
Recorded live  at  the Great Hall of Moscow Conservatoire, 21 November  2005

Read a review on the World Premiere of the Concerto in Canada…




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'A Journey of the Soul'. Booklet of the FestivalSofia Gubaidulina: The Canticle of the Sun
for solo cello, chamber chorus and percussion instruments, 1997 (sample 4'14'')
Dedicated to Mstislav Rostropovich.
Text by St Francis of Assisi (1181/2-1226).
Alexander Ivashkin, cello, Richard Benjafield, percussion, Chris Brannick, percussion.
BBC Singers, Stephen Cleobury, conductor.
Recorded/broadcasted live by BBC Radio 3 at the festival:
'A Journey of the Soul'. The Music of Sofia Gubaidulina. Barbican Centre, London, January 2007