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Kochanovsky is coming back to London

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The wonderful cycle of three concerts by Stanislav Kochanovsky, conductor and the Philharmonia Orchestra between Leicester, Bedford and London has just ended with a great success!
The last evening at London's Royal Festival Hall included Rachmaninov's The Bells, Liadov's Fragments from the Apocalypse and Scriabin's Prometheus: The Poem of Fire.
The concert featured pianist Alexei Volodin, soprano Anush Hovhannisyan, tenor Toby Spence, baritone Yuriy Yurchuk and the Philharmonia Chorus.
"Kochanovsky led a very fine account. He has a wonderfully fluid baton action and a soft, expressive left hand, shaping the musical lines elegantly, but never imposing himself forcefully on the music. The Philharmonia’s strings glowed warmly, flickering flutes tickled the palate and Rachmaninov’s ingeniously-scored bell effects rang brilliantly."
- Mark Pullinger, Bachtrack
Mark Allan (c) photos