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Clarinetist Julian Milkis and Siberian Virtuosi from Russia!

  • December 15, 2015, 8 PM
  • John Hancock Hall, Boston

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My Russian Deal Recommends:

Clarinetist Julian Milkis and Siberian Virtuosi from Russia!

- December 15, 2015, 8 PM

- John Hancock Hall, Boston

- Purchase tickets HERE.

  • About the Concert:

Crossover Canadian clarinetist Julian Milkis joins the Siberian Virtuosi in Taste of the Holidays. They perform classical and jazz works chosen and arranged specifically for this performance.

  • About the Program:

HANDEL “Dignare o domine” from “Dettingen” Te Deum
BACH Toccata and Fugue in D Minor
SARASATE Hota Navarra
PIAZZOLLA “Autumn” from The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires
ALEXEY SHOR / ORAN ELDOR The Last Gloomy Sunday
BLAKE “Memories of You”
GIYA KANCHELI “Rag-Gidon-Time”
ALEXEY SHOR Chicken Tarantella
GERSHWIN “Walking the Dog”
BACH “Air” from Orchestral Suite No.3 in D Major, BWV 1068
ROSSINI Allegro from String Sonata No. 3 in C Major
ALEXEY SHOR Semi Canonical Great Fued
GRIGORA┼× DINICU “Hora Staccato”
SCHUBERT “Ave Maria,” D. 839
KHACHATURIAN “Sabre Dance” from Gayane
ENESCU Excerpts from Romanian Rhapsody No. 1 in A Major, Op. 11
DICK HYMAN Clarinata
GOODMAN A Smooth One
ALEXEY SHOR Don Tangoletto

- Julian Milkis, Clarinet
- Siberian Virtuosi

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  • About Julian Milkis:

Called by many the “King of Crossover”, Canadian clarinetist-virtuoso Julian Milkis joins a “gem” of a string ensemble from the coldest city in the world, Yakutsk, Russia, Siberian Virtuosi, in the program “Taste of the Holidays”. Vibrant, colorful and mood-filled works from the classical and jazz genres by such masters as Johann Sebastian Bach, George Friedrich Handel, Pablo Sarasate, Franz Schubert, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, and Gioacchino Rossini, to George Gershwin, Giya Kancheli, Aram Khachaturian, Astor Piazzolla, Alexey Shor, Oran Eldor, and Benny Goodman were specifically arranged for both Julian Milkis and the Siberian Virtuosi.

  • About the Siberian Virtuosi:

Siberian Virtuosi, the State Ensemble of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia, is a troupe of 11 violinists and a pianist, which is gaining an increasing popularity in Russia and around the world.  Founded in 1994 as the Virtuosi of Yakutia, the Ensemble has given over 1,200 concerts during the last 20 years.  It has performed in 14 European and Asian countries, including France, United Kingdom, Austria, Italy, Germany, Israel, China and South Korea.

  • What Others Are Saying:

“Beautiful sustaining sound and great virtuosity”  – The Hamburg Abendblatt

“simply the best clarinetist in the world!” – Russian Nezavisimaya Gazeta

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