Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra

Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra
Maestro Vladimir Spivakov and the acclaimed Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, called by the New York Times "first-class string performers", return to North America for their 7-city tour in June of 2017. Vladimir Spivakov, one of the world's most prominent violinists and conductors, has lead the Moscow Virtuosi since 1979, setting up the gold standard for chamber music performance. The Washington Post has hailed the Virtuosi as "a dramatically unified ensemble" with "a sound that would put many full orchestras to shame". Moscow Virtuosi and Vladimir Spivakov are joined by the brilliant soprano and Metropolitan Opera star, Ms. Hibla Gerzmava, for the program of international opera hits, famous romances, as well as classical favorites performed by the orchestra. The orchestra is also joined by the young prodigy from Israel, cellist Danielle Akta.

Hibla Gerzmava rapidly established herself as a major force on the international opera stage since becoming the Grand Prix winner of the prestigious International Tchaikovsky Competition. Opera lovers admired Ms. Gerzmava's voice in the MET Opera productions of "Don Giovanni", "Otello", "Turandot", and "Les Contes D'Hoffman". Ms. Gerzmava performed her sold-out debut recital at Carnegie Hall in October 2015.

Venue: Wilshire Ebell Theatre

The Wilshire Ebell Theatre is a 1,270-seat live performance venue.  A rental facility renowned for the great diversity of the artists that grace its stage, the Wilshire Ebell Theatre hosts a wide variety of events, including concerts, plays, dance performances and lectures.  The theatre has a rich history beginning with the West Coast Premiere of Sigmund Romberg's operetta Desert Song as the door opening event in 1927 as well as having been the site of, among other notable events, Judy Garland's first audition and Amelia Earhart's final public appearance.

Wilshire Ebell Theatre
4401 West 8th Street
Los Angeles, California 90005

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