Russian National Orchestra Tickets
Make your way to an upcoming show that will feature powerhouse musicians from the Russian National Orchestra. Be sure to get your hands on Russian National Orchestra tickets as soon as possible, in order to confirm your attendance for the event.
Russian National Orchestra Venues
- Russian National Orchestra Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium
- Russian National Orchestra Curtis Phillips Center For The Performing Arts
- Russian National Orchestra Davies Symphony Hall
- Russian National Orchestra Kravis Center - Dreyfoos Concert Hall
- Russian National Orchestra: Yuja Wang Valley Performing Arts Center
Russian National Orchestra Cities
- Russian National Orchestra Gainesville FL
- Russian National Orchestra New York NY
- Russian National Orchestra Northridge CA
- Russian National Orchestra San Francisco CA
- Russian National Orchestra West Palm Beach FL
Latest Russian National Orchestra Events
- Russian National Orchestra: Yuja Wang, Valley Performing Arts Center tickets for 02/19 08:00 PM at Valley Performing Arts Center, Northridge, CA
- Fri Feb 19 2016
- Russian National Orchestra, Davies Symphony Hall tickets for 02/21 07:00 PM at Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco, CA
- Sun Feb 21 2016
- Russian National Orchestra, Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium tickets for 03/02 08:00 PM at Carnegie Hall Isaac Stern Auditorium, New York, NY
- Wed Mar 02 2016
- Russian National Orchestra: Borodin, Prokofiev & Stravinsky, Kravis Center - Dreyfoos Concert Hall tickets for 03/07 08:00 PM at Kravis Center Dreyfoos Concert Hall, West Palm Beach, FL
- Mon Mar 07 2016
The Russian National Orchestra was founded back in 1990 by Mikhail Pletnev, who currently serves the orchestra as its artistic director. The debut performance organized by the organization was in the same year as its establishment and was held in Moscow. This performance was an absolute success and BBC Proms London applauded it to be such a captivating performance that audiences involuntary gave sighs of pleasure. Its founder, Pletnev is one of the most respected conductors, composers and pianists throughout the world. Pletnev has gained popularity due to his intense compositions that bring to the plate amalgamation of intellect with instinct. As a keyboardist Pletnev was able to capture the whole world’s attention by the mere age of twenty one when he won the first place and a gold medal at the Tchaikovsky International Piano Competition that was held back in the year 1978. Pletnev has received the honor of being the guest conductor of several prestigious institutions such as the Tokyo Philharmonic, London’s Philharmonic Orchestra, Concertgebouw Orchestra, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, London Symphony Orchestra, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and Orchestra della Svizzera Italina. Some of Pletnev’s most popular works include Triptych for Symphony Orchestra, Classical Symphony, and Capriccio for Piano and Fantasy on Kazakh Themes.
After working for several decades, Pletnev decided to establish his own institution that would allow him to collaborate with some of the finest musicians and composers to revive the orchestral arts. With this aim, Pletnev was able to establish the very first independent orchestra throughout Russia. Touring throughout the world in various countries such as Asia, America and Europe, the RNO was the very first orchestra to present a show in Israel and the Vatican. On these tours the orchestral organization has collaborated with numerous artists such as Nicola Luisotti, Vladimir Jurowski, Alan Gilbert, Antonio Pappano, Yefim Bronfman, Patrick Summers, Carlo Ponti, Sir James Galway, Pinchas Zukerman, Steven Isserlis, Itzhak Perlman, Simone Kermes, Dmitri Hvorostovsky and Renee Fleming, amongst numerous others.
Some of the orchestras most popular recordings that have won the institution several prestigious awards include Beethoven: Piano Concertos No. 2 and No. 4, Beethoven: The Nine Symphonies, Glazunov: Complete Concertos, Prokofiev: Cinderella, Prokofiev and Beintus: Peter and the Wolf, Rachmaninov: Symphony No. 3, Scriabin: Symphony No. 3, Schostakovich: Symphony No. 11, Schostakovich: Symphonies No. 15 and Hamlet, Schostakovich: Symphonies No. 1 and 6 and Taneyev: At the Reading of a Psalm, amongst numerous others. Some of the awards that these recordings have been able to win include Best Concerto Award of 2007, awarded by Tokyo Record Academy, Grammy Award in 2004, Romantic Record of the Year award given by the Classic FM Magazine in 1998, Recording of the Month 2009 award given by Gramophone Magazine and Disc of the Month award honored by BBC Music Magazine in 2011, amongst numerous others.
The orchestra consists of numerous talented musicians that include fourteen first violinists, fifteen second violinists, eleven violas, eight cello players, seven double basses, four flute players, three musicians handling oboes, four clarinet players, four musicians playing the bassoons, six musicians on the French horns, three on trumpets, four playing the trombones, one tuba player, two on the harps, a pianist and six musicians playing the percussion. Together this gigantic team along with their artistic director and conductor, Mikhail Pletnev, present intense and powerful performances at every show that touch the hearts of audiences and move them each time.
If you wish to watch the Russian National Orchestra perform and showcase their true talent at an upcoming event, all you need to do is grab your set of Russian National Orchestra tickets without any further delay.