Sveta&Slava Duo

Thursday 13th September
7.30pm

Annan Academy, AnnanAdults £15, Under 26s £0


Programme:

Schubert/Popper Frühlingsglaube (Faith in Spring)
Schnittke Suite in the Old Style
Webern Two Pieces for Cello & Piano
Mendelssohn Variations Concertantes Op.17
Interval
MacMillan Kiss on Wood
Schnittke Sonata for Cello & Piano No.1

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Friday 14th September
7.30pm

Cochran Hall, KirkcudbrightAdults £15, Under 26s £0


Programme:

Rachmaninov Do Not Sing to Me, My Beauty Op.4,
No.4
Rachmaninov Sonata for Cello & Piano in G minor,
Op.19
Interval
Music à la Carte Menu (You vote for the music
performed via an app provided.)

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Saturday 15th September
7.30pm

Holywood Village Hall, DumfriesAdults £15, Under 26s £0


Programme:

Schubert/Popper Frühlingsglaube (Faith in Spring)
Schnittke Suite in the Old Style
Webern Two Pieces for Cello & Piano
Mendelssohn Variations Concertantes Op.17
Interval
MacMillan Kiss on Wood
Schnittke Sonata for Cello & Piano No.1

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Sunday 16th September
2.30pm

Buccleuch & Queensberry Arms, ThornhillAdults £15, Under 26s £0


Programme:

Rachmaninov Do Not Sing to Me, My Beauty Op.4,
No.4
Rachmaninov Sonata for Cello & Piano in G minor,
Op.19
Interval
Music à la Carte Menu (You vote for the music
performed via an app provided.)

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Russian cellist Svetlana Mochalova and Ukrainian pianist Slava Sidorenko first met at the Royal Northern College of Music. A musical relationship blossomed into a personal relationship and the couple are now married.
Between them, they’ve won multiple awards and performed at venues including the Purcell Room, the Barbican, Wigmore Hall and Glastonbury. Both individually and together, they are passionate about engaging with audiences in imaginative ways. Svetlana has played music from the legendary Hacienda Club live on stage with Manchester Camerata at Glastonbury. Meanwhile, Slava recently performed as a soloist with the LSO in a series of concerts at the Barbican featuring music from Japanese video games.

As part of their mission to engage with audiences in a more imaginative way, they’ve developed their own Sveta & Slava app. This allows concert goers to see their Music à la Carte menu and vote for the pieces the duo will perform. Their debut CD, ‘Rachmaninoff’, was released in January 2018.

To find out more about Music à la Carte, please visit www.svetandslava.com