Lectures at the Philharmonic Hall will talk about great conductors
A series of six lectures on the famous conductors of the past starts at the St. Petersburg Philharmonic.
Visitors will be told about Richard Wagner, Gustav Mahler, Arturo Toscanini, Leopold Stokowski, Eugene Ormandi and Herbert von Karayan. Music critic Nadezhda Markaryan will help to understand the relationship between musicians and conductors.
Lectures will be held from November 1 to February 28. You can get to them for free, but you must pre-register on the site. The schedule is presented below.
Lectures on Great Conductors:
- November 1 - Richard Wagner;
- November 8 - Gustav Mahler;
- December 6 - Arturo Toscani;
- December 20 - Leopold Stokowski;
- February 14 - Eugene Ormandy;
- February 28 - Herbert von Karajan.
Once a month, lectures from the cycle “Music +” are held at the Philharmonic. There, scientists, art historians, critics tell how this phenomenon affects our lives, history, technology and much more.