Vladimir Fedoseyev is recognized as the best interpreter of Tchaikovsky’s music. It is already 20 years his orchestra has the name of composer. The honour fall on him to perform Symphony No. 6 at the historical concert dedicated to the 115th anniversary of “Pathetique” in the composer’s museum in Klin.

For the first time Symphony No. 6 was performed on 16 October, 1893, nine days before Tchaikovsky’s death. The second time – nine days after his death, the symphony sounded as a requiem to the author. In Tchaikovsky’s house-museum in Klin took place the concert with same program of that historical evening. “Tchaikovsky’s music will exist until people live, - said Vladimir Fedoseyev. – It arouses such emotions, so deeply penetrates into mysteries of people’s soul, so sincere and perfect, that it can do nothing but touch soul strings. The repertoire of our orchestra which rightfully has the name of Tchaikovsky consists of all his symphonic compositions. Nevertheless, every meeting with one of his scores is always revelation, always discovery.”

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