Sergei Rachmaninov

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Noun1.Sergei Rachmaninov - composer and piano virtuoso born in Russia (1873-1943)
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Renowned Cypriot soprano Zoe Nicolaidou will be joined by pianists Elina Linchevskaya and Zbynek Maruska to perform a programme featuring Russian romantic music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Sergei Rachmaninov and Valery Gavrilin.
The orchestra makes a special welcome to Finnish born pianist Julia Wallin who will perform the 1st Piano Concerto by Russian musical giant Sergei Rachmaninov.
ROYAL Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Sage Gateshead Chief conductor Vasily Petrenko brought his Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra here 12 months ago to play exquisite music written by fellow Russian Sergei Rachmaninov.
It featured an overture by Dmitri Kabalewski, the second symphony of Alexander Skrjabin, and a concerto for piano and orchestra by Sergei Rachmaninov, featuring Georgian pianist Khatia Buniatishvili.
Veljo Tormis--2nd Overture, Sergei Rachmaninov --Piano concert no.
A sparse audience in the BMI's comfortable, acoustically communicative John Lee Theatre heard impassioned accounts of sonatas by John Ireland and Sergei Rachmaninov from cellist Jiaxin Lloyd Webber and pianist Rebeca Omordia, the performers projecting from a big heart as though to an audience of hundreds.
1873: Sergei Rachmaninov, last of the great Russian Romantic composers, was born in Oneg.
Y ahora me pregunto si Sergei Rachmaninov se imagino alguna vez que su musica produciria estos sacudimientos en los hombres.
Dropping in from the UK is only the blood relative of Russian composer Sergei Rachmaninov himself, George Borowski, who has toured the world and has performed with the Pixies, Meatloaf, Radiohead, Bonnie Rait, Teenage Fanclub and Paul Brady to name just a few.
Samantha walked up the aisle to Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, by Sergei Rachmaninov.
This volume contains a grouped collection of essays by Stevenson on his own music, on British composers (including Edward Elgar, Frederick Delius, Alan Bush, William Walton, Bernard Stevens and Benjamin Britten), a shorter section on Scottish national music and lastly on music of continental composers such as Franz Schubert, Robert Schumann, Sergei Rachmaninov and Igor Stravinsky.