Cairo Opera Orchestra soloists will perform chamber music in the Opera's small hall on Friday, 15 June.
The concert is among important steps - initiated by Nayer Nagui, the orchestra's principal conductor and artistic director - to establish chamber formations, such as trios, quartets, etc from orchestra members. They are to perform regularly in the small hall of the Cairo Opera House, giving the musicians a chance to present their skills.
Friday's concert compositions are as follows:
E. Grieg: Aus Holberg Zeit – Prelude
G. Rossini: Duet for Cello and Double Bass
Tchaikovsky: Waltz from Serenade
B. Sanchez: Tango Bolero
L. Anderson: Blue Tango
Rodriguez: Hernando’s Hideaway
Rodriguez: La Comparsita
Johann Strauss: Egyptian March
J. Haydn: Divertimento
Farkas: Antiche Danze Ungheresi
J. Strauss: Annen Polka Op.117
Scott Joplin: The Entertainer
Greaves: Beethoven’s Fifth - Bossa Nova
Greaves: Mozart’s TurkeyRock Mambo
Denes Agay: Five Easy Dances
Strauss Vater: Radetzky Marsch
The Cairo Opera Orchestra soloists are: Rania Yehia (flute), Anatolii Kulyk (oboe), Maksym Taran (clarinet), Vladimir Georgiev (bassoon), Andrii Orlovski (French horn), Eleonora Yosifova (violin), Mohamed Oweida (violin), Mohamed Zakaria (viola), Fedor Gryadov (cello), Medhat Niazy (double bass), Iman Ayman (double bass), Nehal Samy (flute), Timur Kachurin (percussion).
Friday, 15 June, 8:00pm
Cairo Opera House small hall, Zamalek