From now through March 28, Dmitri Hvorostovsky embarks on an ambitious concert and recital tour that features a staggering 21 performances in 21 cities.
Dmitri’s first concerts of 2014 take place in Vilnius (January 11), Riga (January 14), and Tallinn (January 16). His tour of the Baltic capitals highlights opera arias by Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky, Rachmaninoff, and more, plus songs and romances. Constantine Orbelian leads the Kaunas Symphony Orchestra in all three cities.
In Paris, Dmitri is heard with Ivari Ilja on January 20 at the Théâtre du Palais Royal before he rejoins Orbelian for concerts in Russia in Nizhny Novgorod (January 24), Samara (January 27), and Voronezh (January 30). Dmitri then reunites with Ilja for a series of German recitals in Wiesbaden (February 3), Baden-Baden (February 6), Düsseldorf (February 9), and Berlin (February 12).
On February 18, Dmitri can be heard in Minsk with conductor Vladimir Spivakov and the Russian National Philharmonic Orchestra. He then continues his recitals with Ivari Ilja in Geneva (February 24), Zurich (February 27), Brussels (March 3), Bern (March 7), and London (March 10). Before performing with Ilja in Vienna (March 25) and Graz (March 28), Dmitri returns to Russia for two Hvorostovsky and Friends concerts in St. Petersburg (March 15) and Moscow (March 19).
For more information on Dmitri’s schedule, click here.