Concert at Tchaikovsky Concert Hall
Denis Matsuev
On March 20, The Moscow Philharmonic launched the Armchair Concerts – live broadcasts of solo and chamber concerts without an audience. The first participant was pianist Denis Matsuev.

Denis Matsuev (piano)
Andrey Ivanov (double bass)
Alexander Zinger (percussion)
Yaroslav Timofeev (host)

P. I. Tchaikovsky
"The Seasons" for Piano, Op. 37b
Jazz improvisations
08.06.2020 / 19:40
Concert at Tchaikovsky Concert Hall
Russian National Youth Symphony Orchestra.
Russian National Youth Symphony Orchestra – Symphony Academy is a unique musical collective and the largest youth project in the orchestral field. It was created in September 2018 with the support of the Presidential Grants Foundation and the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and is being developed as part of the national project "Culture". The concert was recorded on April,22 2019.

Conductor – Mikhail Jurowski

P. I. Tchaikovsky
Symphony No. 5 in E minor, Op. 64
09.06.2020 / 20:20
Concert at Tchaikovsky Concert Hall
Nikolay Lugansky
Live concert of Nikolay Lugansky without audience as a part of Armchair Concerts project, recorded on March, 28 2020

Nikolay Lugansky (piano)
Yaroslav Timofeev (host)

Chorale No. 2 in B minor, FWV 39 (arranged by N.Lugansky)
Prelude, Aria and Finale, FWV 23
Sonata for Piano No. 23 in F minor ("Appassionata"), Op. 57
10.06.2020 / 20:05
Kirill Richter live concert inside Minecraft world
Composer and pianist Kirill Richter has played a piano concert featuring compositions from his "Chronos" album inside world's most popular video game Minecraft.
The show created by Michael Tsaturyan (Misha Libertee), an artist and industrial designer, and curated by #DarkART gallery.
Partner of the show- DSTU (Don State Technical University)
11.06.2020 / 20:35
Concert at Tchaikovsky Concert Hall
Boris Berezovsky
Live concert of Boris Berezovsky without audience as a part of Armchair Concerts project, recorded on March, 23 2020

Boris Berezovsky (piano)
Varvara Myagkova (piano)
Karina Ter-Gazarian (piano)

Irina Tushintseva (host)

Rhapsody in Blue (piano solo version)
L'Isle Joyeuse (The Happy Island) L 106
J. S. Bach
Seven Little Preludes
A. Khachaturyan
Toccata in E-flat minor
Adagio of Spartacus and Phrygia (Highlights from the Ballet "Spartacus")
A Girl with Flaxen Hair
Eight Preludes from the cycle "24 Preludes for Piano"
12.06.2020 / 20:35
"New Names" – 30 years. Gala concert at Tchaikovsky Concert Hall
Denis Matsuev represents
Charity foundation "New Names" named after Ivette Voronova is a founder of charitable work with gifted children in the sphere of art in Russia. Since 1989 they've been looking for, supporting and promoting young talented musicians, painters, poets and dancers all over the country.
Over the last 30 years of work of the "New Names" a lot of socially significant projects successfully work and as a result more than 17 000 young talents of Russia got a real support and 5 000 got a scholarship of the Foundation.
Practically in every concert poster in Russia you can see the name, whose way in the world of art began with the "New Names's" support.

The concert recorded on April, 29 2019

Denis Matsuev (piano)
Ekaterina Mechetina (piano)
Alexander Ghindin (piano)
Polina Osetinskaya (piano)
Anna Samuil (soprano)
Nina Kaptsova (ballerina)
Alexander Buzlov (cello), Laureate of the 15th International Tchaikovsky Competition
Sergey Nakaryakov (trumpet)
Andrey Ryazantsev (clarinet)
Matvey Blyumin (violin)
Anastasia Tyurina (balalaika)
Timophey Yakhnov (oboe)
Alexandra Dovgan (piano)
Alexandra Stychkina (piano)
Timofey Vladimirov (piano)
Valentin Malinin (piano)
Varvara Kutuzova (piano)
Yelisey Mysin (piano)
Eva Gevorgyan (piano)
Uladzislau Khandohi (piano)
Alexander Malofeev (piano)
Egor Oparin (piano)
Anastasia Makhamedrikova (piano)
Ivan Bessonov (piano)
Alexey Melnikov (piano), Laureate of the 16th International Tchaikovsky Competition
Tinghong Liao (piano)
15.06.2020 / 19:50
The concerts are provided by The National Digital Concert Hall,a large-scale project of the Moscow Philharmonic Society, which gives opportunity to watch concerts of famous Russian and foreign musicians online and in recordings. Regular broadcasts create a special way of communication and help to significantly expand the audience. The video catalog, counting about 2500 records today, opens the door to the vast world of classical music, regardless of where in the world you are. Live broadcasts and recordings are created by a team of professionals of the highest level, thanks to the unique capabilities of multi-camera shooting with the use of special equipment, viewers have the opportunity to watch and listen to music with "close-up" effect.

On March 20, the Moscow Philharmonic launched the Armchair Concerts – live broadcasts of solo and chamber concerts without an audience. Due to the worsening epidemiological situation, since March 30, programs from the gold fund of the Philharmonic's video catalog have been broadcast in the recording. All broadcasts and recordings are available for free, after registration on the site