02 September 2016

The next series of the cycle conducted by Irina Nikitina are available online in Video Gallery on our web-site as well on TV Kultura web page.

06 June 2016

The 21st International Musical Olympus Festival has finished in St. Petersburg on June 3, 2016. Five concerts of the Festival took place, in the Grand Hall of the St. Petersburg Philharmonie, the St. Petersburg Academic Cappella, the Hermitage Theatre and the Mariinsky Theatre Concert Hall. 21 musician form 12 countries of the world have participated in the Festival.

The Festival’s Audience award had been awarded to a Russian pianist Alexander Yakovlev.

05 April 2016

Three episodes of the Enigma cycle had been aired by the TV Cultura. The programs featured interviews made by Irina Nikitina with three outstanding musicians: Dmitry Alexeev, Mariss Jansons and Christian Thielemann.

To see the program please follow the link: http://tvkultura.ru/brand/show/brand_id/60307/

08 March 2016

On March 2, the Musical Olympus Festival gala concert took place at the Berlin Philharmonie and was great success. The performance featured Russian pianist Ilya Maximov, percussionist from Italy Simone Rubino, Ukrainian violinist Alexey Semenenko and Korean soprano Seyoung Park. Vasilisa Berzhanskaya, a singer from Russia that had been also announced in the program unfortunately could not come to Berlin.

As always at the Musical Olympus concerts the audience voted on their favorite artist and Simone Rubino received the ‘Audience Favorite Award’ for his incredible performance of works by A. Gerassimez, B. Hamilton and I. Xenakis for solo snare drum, vibraphone and percussions.

08 March 2016


The Enigma cycle features distinguished musicians, artists and cultural leaders who have powerfully shaped and contributed towards a more creative, civil, and cultural world. The next show will be dedicated to a distinguished conductor Mariss Jansons and will be broadcasted on March 28 at 23.50 MSK

29 February 2016

Participants of the Musical Olympus festival – violinist Alexey Semenenko, pianist Ilya Maximov and percussionist Simone Rubino – visited three secondary schools in Berlin on March 1 upon invitation from the Rhapsody-in-School Program.

Rhapsody-in-School is an educational project initiated by renowned soloists to present classical music to schoolchildren & teenagers. The unique feature being the musicians visiting kids in their classroom. The meetings at schools held by the young soloists of the Musical Olympus aroused vivid interest among the kids and a long line of scholars wishing to get an autograph of Alexey Semenenko could be seen in one of the schools.

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