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Russkiye Uzory orchestra

Russkiye Uzory orchestra


Artistic director and chief conductor –
People's Artist of Russia Vladimir Zozulya

The orchestra consists of award winners of national and international competitions, People's and Honored Artists of Russia. The distinctive feature of the ensemble is that along with standard instruments for Russian music orchestra (domra, balalaika, bayan etc.) it uses about two hundred lesser known old authentic instruments: winds – zhaleika (hornpipe), bryolka (hoboe), rozhok (horn), svirel (flute), whistle; percussions – treshchotka (clapper), barabanka, lozhki (spoons), rubel, khlopushka, kokoshnik etc. The orchestra revives the traditions of wandering minstrels, which makes it a truly folk ensemble.

The orchestra founded in 1959 as student's orchestra of Russian folk instruments. In 1970 Russkiye Uzory became part of Moscow Region Philharmonic. In 1995 acquired the status of an academic orchestra.

Touring geography: Angola, Afghanistan, Bulgaria, Hungary, Germany, Spain, Italy, Yemen, Libya, Morocco, Mozambique, Slovakia, Turkey, Poland, the Czech Republic, Greece.

The orchestra collaborated with:
• Renowned Russian artists A. Ivanov, A. Eisen, A. Solovyanenko, L. Smetannikov, P. Gluboky, M. Miglau, T. Tugarinova, G. Kalinina, Z. Smolyaninova.
• Renowned Russian folk singers M. Mordasova, E. Shavrina, L. Ryumina.
• Honored Artists of Russia Mikhail and Andrey Ivanov.

The orchestra's repertoire includes:
• well-known old romances.
• Russian songs.
• instrumental miniatures.
• works of classical composers: Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Mozart, Schubert, Dvorak, Brahms, Bach, Bizet, Strauss, Khachaturyan, Sviridov.


• Old Russian romances and songs.
• Ethnic and jazz compositions featuring renowned artists Mikhail and Andrey Ivanov.
• Fairy tale "The Music Wood or How Ivanushka Was Rescuing His Bride".

Vladimir Zozulya – Artistic director and chief conductor, People's Artist of Russia
Oleg Tarasov – Conductor, Honored Culture Worker of Moscow