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  • KRASNOYARSKNATIONAL DANCE

    COMPANY OF SIBERIASUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9 • 3PM

    Foundation and Public SupportThe Daytona Beach Symphony Society’s 2013-2014 Season is sponsored in part by grants from Florida Department of State,

    Division of Cultural Affairs; County of Volusia; City of Daytona Beach; Daytona Beach Racing and Recreational Facilities District.

    The photographing, video or sound recording of this concert is prohibited.

    First HalfDance Suite “My Siberia” Siberian Lyric Dance Choreographic picture “On the bench” Girls’ Dance “Outskirts of a village”Cossacks Dance “Krasny Yar” Lyrical Dance “Lilac flowered, and Cherry blossomed” Round Dance “By the Well” “Siberian Fun” IntermissionSecond Half“Round Dance with Rattles” Dance with Spoons and Birch Bark Dance Suite “Along the Street” Facetious Comic Dance “At the Poultry Farm” Dance Suite “The Evening Randevue”Round Dance “Those Evening Bells”

    Vladimir Moiseev, Artistic Director

    Season Sponsor: Symphony Guild of Daytona BeachAssociate Sponsors:

    Catherine Bauerle | Warren & Mary Ann Hoffner | Edward & Patricia JacksonCo-Sponsor: Maria Marza Gallery

    Hospitality Sponsor: Encore CateringMedia Sponsors: AM1230 – AM1490 WSBB • Bright House Networks • Halifax Magazine

    Hometown News • Our Florida Magazine • WROD Radio 104.7FM

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    Tour Direction:ARTS MANAGEMENT GROUP, INC. | 37 West 26th Street | New York, NY 10010

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    Program

  • Pre-Concert Talk – Rose Room, 3 pmKevin Veiga was just recently promoted to rank of Senior Professor at Daytona State College. He is currently the Dance Director of the DSC Dance Program. He received his early training in New York City at such places as The Alvin Ailey American Dance Center, New Dance Group Studio, Clark Center and Ballet Hispanico. He received a B.F.A. in Dance from The City College of New York and an M.F.A. in Dance from Florida State University. He has danced professionally with The Danny Sloan Dance Company of Boston, MA, The Dallas Black Dance Theatre of Texas, the Metropolitan Ballet of Wichita, KS and Total Dance Theatre of Atlanta, GA. Professor Veiga is well versed and extensively trained in the Lester Horton Technique. He does numerous guest residencies and workshops in this style and creates choreography as well that is influenced by a variety of technique from his past training.

    Vladimir Moiseev, Artistic DirectorBorn in 1963 in Moscow, Vladimir Moiseev is a member of one of the most distinguished choreographic families in Russia. In 1981, he graduated from the Moscow State Academy of choreography and joined the company of the State Academic Bolshoi Theatre of Russia. Since 1991, he has been a leading character solo dancer at the Bolshoi Theatre. Some of his signature roles were: Spanish and Hungarian Dances (Swan Lake), Dance with the drum ( "La Bayadere"), Hilarion (Giselle), Shepherd ( "Spartacus"), Espada and Bolero ( "Don Quixote"), Birbanto ( "Le Corsaire"), The Vizier and the Stranger (The Legend of Love "), Tybalt (Romeo and Juliet "), King of mice and Indian Doll ( "Nutcracker"), Koeman ("Polovtsian Dances" from the opera "Prince Igor"), just to name a few.

    Krasnoyarsk National Dance Company of SiberiaFrom the foothills of Sayan Mountains to the icy Kara Sea proudly rolls its waters the mighty and majestic Yenisey River. Many people of Siberia live on its banks. They have their own culture, literature and art. This vast and beautiful land has become a source of inspiration for the Krasnoyarsk Dance Company of Siberia, which by choreographic means reveals the spiritual wealth of the Siberians, glorifying their labor feats and telling of the wonderful nature of the land.

    The Company was founded in 1960, and has been a success from the very outset its original manner of performing Siberian dances. Audiences are captivated by the vivid character portrayals, the musical movements, and the fanciful patterns of the choreographic design. The dances following one after another in a kaleidoscope manner are perceived as a single choreographic symphony, as a continuous stream of folk dance elements, now show and thoughtfully smooth, now shift and sparkling.

    The treasures of folk art are eternal and inexhaustible but only when touched by the hand of an artist, alert to modem images and rhythms, do these treasures acquire value Mikhail Godenko, who founded the Company and had directed it continuously till 1991, was an experienced and talented director, a choreographer of great artistic taste and creative imagination, always searching for original compositional solutions. The successful efforts of the Company to create modern artistic pictures has found expression in such popular dances as "My Siberia", "Krasnoyarsk Merry Tunes", "Cossack's Dance", "Down the Street", "By the Well", "Men's Dance", "Siberian Fun" with their rapid cascade of cheerfulness merriment and humor.

    A great love of dancing unites all the performers who are constantly striving towards a higher degree of mastery. M. Godenko created dances in collaboration with the Company's musical director, composer Vladimir Kornev, Merited Artist of Russia, whose music is distinctive for its folk character and melodiousness. His deep knowledge of folk dances and Siberian folklore helped him bring the music into the fabric of the dance in a most original manner.

  • From 1988 to 1992, he studied at the Russian Academy of Theatrical Arts, from which he graduated as a producer - choreographer. In 1996, he was awarded the title of the “Honored Artist of Russia”. In 2001, he co-founded the “Russian National Ballet theatre,” where together with colleagues, who shared his views on choreography, he staged his versions of famous classical and modern ballet interpretations.

    A few years ago, Vladimir Moiseev, the grandson of the famous Igor Moiseev, became the most recent Artistic Director of the Krasnoyarsk National Dance Company of Siberia. When interviewed, Vladimir Moiseev has always spoken about the importance of keeping the Company’s old folk dance traditions alive, as well as developing the new dancers and the repertoire.

    Vladimir Moiseev will lead the Company on their return tour to the United States since 2003, which is scheduled to take place in January of 2014.

    VLADIMIR MOISEEV, ARTISTIC DIRECTORDANCERS:

    Semyon Aleksiev | Valery Aynitdinov | Nikita Aksenov | Viacheslav Artyushin | Victoria BizimovaOlga Bryiukhanova | Albert Boysov | Natalia Daurova | Denis Dorozhkin | Oksana Dmina | Kirill DmitrievElena Egorova | Natalia Elmanova | Tatiana Gantsgorn | Andrey Gavrilenko | Oleg Ivanov | Sergey Istomin

    Marianna Istomina | Svetlana Kalinina | Alexey Kudryashov | Pavel Khrushchev | Maxim KashirskiyTatian Khlebnikova | Anton Kiselev | Anna Kochegarova | Olga Kuzmina | Ekaterina Lyashkova | Aleksei Lediaev

    Oleg Leybenko | Alexander Lobushnyan | Anna Lysenko | Alexandra Martyshcenkova | Mazhule DzhemmaNatalya Nefedova | Anton Pertsev | Pavel Podsolkin | Alexey Pulukchu | Anastasia Romanenko | Ilia RybakovDmitry Savelyev | Olga Savchenko | Olga Semerova | Vitaly Shchegolev | Anna Shulgina | Marina Skorkina

    Demyan Tukhtachev | Ekaterina Vechkanova | Evgenii Verkhoshapov | Svetlana Vorobyeva | Vladlena Zaovrazhnykh

    STAFF:

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    [email protected]

    Wine & Food PairingFriday, March 28, 2014 · 5:30 pm – 8:00pm

    Peter’s Wine Shop | 1655 Dunlawton Avenue | Port Orange, FLJoin Daytona Beach Symphony Society for an evening of wonderful wine and great company!

    Come and enjoy 5 selected wines each paired expertly with delicious appetizers.$40 per person

    Purchase tickets: 386.253.2901 or dbss.org

    Igor Roppelt – Assistant DirectorAlexander Matus Marchuk, Ballet Master

    Aleksandr Poliakov, Ballet Master

    Tatiana Listkova, WardrobeElena Poliakova, Wardrobe

    Nadia Fleishaker – Tour Manager

  • PROGRAMFirst Half

    Dance Suite “My Siberia” – Choreography by Godenko, Music by KornevMy Siberia, My free Earth, wide open, and beloved. This is a folk dance welcoming the audience to Siberia, a rough and beautiful land of vast forests and mighty rivers. The true richness of Siberia lay in its courageous, hard-working people.Siberian Lyric Dance – Choreography by Godenko, Music by WagnerThe best love themes can be found in the traditions of the Siberian folklore. Smooth movements of the girls, the pride pasture of the men, gorgeous music, sincere feelings create a cheerful, and romantic mood.Choreographic picture “On the bench” – Choreography by Kondakov, Music by KornevThis dance illustrates a playful mood of a few couples flirting with each on the bench.Girls’ Dance “Outskirts of a village” – Choreography by Izumova, Music by KiselevIncredibly gorgeous lyrical round dance, which chants to the beauty and spiritual richness of a Russian girl.Cossacks Dance “Krasny Yar” – Choreography by Godenko, Music by KornevBright scene about Cossacks conquering Siberia, about their spirit, and hot hearts. Dance is an everyday ritual of Cossacks life, including their quick movements, incredible ability to control their weapons, and the desire to show off in front of their friends.Lyrical Dance “Lilac flowered, and Cherry blossomed” – Choreography by Kondakov, Music by KornevThis is a tender dance reflecting the reserve of the Siberian character. The young people move with grace and dignity. Round Dance “By the Well” – Choreography by Godenko, Music by KornevThe girls met by the well to look at each other, and share some secrets. Their quiet and stately walk is like a little river carries on its pure waters. Carry on – bring us some pure and clean water, our young beauty.“Siberian Fun” – Choreography by Godenko, Music by KornevRussian men’s dance with balalaikas and elements of the traditional folklore reflect the Russian spirit and strength. Ability to laugh at themselves is one of the characteristic qualities of the Russian people.

    Second Half“Round Dance with Rattles” – Choreography by Godenko, Music by WagnerA couple of lovers find themselves among village festivities. They enter a new world of feelings, and relationships. Beautiful Siberian roundelay with scarfs and rattles creates an unusual atmosphere of tenderness and love.Dance with Spoons and Birch Bark – Choreography by Godenko, Folk Music Boys try to imitate the birds. Before they realize – they are trying to compete with one another. They know, whoever wins will be chosen by the village’s most beautiful girl. Their spoons and birch bark become their way to express themselves.Round Dance “Those Evening Bells” – Choreography by Godenko, Music by WagnerThe evening bells, the evening bells! You make us think about our young days in our homeland, where we loved; where our ancestral home was. It is a thoughtful and melancholic round dance with candles that became a trademark of the ensemble abroad.Facetious Comic Dance “At the Poultry Farm” – Choreography by Godenko, Music by KornevComic dance, where all the elements of its dance are dedicated to one thing, and thing only – how to win your sweetheart’s attention. Competition, where agility, naughtiness, and resourcefulness go hand to hand with acting and dancing.Dance Suite “The Evening Randevue” – Choreography by Androsov, Music by KiselevMusic, fun! At the background of a wedding celebration – a very touching scene of two people in love accompanied by BayanDance Suite “Along the Street” – Choreography by Godenko, Music by KornevAfter the day’s work, the young people of the village meet to laugh and dance, setting the mood with joyful, humorous folk songs.

  • Saturday, March 15, 2014 – 6 pm3855 S. Atlantic Ave., #104, Daytona Beach Shores

    Back by popular request, Barry Snyder, world renowned concert pianist and Professor of Piano, Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York, will perform an intimate recital in the home of Dr. Dallas and Nancy

    Weekley. Salon recital followed by a 3-course dinner (beef tenderloin/seafood), wine and bar included. $100 per person for Guild members or season ticket holders, $125 for all others.

    Purchase tickets: 386.253.2901 or dbss.orgHosted by: Catherine Bauerle, Dr. Julius and Becky Erlenbach, Mahyar and Shirley Okhovatian & Dr. Dallas and Nancy Weekley

    February 28 | Don Quixote • Moscow Festival Ballet

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    $10 per ticket / $20 for 3 ticketsDrawing held at: Symphony Guild Annual Spring Luncheon & Fashion Show

    Saturday, April 12, 2014Purchase tickets at: Symphony Society Concerts · Symphony Guild Events

    Daytona Beach Symphony Society – 386.253.2901

    John Dees, master jeweler and owner of Mainly Gold, has most generously created and donated “The Soloists” violinist pin, valued at $4,500, to the Daytona Beach Symphony Society and Symphony Guild. All proceeds benefit the Symphony Society’s community outreach programs

    The 14kt yellow gold pin is inspired by the works of Picasso, Matisse and September McGee. “The Soloists” violinist pin is set with one 18mm by 12mm pear-shape black bolder opal, two triangle-shape Madeira sapphires totaling 1.5 carats, and four round brilliant cut diamonds totaling .75 carats.

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  • Concert Grand PresentersCompu Sys • Shirley & Mahyar Okhovatian

    Dr. & Mrs. Thurman Gillespy, Jr.

    Concert SponsorsBarbara & Buzzy GlicksteinDr. Gordon & Gina Millar

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    Associate SponsorsCatherine Bauerle

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  • CONTRIBUTORSConductor CircleCatherine BauerleCompu Sys Staff

    Otto Fowich & Jonathan ChildressMartin Cone

    Richard & Bunnell GrahamShirley & Mahyar Okhovatian

    Audrey Dillard Ottenstein

    Grand Maestro CircleDr. & Mrs. Edward Kupic

    Maestro CircleAnonymous

    Tensy DiGioiaMary E. Duckett

    Julius & Becky ErlenbachDr. & Mrs. Thurman Gillespy, Jr.

    Richard & Sandra GoschEdward & Patricia Jackson

    Hon. Michael & Eileen McDermottDr. Gordon & Gina Millar

    John & Sharon PhelpsJaclyn Rector

    Ian & Tina Ross FoundationRon & Evelyn Shapiro

    Judith M. ShinnConstance Treloar

    Jim & Denise WatsonWeekley & ArganbrightTed & Margaret Yaeger

    Virtuoso CircleAnonymous

    Roy & Carolyn BrewerMr. & Mrs. J. Hyatt Brown

    Eleanor CallonAudrey E. Dando

    Dr. & Mrs. Victor F. DoigAnne Maze

    Jim & Helen MoseleyEvelyn & Stewart Pinsof

    Concertmaster CircleAlice & Stanley Brittingham

    Mary Lou DeeleyBill & Mary DeiningerBill & Mary Lenssen

    Richard & Lois LoeschRay & Carol Lively PlatigH. Gunter & Emily Seydel

    Lydia M. SimkoDennis Sobeck

    Mrs. Ashton M. TenneyLamar Thomas

    Principal CircleBarbara & Richard Alfes

    Mr. & Mrs. John E. AllabenJay & Kathaleen Bond

    Dorothy BradleyRon & Nancy Brown

    James & Frances CarsonMr. & Mrs. James A. Dent, Jr.

    Madeline DwyerPhilip H. Elliott, Jr.

    Robert F. EvansMrs. Arthur F. Jones

    Warren & Prudie KerryLeonard & Lynn Lempel

    Estelle LingenfelserMary & Charles McDaniel

    George R. MenkartPaul & Linda Mescher

    Joseph & Marian O’Donnell-KellyBill Rispoli-Belco Electric Co.

    Diane RogersElizabeth Ruddock

    Mrs. Richard H. SchermerMichael & Beverly Senko

    Dr. Beatrice T. Silverman, MDStuart Sixma-Morgan Stanley Smith Barney

    Eva StefanszkyMr. & Mrs. Paul Stevens

    Sy Weiner

    Soloist CircleChris & Ginny Billingsley

    William J. BraunMr. & Mrs. John Cantalupo

    Mary Ann ClarkElizabeth Hurtibise

    Mr. & Mrs. Herman JoergerMichelle Leigh

    Walter & Helen MackLinda Matkovich

    Angela & Sandor NagyAngelika Schlieper

    Karen WolfordGeorge & Ann Yates

    In Memory of Ian RossKlaus D. Bowers

    Dennice & Raymond Carey, Jr.Annie P. Jordahn

    John & Lucille MayoJoan B. Snow

    In Memory of Bernard TinkoffNorma Tinkoff

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