In 2016 Camerata of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra performed for the first time in Russia at the Platonov festival. This year one of the most bright participants of your music program return with new repertoire
Camerata of the Royal Concertgebouw orchestra is a chamber ensemble, made up of musicians from the world-famous Dutch symphony orchestra. Camerata is giving many concerts in the Netherlands and abroad, i.e. Austria, Spain, Italy, the USA, South Korea and Japan. The orchestra makes recordings with the famous Gutman Records label.
In 2014, they released a unique CD featuring Mahler 9th Symphony for chamber ensemble under the baton of the talented Spanish conductor Gustavo Gimeno.
“Thrilling amalgam of simplicity and expression”
The Royal Concertgebouw orchestra (Amsterdam), whose Chief Conductor used to be Mariss Jansons, is the oldest
major symphony orchestra in the Netherlands and one of the best ensembles in the world, ranking first in the top ten poll of the most influential classical music magazine Gramophone.
Alexei Ogrintchouk is one of the most outstanding oboists performing today, the first solo oboist of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (since 2005). Alexei Ogrintchouk is the world’s only oboist giving solo concerts.
He is the winner of a number of prestigious international competitions including CIEM International Competition in Geneva, and prizes: the European Juventus Prize, two "Victoires de la Musique Classique" Prizes in France, the Triumph Prize in Russia, Borletti Buitini Trust Award. The musician has also taken part in the BBC New Generation Artists project.
Alexei Ogrinchuk played with the most outstanding orchestras from all over the world, like Bolshoi and Mariinsky theatres, Symphony Orchestra of National Academy Santa- Cecilia, BBC orchestras, Royal Philharmonic orchestra of Great Britain, Russian National orchestra, Konzerthausorchester Berlin and others. He often participates in different festivals, among which there are “BBC Proms”, “MIDEM” Festival in Cannes, Santa-Cecilia Academy Festival, Edinburgh International Festival, London Festical.
Alexei Ogrinchuk is an oboe professor of the Higher Music School in Geneva, Royal Academy of Music in London, Higher School of Music in Basque Country Musikene and Royal Hague Conservatory.