Ivan Vsevolodovich Shpiller
Ivan Vsevolodovich Shpiller

Extensive repertoire of Siberian State Symphony Orchestra was mostly due to the conductor’s artistic priorities.

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The Siberian State Symphony Orchestra dates back to 1977. Very quickly in it’s early history the orchestra, then led by eminent Soviet conductor Ivan Shpiller, has won the reputation of one of the best orchestras in former Soviet Union. SSSO has worked with conductors such as Leonard Slatkin, Dmitri Jurowski, Gintaras Rinkevicius, Vladislav Chernushenko, Valentin Reymond among others, and performed regularly with the soloists Mikhail Pletnev, Vadim Repin, Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Lazar Berman, Igor Oistrakh, Denis Matsuev, Rudolf Buchbinder, and Nikolai Lugansky, to name a few.

After the fall of the Iron Curtain The Siberian State Symphony has started touring internationally to critical acclaim.

In 1993, by the special Decree of the Russian Ministry of Culture, the Orchestra was awarded the title of State Orchestra and in 2009 received the venerable status of a Particularly Valuable Object of Cultural Heritage.

In 2015 Vladimir Lande became orchestra’s new Artistic Director and Chief Conductor. Since then, SSSO has started successful new collaborations with international recording labels such as Naxos, Delos, and Parma Records and orchestra’s televised concerts became available for online streaming. The orchestra and it’s new Artistic Director are not only maintaining the high performing standards but also dedicate significant amount of time to their mission as educators in the region of Central Siberia.

Vladimir Lande
Music Director and Chief Conductor of Siberian State Symphony Orchestra

Vladimir Lande is the Music Director and Conductor of Siberian State Symphony Orchestra of the Regional Philharmonic. Starting in 2008 he has been The Principal Guest Conductor of St.Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra.

Vladimir Lande is The Music Director and The Conductor of "Washington Soloists” Chamber Orchestra also a Guest conductor of the National Gallery of Art Symphony Orchestra and the Music Director of COSMIC Symphony Orchestra.

Vladimir Lande is The Music Director and The Conductor of "Washington Soloists” Chamber Orchestra also a Guest conductor of the National Gallery of Art Symphony Orchestra and the Music Director of COSMIC Symphony Orchestra.
http://vladimirlande.com

Clef d'or 2013Global Music Awards 2015
Mikhail Mosenkov
Conductor

Mikhail Mosenkov got master's degree with honors at The Gnessin Russian Academy of Music - department of opera and symphony conducting (class of honored artist of Russia A. Soloviev).

Since 2012, Mikhail Mosenkov has been a member of the International Charity Fund named after Evgeny Svetlanov and has been actively promoting the Great Maestro's composer's legacy.

From 2014 to 2018 he was the conductor of the Tatarstan National Simphony Orchestra (artistic director and principal conductor Alexander Sladkovsky) and the Youth Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Tatarstan.

Mikhail Mosenkov performed at numerous international festivals and competitions both in Russia and abroad with famous Russian and foreign performers. Mikhail Mosenkov performedat the 3th international festival of music and the arts «ARTISSIMO - Tchaikovsky NON-STOP» in «Dzintari» concert hall in Jurmala, the 4th international festival named after Sofia Gubaidulina «CONCORDIA» , the 20th international festival of the world's best youth orchestras «Young Euro Classic» in Konzerthaus Berlin, the 57th festival «Tchaikovsky Homeland» in Udmurtia. He conducted a gala concert of the 7th international festival "Parade of stars at the Opera" dedicated to Galina Vishnevskaya in the Krasnoyarsk Opera and Ballet Theatre. With the Youth Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Tatarstan performedin Prague, Florence, Dresden, Berlin and Paris.

Since 2019, Mikhail Mosenkov has been conductor of the Siberian State Symphony Orchestra.

According to the renovated law of Krasnoyarsk Region, Siberian State Symphony Orchestra of the Regional Philharmonic got the new status – especially valuable object of cultural heritage of Krasnoyarsk Region.

Performers

Концертмейстеры
  • Концертмейстеры
  • Гобои
  • Кларнеты
  • Фаготы
  • Валторны
  • Трубы
  • Тромбоны
  • Туба
  • Ударные
  • Арфа
  • Клавишные
  • Первые скрипки
  • Вторые скрипки
  • Альты
  • Виолончели
  • Контрабасы
  • Флейты
Sergei Khudonogov
Sergei Khudonogov
Principal of the flute section
Tatiana Savelyeva
Tatiana Savelyeva
Honored artist of RF, Principal of the oboe section
Aleksander Mikheev
Aleksander Mikheev
Honored Artist of RF, Principal of the clarinet section
Leonid Kolesnev
Leonid Kolesnev
Honored Artist of RF, Principal of the bassoons section
Fedor Kukovyakin
Fedor Kukovyakin
Principal of the horn section
Anton Odintsov
Anton Odintsov
Principal of the trumpet section
Konstantin Kuzminov
Konstantin Kuzminov
Principal of the trombone section
Sergei Gazizullin
Sergei Gazizullin
Principal of the percussion section
Valerii Efremov
Valerii Efremov
Honored Artist of RSFSR, Principal of the orchestra, concertmaster of the first violin section
Antonina Rogatkina
Antonina Rogatkina
Principal of the second violin section
Tatiana Uvarkina
Tatiana Uvarkina
Principal of the viola section
Tatiana Lisenkova
Tatiana Lisenkova
Honored Artist of RF, Principal of the cellos section
Aleksander Smagin
Aleksander Smagin
Principal of the contrabass section
Tatiana Savelyeva
Tatiana Savelyeva
Honored artist of RF, Principal of the oboe section
Vladimir Pukhov
Vladimir Pukhov
Irina Stolyarova
Irina Stolyarova
Aleksander Mikheev
Aleksander Mikheev
Honored Artist of RF, Principal of the clarinet section
Damir Valeev
Damir Valeev
Igor Zavyalov
Igor Zavyalov
Aleksei Kolosov
Aleksei Kolosov
Leonid Kolesnev
Leonid Kolesnev
Honored Artist of RF, Principal of the bassoons section
Sergei Andrievsky
Sergei Andrievsky
Aleksander Yushkov
Aleksander Yushkov
Fedor Kukovyakin
Fedor Kukovyakin
Principal of the horn section
Aleksander Gidzinsky
Aleksander Gidzinsky
Andrei Obukhov
Andrei Obukhov
Egor Semin
Egor Semin
Anton Odintsov
Anton Odintsov
Principal of the trumpet section
Pavel Lesnikov
Pavel Lesnikov
Viktor Styro
Viktor Styro
Evgeny Chepkasov
Evgeny Chepkasov
Konstantin Kuzminov
Konstantin Kuzminov
Principal of the trombone section
Dmitrii Kolodyazhny
Dmitrii Kolodyazhny
Vladimir Dyukov
Vladimir Dyukov
Oleg Ptushchenko
Oleg Ptushchenko
Aleksei Yurin
Aleksei Yurin
Sergei Gazizullin
Sergei Gazizullin
Principal of the percussion section
Fedor Shtumpf
Fedor Shtumpf
Aleksander Kuznetsov
Aleksander Kuznetsov
Tatiana Kravtseva
Tatiana Kravtseva
Marina Kuzmina
Marina Kuzmina
Valerii Efremov
Valerii Efremov
Honored Artist of RSFSR, Principal of the orchestra, concertmaster of the first violin section
Anastasiia Zavyalova
Anastasiia Zavyalova
Assistant orchestra leader
Marina Busarkina
Marina Busarkina
Danila Kazantsev
Danila Kazantsev
Larisa Slobodina
Larisa Slobodina
Inna Nikitina
Inna Nikitina
Liliia Brumm
Liliia Brumm
Yuliia Romanova
Yuliia Romanova
Marina Georgieva
Marina Georgieva
Vladimir Zeifert
Vladimir Zeifert
Honored Artist of RF
Larisa Fursa
Larisa Fursa
Snezhena Zakharova
Snezhena Zakharova
Elena Shirova
Elena Shirova
Galina Leshta
Galina Leshta
Elena Katsko
Elena Katsko
Irina Samoilova
Irina Samoilova
Valentina Smagina
Valentina Smagina
Antonina Rogatkina
Antonina Rogatkina
Principal of the second violin section
Olga Polyak-Braginskaya
Olga Polyak-Braginskaya
Artur Kuznetsov
Artur Kuznetsov
Liudmila Davydova
Liudmila Davydova
Svetlana Deryabina
Svetlana Deryabina
Liudmila Shapovalova
Liudmila Shapovalova
Irina Khmel
Irina Khmel
Tatiana Filatova
Tatiana Filatova
Elena Yagodina
Elena Yagodina
Tatiana Kukharenko
Tatiana Kukharenko
Liudmila Panyushina
Liudmila Panyushina
Elena Mayer
Elena Mayer
Elena Vorontsova
Elena Vorontsova
Elena Akhmetyanova
Elena Akhmetyanova
Svetlana Linetskaya
Svetlana Linetskaya
Tatiana Uvarkina
Tatiana Uvarkina
Principal of the viola section
Olga Ziborova
Olga Ziborova
Mariia Rodygina
Mariia Rodygina
Nina Moltyanskaya
Nina Moltyanskaya
Tatiana Kleimenova
Tatiana Kleimenova
Liudmila Zhuravleva
Liudmila Zhuravleva
Olga Frolova
Olga Frolova
Elena Soboleva
Elena Soboleva
Tatiana Lisenkova
Tatiana Lisenkova
Honored Artist of RF, Principal of the cellos section
Natalia Sideleva
Natalia Sideleva
Aleksandra Nesova
Aleksandra Nesova
Tatiana Treska
Tatiana Treska
Ekaterina Kolotvina
Ekaterina Kolotvina
Konstantin Koksharov
Konstantin Koksharov
Oksana Braddik
Oksana Braddik
Irina Kulik
Irina Kulik
Tatiana Stegantseva
Tatiana Stegantseva
Elena Shilina
Elena Shilina
Liliia Efremova
Liliia Efremova
Zhanna Sorochan
Zhanna Sorochan
Aleksander Smagin
Aleksander Smagin
Principal of the contrabass section
Oleg Brattsev
Oleg Brattsev
Sergei Zhembrovsky
Sergei Zhembrovsky
Svetlana Primak
Svetlana Primak
Aleksander Koksharov
Aleksander Koksharov
Aleksander Medvedev
Aleksander Medvedev
Dmitrii Tyryshkin
Dmitrii Tyryshkin
Sergei Khudonogov
Sergei Khudonogov
Principal of the flute section
Aleksander Stegantsev
Aleksander Stegantsev
Andrei Khudonogov
Andrei Khudonogov
Today, the Siberian State Symphony Orchestra is an ensemble meeting the highest World standards, one that assures its audiences enthralling and varied performances, important premieres and outstanding soloists.

Management and PR

Management and PR Orchestra is represented by:

  • CAMI Music
    Management
    Jean-Jacques Cesbron
    President
    New York Office (Headquarters)
    1500 Broadway
    New York, NY 10036
    Tel: (212) 841 9588
    Fax: (212) 841 9565
    E-mail: info@camimusic.com
  • Conciertos Grapa
    Latin America
    Address: Juncal 1360, 2’A (C1062ABP) Buenos Aires
    Argentina
    Phone: 54-11-4813-2724 or
    54-11-4813-1709
    Fax: 54-11-4813-6383
    E-mail: conciertosgrapa@speedy.com.ar

Пресса о коллективе

  • Chopin once said that all his music can be described with the word “sorry” (Polish “ż al “). If we attempt to express the manner of Vladimir Lande’s conducting, when he is behind the console of his Krasnoyarsk orchestra, most likely, it will be: skill, elegance and passion. As well as, perhaps, rare in our days impeccable academicism.

    The Krasnoyarsk musicians, led by Vladimir Lande, come to the city on the Neva for the third time. Although, in 2015 and in 2017 they played in the Great Hall of the Philharmonic, this time Valery Abisalovich Gergiev invited them to the Mariinsky Concert Hall – perhaps a hall with one of the best acoustics in the world and certainly beyond any competition in St. Petersburg. At this hall it does not matter where you sit – in the last row of the stalls and on the balcony, everything is audible And as rich and clear as in the front rows.

  • All these many scenes return in a finale of fast flowing change, the ending one of emotional turmoil. It may not rank with the symphonies of Shostakovich, but this is a most important Russian-generated twentieth-century score. The playing of the Siberian orchestra under their conductor, Vladimir Lande, is quite stunning and offers one of the most persuasive discs of Weinberg I have yet encountered, the release coming as part of Lande’s projected seventeen disc series of music by Weinberg. The sound quality has excellent detail, dynamic range and impact. I hope Naxos will frequently revisit the orchestra.

  • Lande’s performance of this symphony is so affecting that even as I listened, …I felt I was hearing it for the first time. This is really great art, the kind of music that summarizes tragedy and evokes these kind of feelings in the listener without shaming him or her into feeling that they are culpable for what happened.

    …this is an indispensable recording for any Weinberg collector. …The Siberian State orchestra plays with vigor, precision and a beautiful tone, and Lande brings out the full measure of this score with tremendous passion. A splendid release.
    Lynn René Bayley.
    The Art Music Lounge. September 2016

  • …the Siberian State Symphony Orchestra (Krasnoyarsk) tackles the music with technical and spiritual aplomb.
    Rob Barnett
    MusicWeb International. October 2016

  • Музыкальная Жизнь

    “The Siberian State Symphony Orchestra won the stage of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Great Hall: the musicians have shown the highest performing class: sensitive adherence of the conductor’s gesture, the perfect balance, the nobility of sound – these is how this ensemble should be described. Each of its members – the soloists and the other orchestras – is equally skillful. Krasnoyarsk orchestra is distinctive, energetic and full of surprises: it is not just good – it is miraculously good.”

  • It gave an impression that maestro Lande as at the séance summoned and introduced to the surprised St. Petersburg audience the spirit of Hector Berlioz, who – his arms proudly folded, with a romantic ringlet on his forehead – towered above the orchestra. The last two parts were especially memorable for the overwhelming SSSO (Krasnoyarsk) brass, precisely performing conductor’s will. It only needs to be added that the St. Petersburg Philharmonic audience took the Siberian State Symphony Orchestra with the true warmth and the final chord of the evening was thundering farewell applause.

  • “The apotheosis of the “Siberian miracle” continued with the “Fantastic Symphony” by Berlioz, in which the orchestra demonstrated its full power in a serious genre. The musicians gratify the audience with the breathtaking dynamics and the perfectly made culminations, meeting the highest standards of the most well-trained European orchestras.”

  • SSSO (Krasnoyarsk) musicians showed quality, completely forgotten by the majority of once famous orchestras, but inherent to the teams, not scorched by the heat of the biggest stages: the intimacy, the trust, homelike music making and ease of delivery. SSSO (Krasnoyarsk) showed in St. Petersburg the simple thing, long forgotten by its capricious audience: the music is not only a technical perfection and compliance with certain uniform professional standards, it’s also the energy and involvement of the artists into the music they perform.