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In Bukhara and Urgench there were concerts with the violoncello of 1715 by the Italian master David Tekkler

In Bukhara and Urgench concerts of one of the brightest cellists of today's generation from Germany Alexey Stadler with the participation of the soloists of the Uzbek state chamber orchestra of folk instruments "Sogdiana" Bekzod Turaev (nay) and Shokhyor Bakhromov (gijak) took place.

The concert program includes works of European and Russian classics, as well as works by Uzbek composers. During the trip, master classes were held with pupils and students of music educational institutions of Bukhara and Urgench.

One of the brightest cellists of today's generation and winner of the TONALi Grand Prix 12 Alexei Stadler performs in the 2017/18 season with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of Liverpool, with the National Orchestra of Wales of the BBC, with the Orchestra. Haydn Bolzano and Trento, with the Gran Canaria Philharmonic Orchestra, with the St. Petersburg Academic Philharmonic Orchestra and with the Orchestra of the Slovak Radio.

Recent debuts at the BBC Proms festival with Vasily Petrenko, with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra and the Italian Switzerland Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Ashkenazi, and with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra and the Jerusalem Philharmonic Orchestra of Jerusalem-Weimar under Michael Sanderling, were bright events.

As a soloist he performed with the orchestras of the Mariinsky Theater, the Royal Philharmonic of Liverpool, the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, the German Symphony Orchestra of Berlin, the London Chamber Orchestra, the Czech Radio Orchestra, the Munich Symphony Orchestra, the Irish Chamber Orchestra led by such outstanding conductors as Valery Gergiev, Vladimir Ashkenazi, Tugan Sokhiev, Dmitry Kitaenko, Vasily Petrenko and Marek Janowski.
Alexey Stadler plays the violoncello of 1715 by the Italian master David Tekkler.
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