November 04, 2020
At the Helsinki Music Centre Concert Hall
Nikita was in the capital of Finland and played with the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra(Radion sinfoniaorkesteri).
He performed the music of Mieczyslaw Weinberg - Concertino for violin and string orchestra, op. 42 – with the orchestra under the baton of Emilia Hoving.

Photo credit: Ville Paul Paasimaa, Marco Borggreve
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October 10, 2020
Live-streamed concert from St. Petersburg Academic Philharmonia
Nikita Boriso-Glebsky performed Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Alexander Titov. Programme also included Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 4 "Italian".

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Photo credit: Marco Borggreve
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September 15, 2020
Concert for health workers from COVID hospitals
On September 12, Nikita performed together with pianist Nikolay Lugansky at the free concert to thank those who the most exposed and the most invested during the COVID-19 crisis: health workers. The duo performed Brahms' Sonata No. 3 at the Great Hall of the Moscow State Conservatory.

The concert is available for free online streaming.
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August 26, 2020
Together again: concert with Boris Berezovsky at the Platonov Arts Festival
In September Nikita goes to Voronezh to perform at the anniversary Platonov Arts Festival. This year, participation in the event wasn't planned, but the pandemic has made adjustments to both the festival program and the artists' schedule.

Thus, on September 21 Nikita to perform together with pianist Boris Berezovsky. The duo will replace musicians from Israel and South Korea - Amihai Grosz and Kim Sunwook. The program includes pieces by Grieg, Catoire, Stravinsky and Kreisler. Nikita also takes part in the concert on September 16, where he's to perform Brahms' string sextets.

August 25, 2020
Concerts to stream for free online
Even during lockdown Nikita Boriso-Glebsky hasn't stopped performing. Concert of the Moscow Philharmonic Society's Home Season and two exclusive concerts of the VIVARTE ONLINE Chamber Music Festival are available to stream on Okko multimedia service. Try also Nikita's performance of Shostakovich's Violin Concerto No. 1 under the baton of Enhe (captured in 2017).
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August 24, 2020
Get ready for "Musical journey": new release with Georgy Tchaidze
Last week, from 18 to 21 August, the musicians were in Paris to record a new album on the Aparté label. "My conception of the program is 'Musical journey," Nikita Boriso-Glebsky said about the new album. "It starts in Russia, then goes through Finland, Sweden, Norway, England, etc – imagine that someone is travelling country by country, crossing borders without jumps – and ends in Russia again, as both Georgy and me are Russian. I thought it would be interesting for the listeners to not only enjoy a nice music of violin miniatures but also to follow and to hear the differences of national musical cultures of different countries".

Stravinsky – Russia and Switzerland, Sibelius – Finland, Beethoven – Ukraine. Here are just some of the composers and countries from the upcoming album. We'll announce more details closer to the release date.

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MARCH 30, 2020
The Wiener Konzerthaus is back with the new season's schedule
The Wiener Konzerthaus has announced their 20/21 season schedule. Nikita Boriso-Glebsky will be back on their stage at the end of January, 2021 as a part of a chamber music evening with compositions by Gabriel Fauré, Johannes Brahms and Robert Schumann. The lineup is full of renowned musicians and includes pianist Nikolai Lugansky, violist Maxim Rysanov and cellist Narek Hakhnazaryan.
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March 20, 2020
Stay-at-home season of Moscow Philharmonic Society
Moscow Philharmonic Society is now broadcasting their concerts without the live audience. Leading Russian musicians including Nikita Boriso-Glebsky supported this initiative.
Nikita performed on March, 22 together with guitarist Artyom Dervoed at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall. They played Histoire du Tango for Violin and Guitar by Astor Piazzolla.

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March 14, 2020
Scope and melody: Elgar's Concerto with the Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra
Nikita Boriso-Glebsky performed with Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by the famous Alexander Lazarev. Moscow artists gathered on the stage of Arnold Katz State Concert Hall to play Edward Elgar's Concerto for violin and orchestra.
'Elgar's Concerto is one of those compositions that grew closer to me over time. It attracts with its scope and melody,' shared Nikita. 'I think of this Concerto as of British Brahms, if I may. The composition is especially symphonic. I'm always glad to get a chance of playing it, specifically in Russia. This is the top class music!'

Photo credit: Mikhail Afanasiev
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February 11, 2020
Brahms' Double Concerto at Zaryadye Hall
Nikita Boriso-Glebsky performed with a cellist Alexander Buzlov and the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia conducted by Dmitri Matviyenko on the stage of Zaryadye Hall. Both soloists are Moscow Conservatory graduates and Tchaikovsky Competition laureates, and each of them is an original performer. They performed Brahms' Double Concerto. Pianists Lukas Geniušas and Andrey Gugnin also took part in the concert.
February 15, 2020
Diapason named A Tribute to Ysaÿe the best record of February
Each month critics of a French magazine Diapason choose the best albums among thousands of new records of classical musicians. In February they chose to award A Tribute to Ysaÿe project with Diapason d'Or. According to the critic Jean-Michel Molkhou, the new albums are considered as 'an homage paid by the elite, outstanding musicians of today and tomorrow.'
Additionally, the Caecilia Award-2019 ceremony took place on February 11. Records of Fuga Libera music label were awarded with the Snepvangersprijs as exceptional productions of Belgian music.
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February 10, 2020
Programs that last for centuries
Nikita Boriso-Glebsky and the pianist Boris Berezovsky reproduced a program of a legendary Rakhmaninov—Kreisler duo immortalized in a form of an LP. The Berezovsky—Boriso-Glebsky is also an ensemble of good friends. The musicians have been playing together for five years now, but this program was performed for the first time. The artists definitely appealed to their personal musical temper while following the rules of musical etiquette.
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February 5, 2020
5 concerts in 3 days — is this a new record?
The festival La Folle Journée de Nantes is best described with the number of their performances. In five days they manage to fit in as many as 271 performances.
Nikita Boriso-Glebsky played five concerts alongside the Sinfonia Varsovia conducted by Lio Kuokman, Orchestre de Chambre Nouvelle-Aquitaine conducted by Jean-François Heisser, Boris Berezovsky, Mao Fujita, Georgy Tchaidze and Alexander Kniazev. This year's festival was dedicated to Beethoven's 250th anniversary.
January 19, 2020
The Andermatt Festival
The Andermatt Music Winter Festival took place in the very heart of the Swiss Alps from January 15 to 18 celebrating Beethoven's 250th anniversary. Nikita performed with the English Classical Players conducted by Jonathan Brett, and also his good chamber music partner Georgy Tchaidze. A writer from Luzerner Zeitung newspaper said this about Nikita's performance with an orchestra: 'The highlight of the evening was the performance of the Russian violinist Nikita Boriso-Glebsky with the Beethoven violin concerto. With excellent intonation — and above all a lot of ferocity — he portrays the composer as an angry man. Quite an alternative to the flying take of the century with Jascha Heifetz, his game is an intense struggle. The runs are blown up from below, the cadenzas screwed up one level of difficulty. Dramatic, with forward drive. Merciless, but electrifying.'

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December 10, 2019
A trip to Japan: long story short
A Japanese NHK Symphony orchestra, a Venezuelan conductor Diego Matheuz and a Russian violinist Nikita Boriso-Glebsky have joined forces on stage and received a warm welcome from the audience. The Violin Concerto by Alexander Glazunov doesn't imply any competition between the soloist and the orchestra, and a couple of rehearsals later they all spoke the same language — language of music. This wasn't the first time Nikita performed with NHK Symphony.
Glazunov's compositions could be enjoyed via the live broadcast from the Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall. More than that, Nikita was invited to the Radio Niseko station in Hokkaido where he performed Gavotte from Bach's Partita No. 3 for solo violin via live broadcast. In addition, director of the radio station Mr. Miyakawa and Nikita had a very interesting conversation.
December 18, 2019
On the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre
Nikita Boriso-Glebsky had had a dream to visit Vladivostok for a long time. 'I was happy to receive an invitation from the Mariinsky Theatre as I've been longing for it. The farthest I've been to in Russia before that were Irkutsk and Khabarovsk. I've always been curious to travel to the other end of Russia and see Vladivostok. I really enjoyed the concert and was glad to perform with the Symphony Orchestra of the Primorsky Stage," said Nikita.
October 23, 2019
The purest sound
The Moscow New Opera Theatre hosted a ceremony of the International Award for Best Audio Recording of Russian Academic Music Pure Sound. The long list included about 100 works.
We're happy to announce that the first prize in the Instrumental Chamber Music. Ensemble nomination was given to Nikita Boriso-Glebsky's album Nikolai Medtner: Complete Works for violin and piano. We congratulate Nikita and the pianist Ekaterina Derzhavina with whom he recorded the album.
October 17, 2019
Metamorphoses at the Saint Petersburg Academic Philharmonia
The Violin Concerto No. 2 by Krzysztof Penderecki was performed at the St. Petersburg Academic Philharmonia. The composer himself entrusted the solo part to Nikita Boriso-Glebsky. Metamorphoses brought the famous composer two Grammy Awards. Nikita performed this concerto with the Honoured Ensemble of Russia St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Michail Jurowski. There are a lot of riddles for a soloist in the composition. The composer warned Nikita that his music was like wandering in a maze. Judging by the reaction of the orchestra and the audience, Nikita found a way out of this labyrinth.
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October 5, 2019
Celebrating The Year of Mieczyslaw Weinberg with music
Nikita Boriso-Glebsky played Concerto for Violin with Orchestra of Moisey Weinberg for the first time. He gave his performance at the Ulyanovsk Philharmonic Hall due to the upcoming celebration of Mieczyslaw Weinberg's 100th anniversary on December 8. Thanks to the initiative of the Musical Review newspaper 2019 was pronounced The Year of Mieczyslaw Weinberg in Russia. After the concert Nikita noted, 'Weinberg's music is still an unexplored ground for me. I've only played his Piano Quintet, op.18 so far, and now I'm discovering Weinberg's second opus, Concerto for Violin. Weinberg has his own language and that's very precious."
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