Discover Russian Renaissance’s boundary-pushing music at Stude Concert Hall

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Experience the genre-bending performances of world-renowned Russian Renaissance at Stude Concert Hall on Rice University on Tuesday, October 23, 2018.

Breaching the boundaries of traditional Russian folk instruments, the Russian Renaissance ensemble skillfully performs music that spans genres from tango and folk to jazz and more, capturing the attention of audiences worldwide.

Recently named Musical America’s New Artist of the Month, Russian Renaissance make their Houston debut this month for a special performance presented by Da Camera.

Russian Renaissance has established itself as one of the most thrilling ensembles today after emerging with the $100,000 Grand Prize at the 2017 M-Prize Competition, the largest prize for chamber music in the world.

Russian Renaissance consists of Ivan Kuznetsov on balalaika, Anastasia Zakharova on domra and domra alto, Alexander Tarasov on button accordion, and Ivan Vinogradov balalaika contrabasso.

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About Da Camera

Founded in 1987, Da Camera produces series of thematically programmed concerts designed to attract new listeners and audiences to concert hall experiences.

By bringing together leading American and international musicians, specifically selected for each program, Da Camera concerts offer a broad range of repertoire and musical styles. Audiences are ensured outstanding musical excellence.

Members of the Houston Symphony and faculty of Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music, University of Houston’s Moores School, and others are often included in Da Camera programs.

Da Camera presents Russian Renaissance at Stude Concert Hall

Photo courtesy of Da Camera

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