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Venera Gimadieva and Pavel Nebolsin

From Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, lyric soprano Venera Gimadieva is joined by pianist Pavel Nebolsin as they make their joint International Festival debut in a Russian song recital.

Live from Edinburgh's Queen's Hall, lyric soprano Venera Gimadieva is joined by fellow Russian, pianist Pavel Nebolsin as they make their joint International Festival debut with a selection of songs from their homeland. Works by Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov and Rimsky Korsakov sit alongside lesser known gems by Vlasov and Vasilenko.

Vlasov: To the fountain of Bakhchisarai Palace
Rimsky-Korsakov: Nymph, Op 56; Enslaved by the Rose, Op 2
Tchaikovsky: Serenade Op 63; Lullaby, Op 16; Tell me, what in the shade of the branches, Op 57; Pimpinella, Op 38; Dumka, Op 59
Vasilenko: Fly, my dream, Op 16; Meadowy, Op 61

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The Scottish Chamber Orchestra perform Wagner's Siegfried Idyll

12.10
Glière: Wake up, child, Op 50; Rusalka, Op 52
Rachmaninov: Prelude in B minor Op 32; A Dream, Op 8; Daisies, Op 38: Lilacs, Op 21; The Pied Piper, Op 38; They answered, Op 21; Oh do not sing, Op 4; Vocalise, Op 34

Venera Gimadieva, soprano
Pavel Nebolsin, piano

Presenter, Kate Molleson
Producer, Laura Metcalfe.

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