Golden Legacy

After the great success of the Vivaldi “Four Seasons”, “Rachmaninov Days” and “Tchaikovsky” concerts in Cyprus, we continue the “Golden Legacy” series of classical music concerts with an event dedicated to the work of the great composer Chopin.

The special guest – Boris Andrianov, a world-renowned cellist, who performs in the world’s top venues and at most prestigious festivals. The musician has participated in the Royal Swedish Festival, as well as festivals in Ludwigsburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Edinburgh, Dubrovnik, Colmar, Davos, Irkutsk (Stars on Baikal), Trans-Siberian Art Festival and others.

He is the winner of Antonio Janigro International Cello Competition in Zagreb as well as competitions in Johannesburg, Hanover (Classica Nova – In Memoriam Dmitri Shostakovich, as part of a duo with Alexey Goribol), Paris (Concours de violoncelle Rostropovitch), and South Korea (Isang Yun Competition). Andrianov is also a prize-winner at the 11th International Tchaikovsky Competition and the Triumph Youth Award.

Boris Andrianov is widely collaborating with contemporary composers, including Giya Kancheli, Krzysztof Penderecki, Efrem Podgaits, Michael Berkeley, Richard Dubugnon, Alexander Rosenblatt, Giovanni Sollima, Vangelis, Alexey Rybnikov, Pavel Karmanov, Samuel Strouk, Alexey Shor and many others.

Boris Andrianov has performed with the world’s leading orchestras and conductors, including Valery Gergiev, Vladimir Fedoseev, Yury Simonov, Pavel Kogan, Krzysztof Penderecki, Alexander Vedernikov, Gianandrea Noseda, Dmitry Liss, Roman Kofman, Vasily Petrenko, Stefan Vladar, Dmitri Jurowski, and Alexander Sladkovsky. In chamber performances, he has played alongside Yury Bashmet, Menahem Pressler, Akiko Suwanai, Janine Jansen, Julian Rachlin, Itamar Golan, Denis Matsuev, Sergey Nakaryakov, Vadim Repin, Maxim Vengerov, Alexey Lyubimov, Tatiana Grindenko, to name a few.

Since 2009 Boris Andrianov has been teaching at the Moscow Conservatory. The artist plays a cello made by Carlo Bergonzi from the State Collection of Unique Musical Instruments.

Join us for this unforgettable evening of classical music. Experience the magic and beauty of Chopin’s compositions performed by the international stars of Cyprus symphonic orchestra and one of the top cellists in the world!

Don’t miss out on this incredible event!


  1. Scherzo no. 2 op. 31 in B♭ minor

Apollonas Kalamenios

  1. Nocturne no. 20 op. posth. in C# arranged by Nathan Milstein

for violin and piano

Sorin Alexandru Horlea/ Mariola Charitidou

  1. Nocturne no. 1 op. 48 in C minor
  2. Balade no. 1 op. 23 in G minor

Anna Avramidou

  1. Arrangement for cello and piano of Nocturne op.9 N.2

Boris Andrianov/ Mariola Charitidou

  1. Polonaise no. 2 op. 26 in E♭ minor
  2. Prelude op. 45 in C# minor

Apollonas Kalamenios

  1. Nocturne no. 2 op. 27 in D major arranged by Pablo Sarasate

for violin and piano

Sorin Alexandru Horlea/ Mariola Charitidou

  1. Largo and Finale-Allegro from Sonata for cello and piano op. 65

Boris Andrianov/ Mariola Charitidou

  1. Piano Trio op. 8 in G minor

Sorin Alexandru Horlea/ Boris Andrianov/ Anna Avramidou

  1. In Memoriam Chopin by Apollonas Kalamenios

All players

Important announcement:
According to the theatre’s regulations, children under the age of 16, will not be allowed to enter the theatre without adult supervision.

October 12 @ 20:30


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