OutSound Trio

THREE & THREE

A virtual evening of classical music composed by Bach, Handel, and Mozart

OutSound trio presents a new concert program "Three & Three" that includes vocal and instrumental masterpieces by the three most famous composers of the 18th century – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Johann Sebastian Bach, and George Frideric Handel.

The music is rearranged for the classical guitar, domra, and soprano.


This virtual concert was broadcasted on Lyrica's YouTube Live channel.

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CONCERT PROGRAM

Johann Sebastian Bach:

  • Air on the g string from the Suite Nr. 3 in d major
  • Aria "Erbarme dich, mein Gott" from the oratorio St Matthew Passion, bwv 244
  • Aria "Bist du bei mir" from Cantata 508

George Frideric Handel:

  • Aria "Lascia ch'io pianga" for the opera Rinaldo
  • Aria "Tu del ciel ministro eletto" from the oratorio Trionfo del Tempo
  • Aria "Dopo notte, atra e funesta" from the opera Ariodante

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:

  • Aria "laudate dominum" from the sacred choral composition Vesperae Solennes de Confessore, K 339
  • Aria "Deh, vieni, alla finestra" from the opera Don Giovanni
  • Aria "Alleluia" from the sacred composition "Exsultate Jubilate", k. 165

ARTISTS

Yulia Petrachuk, soprano

Ms. Petrachuk studied at Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory and is a graduate of Bern Opera Studio in Bern, Switzerland. Her debut as a professional opera singer was with the State TheaterBern, Switzerland, in 2010. Yulia is specializing in contemporary operas and other forms of vocal music of the 20th century. She performed many World and US-premiers. As well, Ms.Petrachuk, through her teaching studio, instills the love for classical music to new generations. Ms. Petrachuk has robust experience in international performing art projects’, execution, and collaborations in the USA and EU. Yulia is an active performer and a soloist of many famous venues as Salzburg Mozarteum in Austria, Carnegie Hall in NYC, Gotha Theater in Germany, Musikvereinin Vienna, Bolshoi Hall in Moscow and others.

Peter Omelchenko, domra

After graduating from the Gnessin Academy in the special class of Alexander Tsygankov, Mr.Omelchenko quickly established himself as one of the most promising folk musicians of his generation, starting his career as a featured domra player with Moscow’s Nekrasov Balalaika Orchestra and then “fleeting up” to the world famous Osipov Balalaika Orchestra, where he performed as a soloist and became one of the Ossipov’s principal arrangers. Additionally, Peter became active with several smaller Moscow folk-instrument ensembles – both playing and arranging – and even appeared in stage and circus productions. Locally, in addition to performing with and occasionally conducting the orchestra of the Washington Balalaika Society, Peter plays with several chamber groups and has taken a growing number of music students under his wing.

Anna Kusner, guitar

After graduating from the Gnessin Academy in 1988, Ms. Kusner pursued an active performing career in Moscow both as a soloist and in accompanying vocalists from both the Bolshoi Opera and the Moscow Philharmonic Society. In 1990, she moved to Israel to study classical guitar at the Jerusalem Academy of Music, graduating in 1995. Subsequently, she pursued a flourishing concert career in Israel, Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, and Egypt, appearing with prominent orchestras and chamber groups, while releasing more than a dozen CDs. For over 35 years, Anna taught the classical guitar at conservatories in both Russia and Israel, and she has continued her concertizing and teaching activities all over the United States since coming here three years ago.