News

24.10.11No Border Orchestra visited Veliky Novgorod

23.09.11New interesting programs are underway in the Petersburg Musical Archive. In the end of November, two new CDs will be released.

19.09.11XII Northern Flowers International Chamber Music Festival - 2011

14.09.11CD catalogue renewal

31.12.10Happy New Year!

10.12.10Dear music lovers, we have completed a very nice New Year present for you: three new programs for the Northern Flowers CD collection.

04.10.10The Northern Flowers have released a new disk, this time in the MP3 format: Maria Petrova reads world classics of literature, stories for children, and folk fairy tales.

01.09.10Dear friends, after an intermission caused by many various concert and festival projects, we offer you three new programs by the Petersburg Musical Archive. As a tribute to the 80th anniversary of Andrei Pavlovich Petrov, a cult composer of St. Petersburg, two new disks have been released at once.

20.01.10As we promised in our New Year greetings, The Northern Flowers are pleasing music lovers with three new compact discs at the very beginning of the year.

25.09.09The Petersburg Musical Archive has two new programs for music lovers to enjoy. We are releasing Volume 9 of the Wartime Music series, which is dedicated to the wartime music of Alexander Mossolov.

07.09.09Dear friends, we are ready to present the full program of the 10th Northern Flowers International Chamber Music Festival. The events will be held in St. Petersburg, Veliky Novgorod, and Petrozavodsk for a whole week, from October 20 through 27

17.07.09The St. Petersburg Musical Archive has released three disks of the Wartime Music series performed by the St. Petersburg State Academic Symphony under the baton of Alexander Titov.

10.07.09The Northern Flowers are happy to announce the dates of the jubilee 10th Northern Flowers International Chamber Music Festival. The events will be held in St. Petersburg, Veliky Novgorod, and Petrozavodsk from October 20 through 27, 2009.

01.07.09The Northern Flowers present their three new programs. The first of two disks of the great Russian symphonist Gavriil Popov intended in the Wartime Music series (Symphony No.3 for strings and Symphonic Aria for cello and strings performed by the St. Petersburg State Academic Symphony; Alexander Titov, conductor, and Dmitry Khrychov, cello; NF/PMA 9972).

23.02.09The Petersburg Musical Archive offers three new programs of the unique CD series titled Wartime Music.