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'LAYERED TIME'
STRELKA INSTITUTE, MOSCOW



“Layered Time” will begin with an extended conversation curated by Metahaven’s Vinca Kruk and Daniel van der Velden with two of the most interesting composers and musicians working today Kara-Lis Coverdale and Galya Bisengalieva about contemporary composing and artistic methodologies in an age of accelerating technological and ecological changes. The evening will transition to consecutive live solo performances by Galya Bisengalieva and Kara-Lis Coverdale.


GALYA BISENGALIEVA X KAT TINKER
‘LUMINATE: IN THE ROUND’  KINGS PLACE, LONDON




Pauline OliverosBye Bye Butterfly
Paula Matthusenin absentia
Claire M Singertùs (World Premiere)
Galya BisengalievaTulpar (World Premiere)
Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch    Oparin (World Premiere) 
Angélica NegrónLa Intervencion (UK Premiere)
Shiva FesharekiZohra (World Premiere)
Ipek GorgunVanity (World Premiere)
Maggi PayneWhite Night

An evening of music, curated and performed by Galya Bisengalieva and Kat Tinker, showcasing works by pioneers Pauline Oliveros and Maggi Payne alongside some of the most exciting composers working today including a specially commisioned piece ‘Vanity’ for violin, piano and electronics by Ipek Gorgun



'MOONLIGHT': INDIA TOUR
An NCPA Presentation


Conductor Robert Ames and violinist Galya Bisengalieva return to the SOI following their sold out and highly-acclaimed concerts last year. Performing Barber’s Adagio for Strings, Borodin’s ‘In the Steppes of Central Asia’, Beethoven’s Romance and a special arrangement of the Moonlight Sonata.

SOI Chamber Orchestra
Galya Bisengalieva (soloist)
Robert Ames (conductor)

5 December 2018
DHERADUN - The Rose Bowl

8 December 2018
MUMBAI - Wilingdon Club

10 December 2018
JUHU - Prithvi Theatre

11 December 2018
MUMBAI - National Centre for the Performing Arts

BBC RADIO 3: LIVE BROADCAST


Performing the violin solo for Edmund Finnis' new work 'Shades Lengthen', as part of BBC Radio 3’s 'New Year New Music' live event from St-John-at-Hackney Church.
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BELARUSIAN STATE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA


An evening with the State Chamber Orchestra of the Republic of Belarus. Conductor Robert Ames and violinist Galya Bisengalieva perform for the first time in Minsk with the Belarusian State Chamber Orchestra. The programme will include music by Americans John Adams and Philip Glass, a Belarusian premiere of young British composer Edmund Finnis’ ‘Between Rain’ as well as two well loved pieces by Vaughan Williams.

Belarusian State Chamber Orchestra
Galya Bisengalieva (soloist)
Robert Ames (conductor)

4 April 2018
MINSK - Philharmonic Hall

KAZAKH STATE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA


Galya has held post of soloist with the Kazakh State Symphony Orchestra, performing violin concertos, curating concerts and premiering new works.

Brahms Violin Concerto in D Major
Galya Bisengalieva (soloist)
Winston Dan Vogel (conductor)
1 December 2017
ALMATY - Philharmony Hall

Mozart Violin Concerto No 3 in G Major
Galya Bisengalieva (soloist)
Lior Shambadal (conductor)
28 April 2017 
ALMATY - Philharmony Hall

Mozart Violin Concerto No 5 in A Major
Galya Bisengalieva (soloist)
Evgeny Bushkov (conductor)
20 May 2016
ALMATY - Philharmony Hall

Vaughan Williams Lark Ascending
Galya Bisengalieva (soloist)
John Anderson (conductor)
15 June 2015
ALMATY - Philharmony Hall

Barber Violin Concerto
Galya Bisengalieva (soloist)
Adrian Leaper (conductor)
20 October 2014
ALMATY - Philharmony Hall

Bernstein 'The Serenade, after Plato: Symposium'
Galya Bisengalieva (soloist)
Vag Papian (conductor)
21 December 2013
ALMATY - Philharmony Hall

MUSIC FOR TWO VIOLINS



Music by Prokofiev, Berio and Ysaye
Galya Bisengalieva (violin)
Eloisa-Fleur Thom (violin)

20 April 2017
LONDON - St Pancras New Church

'THE SINGING VIOLIN': INDIA TOUR
An NCPA Presentation

Following their sold-out performances of The Four Seasons with the Symphony Orchestra of India in March 2016, conductor Robert Ames and violinist Galya Bisengalieva returned to perform works by Mozart, Handel, Vaughan Williams and a premiere of Vivaldi's 'Il Grosso Mogul' Violin Concerto.

SOI Chamber Orchestra
Galya Bisengalieva (soloist)
Robert Ames (conductor)

23 February 2017
DHERADUN - The Rose Bowl

26 February 2017
PUNE - Mazda Hall

27 February 2017
MUMBAI - Prithvi Theatre

2 March 2017
MUMBAI - National Centre for the Performing Arts

THERE WILL BE BLOOD: LIVE


"Sparse and at times just plain peculiar – but in a brilliantly original way. It’s magnificent." ★★★★★ The Independent

In January 2017, Galya embarked on a UK tour of Paul Thomas Anderson’s Oscar-winning film There Will Be Blood with the London Contemporary Orchestra.

Paul Thomas Anderson’s 2007 epic historical drama is regarded as one of the greatest films of the 2000s. It was voted at no. 1 in Total Film’s top ten films of the decade, no. 3 in the BBC’s 100 greatest films of the 21st Century, won 2 Oscars (nominated for 8), and won the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival that year.

Meanwhile Greenwood’s score is considered a masterwork of dramatic tension. While writing the script, Anderson heard Greenwood’s orchestral piece Popcorn Superhet Receiver and the alien experimental dissonance of the music set the unsettling tone for the film, based on the Upton Sinclair’s novel Oil!. It was Greenwood’s first of many soundtracks for feature film. It has passages extrapolated from Arvo Pärt Fratres and Brahms’ Violin Concerto (both major works in the classical cannon in their own right).

Jonny Greenwood (ondes Martenot)
Galya Bisengalieva (violin)
Oliver Coates (cello)
Hugh Brunt (conductor)

30 January 2017
LONDON - Royal Festival Hall

5 February 2017
BIRMINGHAM - Symphony Hall

6 February 2017
BRIGHTON - Brighton Dome

7 February 2017
BRISTOL - Colston Hall

The Times review>>
Financial Times review>>

SOUTH AMERICA TOUR


Bruch Violin Concerto
Almaty State Philharmonic
Galya Bisengalieva (soloist)
Nicholas Krauze (conductor)

4 November 2014
SÃO PAULO - Sala São Paulo

6 November 2014
RIO DE JANEIRO - Teatro Sesc Ginástico

8 November 2014
BUENOS AIRES - Teatro Colón

10 November 2014
ROSARIO - Teatro El Círculo

11 November 2014
CORDOBA - Teatro Del Libertador



CONCERTO GROSSO 



Schnittke 'Concerto Grosso no 1'

NFM Leopoldinium Chamber Orchestra
Galya Bisengalieva (soloist)
Charlotte Bonneton (soloist)
Nicolas Krauze (conductor)

25 October 2014
WROCLAW - Filharmony 



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