31-40 of 61 videos of music composed by Sergei Prokofiev

Prokofiev - Dance of the Knights
Prokofiev - Dance of the Knights That music was in a french TV spot (directed by Jean-Paul Goude) for Chanel's perfume "Egoiste"... "Dance of the Knights", by Sergueï Prokofiev....
Sergey Prokofiev - "Overture on Hebrew Themes" op.34
Sergey Prokofiev - "Overture on Hebrew Themes" op.34 Prokofiev's "Overture on Hebrew Themes" For Clarinet, String Quartet and Piano . Performers : Narek Arutyunian - Clarinet Yury Revich - Violin Recorded in Moscow International Soloist Narek Arutyunian was born in Gyumri, Armenia in 1992. When Narek was 10, he took the clarinet in his hands for the first time ever. He studied at the Central Music School of the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory (2003-2009) ,at the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory in class of Evgeny Petrov (2009-2010) Since 2010 he studies at Queens College of the City University of New York in class of Charles Neidich. In Recital Narek has appeared at such prestigious venues as the Carnegie Hall in New York, the Louvre Auditorium in Paris, the Museum of Grenoble, Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto, "Palazzo del Principe" in Genova, Teatro Savio in Messina, Kaliningrad Philharmonic Hall,Glendale Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles, Chamber Hall of the Moscow Philharmonic Society Narek has performed numerous concerts major concert halls all throughout Europe and North America Theatre des Champs Elysees in Paris, Rudolfinum - Dvorak Hall in Prague, Kennedy Center in Washington DC, United Nations Hall in Geneva, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow , George Weston Recital Hall in Toronto, Great, Small and Rachmaninov Halls of the Moscow Conservatory, St.Petersburg Philharmonic Hall , Svetlanov's, Theater and Chamber Halls of Moscow International House of Music , Kaufmann Hall in New York Narek has appeared as ...
Knights' Dance by Segrei Prokofiev
Knights' Dance by Segrei Prokofiev 2nd and last try on Knights' Dance by Sergei Prokofiev.
Mursky plays Prokofiev Piano Concerto No.3 - 2nd mov - APO Eckehard
Mursky plays Prokofiev Piano Concerto No.3 - 2nd mov - APO Eckehard from Auckland / New Zealand Concert performance of Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra under German conductor Eckehard Stier and Russian Pianist Eugéne Mursky playing Prokofiev's 3rd Piano Concerto in C major. Audio recorded by Radio New Zealand.
Prokofiev Piano sonata no.4/mov.3
Prokofiev Piano sonata no.4/mov.3 Composer: Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev Performer: Yefim Bronfman ******************************* Prokofiev displayed unusual musical abilities by the age of five. His first piano composition to be written down (by his mother), an 'Indian Gallop', was in the key of F Lydian (F major with a B natural instead of B flat) as the young Prokofiev did not like to touch the black keys.[citation needed] By the age of seven, he had also learned to play chess. Much like music, chess would remain a passion his entire life, and he became acquainted with world chess champions Capablanca and Botvinnik. At the age of nine he was composing his first opera,[2] The Giant, as well as an overture and miscellaneous pieces. In 1902 Prokofiev's mother obtained an audience with Sergei Taneyev, director of the Moscow Conservatoire. Taneyev suggested that Prokofiev should start lessons in composition with Alexander Goldenweiser, who declined, and Reinhold Glière.[3] Glière visited Prokofiev in Sontsivka twice during the summer to teach him.[4] By then Prokofiev had already produced a number of innovative pieces. As soon as he had the necessary theoretical tools, he quickly started experimenting, laying the base for his own musical style. After a while, Prokofiev felt that the isolation in Sontsivka was restricting his further musical development.[citation needed] Although his parents were not too keen on forcing their son into a musical career at such an early age,[citation needed] in 1904 he moved ...
Prokofiev Piano Concerto no.3 - Yuja Wang [HD]
Prokofiev Piano Concerto no.3 - Yuja Wang [HD] Koninklijk Concertgebouworkest / Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra olv Daniele Gatti Yuja Wang, piano Sergei Prokofjev: Pianoconcert nr.3 op.26 3 oktober Concertgebouw Amsterdam
Prokofiev - Symphony no.1 'Classical' (2)
Prokofiev - Symphony no.1 'Classical' (2) The second part of Prokofiev's 'Classical' Symphony, performed by Sergei Koussevitsky and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Hope you enjoy, and do contact me if you have any comments, etc. (To the best of my knowledge all material used in this film is public domain.)
Prokofiev - Romeo & Juliet (piano) - 1/4-Montecchi & Capuleti - Kusc
Prokofiev - Romeo & Juliet (piano) - 1/4-Montecchi & Capuleti - Kusc Montecchi & Capuleti (Montagues & Capulets) from the piano transcription of Romeo & Juliet by Sergei Prokofiev, Op.75. From Elena Kuschnerova's Prokofiev CD, Romeo & Juliet (piano), Sonata No.2, see Listen to Radio Elena at Do not forget to visit Elena Kuschnerova youtube channel where you can listen to her other great recordings.
Prokofiev: Cinderella (Paris Opera Ballet)
Prokofiev: Cinderella (Paris Opera Ballet) Rudolf Nureyevs colourful, movie-star version of Prokofievs Cinderella retains the classic Perrault story but sets it in America during the difficult years of the Great Depression in the 1930s and 1940s. Agnès Letestu stars as Cinderella who, living with her alcoholic father, tyrannical stepmother and two spiteful stepsisters, dreams of escape and stardom in Hollywood. After a promising screen-test during which The Film Star, suavely portrayed by José Martinez, falls head over heels in love with her, she is fearful that her new-found happiness is too good to be true and will vanish with her youth. Fortunately, her magical protector (in the form of The Producer) and her lover move heaven and earth for a happily ever after ending. This is Paris Opera Ballet at its very best. Available from Opus Arte on DVD Please 'Like' us at
Evgeny Kissin - Prokofiev Piano Concertos 2 & 3 (HD)
Evgeny Kissin - Prokofiev Piano Concertos 2 & 3 (HD) GET YOUR COPY OF THE GRAMMY AWARD-WINNING ALBUM HERE: For his third EMI Classics release, Evgeny Kissin has turned to repertoire from his native Russia, Sergei Prokofievs Piano Concertos Nos. 2 & 3. The performances were recorded live at the Royal Festival Hall in January 2008 with Vladimir Ashkenazy conducting the Philharmonia Orchestra. This is his first recording of Prokofievs Concerto No 2. ________________________________________ More information: ________________________________________ Buy from Amazon (USA) ________________________________________ Buy from Amazon (UK): ________________________________________ Buy from Amazon (FR): ________________________________________ Buy from Amazon (DE): ________________________________________ http