Sochi Symphony Orchestra

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Sochi Symphony Orchestra
Sochi Symphony Orchestra Soldatov Beisteiner December 2013.jpg
Background information
Origin Sochi, Russia
Genres Classical
Occupation(s) Symphony orchestra
Years active 1991–present
Members Principal Conductor
Oleg Soldatov

The Sochi Symphony Orchestra is an orchestra based in Sochi, Russia.


The orchestra was founded in 1991 as a chamber ensemble, in 2001 it received the status of a symphony orchestra. Its current chief conductor is Oleg Soldatov. The orchestra regularly gives concerts in Sochi an other Russian towns.[1] It performed with internationally known soloists, such as Denis Matsuev and Johanna Beisteiner.[2]


  1. ^ Musical Jubilee / Музыкальный юбилей Archived 2014-02-01 at the Wayback Machine.. Article on a concert of the Sochi Symphony Orchestra in Krasnodar, 2011. (Russian.)
  2. ^ «Guitar virtuosos/Виртуозы гитары». Article on a concert of the Austrian guitarist Johanna Beisteiner with the Sochi Symphony Orchestra, December 2013. (Russian.)

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