VOCAL MUSIC

  • “The Street Singer” for a woman’s voice and piano. Poetry by M. Tsvetaeva. (1995, ca. 2’30’’.  1st performance - 2000, St. Petersburg)

  • “Snow Will Cover The Roads” for voice and piano. Poetry by B. Pasternak (ca. 2’, 1995)

  • “A Season Of Accidental Meetings” for a voice and piano. Poetry by N. Novosiolova (ca. 2’30’’, 1997)

  • “If I Were A Quail”, “ When That Evening Will Come”. Two songs for a folk voice. Belorussian folk poetry. (ca. 6’, 1995, 2000)

  • “Das Gespräch” ( Conversation) for  woman’s  voice and viola. (ca.7’, 2003. 1st performance- Cologne, 2003)

 

vocal cycles

  • “Memory Of The Sun”. Vocal cycle for soprano and ensemble. Poetry by Z. Gippius and A. Akhmatova (ca. 20’, 1996; 1st performance- 1997, St. Petersburg)

  • “A Sky’s Piece  Fell Down”.   Book of songs for soprano and piano. Poetry by E. Moshkovskaya. (ca. 15’, 1997. 1st performance - 2003, St. Petersburg)

  • “The Thread of Ariadna”. Vocal cycle for soprano, bass and piano. (ca. 12’, 1998, recording)

  • “To My Motherland With Love”. Vocal cycle for soprano, accordion, drums and piano. Belorussian folks poetry. (10’, 1999. 1st performance- 2008, Minsk)

  • “ Autumn Love” for soprano and piano. Poetry by poets of the Moscow union “Orion” (ca. 12’, 2002. 1st performance - 2003,Cologne)

  • “Weinen”, “in das ewige Leben” (“Cry”, “ to the Eternal Life”). Two romances for soprano and string quartet. Poetry by f. Garcia Lorca and Juan Ramon Jimenes. (ca.8’, 2004-2005, recording)

  • “Wenn dich dein Schatten verläßt” (When your shadow will leave you) - three pieces for soprano and oboe. Poetry by contemporary German authors (ca.11’, 2009-2010) 

  • 1.”Standort” (Town)- poetry by Nora Bossong.(ca.3’)

  • 2.“Verschwunden” (Dissapered). Poetry by Richard Anders (ca.4’)

  • 3.”Verstummene Worte” ( Silent Words). poetry by Andreas Altmann (ca.4’)

CHOIR MUSIC

  • “One Star” for a women choir a capella. Poetry by A. Fet (ca. 4’, 1993)

  • “An Autumn Moment” for a mixed choir a capella. Poetry by A. Fet (ca 2’, 1995)

  • “Oh, Halimon Left” for a mixed choir a capella. Belarusian folk poetry. (ca.2’, 1995)

  • “Fragrant Night” for a mixed choir.  Poetry by A. Fet (ca.4’, 1997)

  • “ The Soul Is Full Of Belarus”. Cantata for a mixed choir a capella (ca.17’, 2000)

  • “Jesus is Born” , a Christmas carol for a men’s choir and English horn (ca.3’, 2011)

  • “From the Four Winds” for a women’s choir and four French horns. Texts from the Bible in English, Belorussian, German and Greek (ca.10’, 2012. Premiered in  New York, 2013) 

  • Thoughts on Life and Work of Jean Sibelius (TExts by Aino and Jean Sibelius, celebrating composer's 150th anniversary. ca.10', 2014)

  • Two Lyrical Choirs for women's choir a capella. Desperate Kiss, Have You Ever Seen The Light. Poetry by composer (ca.16;, 2015)

" Autumn Love” for soprano and piano (2002) 

in Russian

Poetry by poets of the Moscow union “Аrion”

1. Such a Type

2. Summer in April

3. The Bee

4. To Fly

5. Autumn Love

6. Soul stays

“in das ewige Leben” 

(“ to the Eternal Life”).

 Romance for soprano and string quartet. Poetry by f. Garcia Lorca and Juan Ramon Jimenes.

“From the Four Winds”

for a women’s choir and four French horns.

Texts from the Bible in English, Belorussian, German and Greek

The piece was written for and commissioned by Melodia Women's Choir New York City. Premiered in April 2013.
The piece is based on the image of four archangels, standing in four corners of the world, holding the four winds. Therefore four French horns are placed in four corners of the audience. Same motives are played from different corners, providing a sensation of a sounding arch. The choir repeats the same phrases in four languages. Philosophical idea of this composition is connected to the Christian vision of the world.