The international festival "Rakhlin seasons" is dedicated to the memory of the founder and first artistic Director and chief conductor of the orchestra, Nathan Rakhlin. The program includes Western European and Russian classical music, which were especially close to Nathan Rachlin. In memory of the Maestro, several Rakhlin festivals were held in Kazan. In the new history of the orchestra, a new countdown has begun for this music forum. April is given to the festival. For the first time, the updated "Rakhlin seasons" were held from April 9 to 11, 211. and presented to the audience Mozart's Requiem (soloists-Albina Shagimuratova, Alina Shakirova, Dmitry Pyanov, Otar Kunchulia), Dvorak's Cello Concerto (soloist - < # solisty#Sergey Roldugin). The second festival (held from 4 to 11 April 212) presented Sibelius ' Violin Concerto (soloist-Alena Baeva), Tchaikovsky's Manfred (with Chinese Maestro Tao Lin), Orff's Carmina burana, Requiem Verdi (soloists- < #solisty#Tatiana Serjan#>, < #solisty#Olga Borodina#>, Piero pretti, Ildar Abdrazakov plus the combined choir of the Yurlov Capella and the Kazan Conservatory). Among the guests of the Festival-213 < # solisty#Sumi Cho#>, Alexander Knyazev, < #ispolniteli#Alexander Vakulsky#>, Capella them. Yurlova.
Soloists: < #solisty#Darya Zykova#> (soprano),
Olga Bobrovskaya (mezzo-soprano),
Hovhannes Ayvazyan (tenor, Armenia),
Eduard tsanga (bass-baritone).
Soloist Alexander Knyazev
Soloist Sumi Cho (soprano, Korea)
Conductors: Alexander Sladkovsky, Alexander Vakulsky (France)