The Red Army Choir wishes you an Happy New Year 2019
The Power of Voices
"My Friends, I wishes you an happy new year 2019 !
Happiness and good Health for you and your family.
I would like to thanks again all people which welcomed us in 2018 (China, Turkey, Serbia, Poland, etc) and all friends around the world which will welcome us in 2019 (France, Switzerland, Belgium, Slovakia, Czech Republic...).
I could not give all your names but ALL, you are already into our thoughts and our hearts."
The Red Army Choir on Tour 2019
Vadim Anaviev, one of the legendary soloist from the Academic Ensemble, is singing the world famous "Kalinka"!
Maxim Maklakov singing Rossini "Figaro" ! Most famous baryton air "Largo Al Factotum della Cia"
Definitively the best voices of Russia...
Now listen young soloist Sergey Kuznetsov on tour from March 29th to April 21th 2019
Russian Traditionnal song (The Rye) by Alexander Cruz, on European tour starting march 2019
Since 1928, the best voices are performing into our famous academic ensemble.
See some famous singers from the past which made history of the ensemble which today remains the most famous choir of the world
For the celebration of the 90th anniversary of their creation (October 2018), The Red Army Choir performed on October 16th for an exceptional concert on the world famous Opera stage in the world!
For the occasion, the conductor of the ensemble, Gennadiy Sachenyuk, performed with more than 250 artists (choir, orchestra and ballet) and guest such as Mosseïv, Beriuska... A major event on the world music scene or when two jewels of Russian culture meet in one and only mythical theater.
October 16th 2018, the famous ensemble was at the Bolshoi stage to celebrate 90th anniversary of its creation. 2019 is the year of celebration with many concerts programmed all over the world.
The "Sacred War", legendary song from the WWII composed by founder Alexander Alexandrov, Live at Tchaikovsky Hall, Moscow
October 16th, The Alexandrov Ensemble triumphed in Moscow
Official Academic Ensemble of the Federation of Russia
Zemledel'cheskiy per., d.20, Moskva, 119121
EMI Collection Great Recording
of the Century