On the poster of the event on the website of the Philharmonic, instead of the artist, Evgeny Izotov is indicated, although earlier Osetinskaya was listed there. The pianist published an anti-war post at the end of February
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Participation of pianist Polina Osetinskaya in Beethoven's triple concert “Conversation. The game. Farewell» in the big hall of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Society was canceled, the artist said on Instagram (the parent company Meta Platforms was recognized as extremist in Russia and banned).
“I just arrived in St. Petersburg. I just received a phone call and was told that I am not playing Beethoven's Triple Concerto in the big hall of the Philharmonic tomorrow. I think everything is clear to everyone, — the pianist wrote.
The event page on the Philharmonic's website says that the piano part in the triple concerto is performed by Evgeny Izotov. However, the cached copy of the page dated August 18 indicates that Osetinskaya was supposed to play the part. “Fontanka” the administration of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic stated that the concert was rented and could not provide detailed information about the cancellation of Osetinskaya's performance.
RBC Osetinskaya reported that she did not comment on this topic. RBC sent a request to the St. Petersburg Academic Philharmonic named after D.D. Shostakovich.
At the end of February, the pianist shared the text of an anti-war appeal on social networks.
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Ossetian was born in Moscow in 1975, studied at the music school at the Moscow Conservatory. Tchaikovsky. In 1998 she graduated from the St. Petersburg Conservatory. In 2001 Osetinskaya won the Triumph award.