The concerts of the tour of the municipal team of musicians took place in St. Petersburg and Moscow. The first performance was held in the northern capital: the Krasnoyarsk Chamber Orchestra performed in the Small Hall of the Dmitri Shostakovich Philharmonia together with the Concert Choir of St. Petersburg. The two groups are connected by the long-lasting creative cooperation. In 2020, the choir and orchestra performed Mozart's Requiem on the stage of the Great Hall of the St. Petersburg Philharmonia, and in September of this year, the Concert Choir became a special guest of the XX International Festival of Chamber and Orchestral Music "Asia–Siberia–Europe".
The first part of the concert at the Philharmonia was devoted to instrumental compositions: under the guidance of the artistic director of the Krasnoyarsk Chamber Orchestra, Honoured Art Worker of the Russian Federation Mikhail Benyumov, the orchestra performed works by Boccherini, Donizetti and Vivaldi.
The soloists of the concert were laureates of international competitions - Moscow cellist Gleb Stepanov and Krasnoyarsk violinist Daria Manza. The eighteen-year-old student of Mikhail Benyumov won the hearts of the public with her "model" (according to the listeners) performance of Antonio Vivaldi's Summer.
During the second part, the Krasnoyarsk Chamber Orchestra and the Concert Choir of St. Petersburg performed one of the most famous works of Vivaldi - the "Gloria" cantata for soloists, choir and orchestra. At the conductor's stand was the artistic director of the choir, Honoured Artist of Russia Vladimir Begletsov.
The Chamber Orchestra also took the opportunity to perform on the stage of the Small Hall of the Moscow . Tchaikovsky Conservatory. The teacher of the Moscow Conservatory cellist Gleb Stepanov invited Krasnoyarsk residents to take part in the celebration of the 80th anniversary of his teacher, the legendary cellist, People's Artist of the USSR Natalia Gutman. The Hall illuminated with the music of Boccherini, Donizetti and Vivaldi once again.
The final concert of the tour – "The Magic of Duduk with Orchestra" – was held as symbol of cultural exchange between Russia and Armenia. A concert of the Chamber Orchestra with duduk player Vitaly Pogosyan took place in the Mirror Hall of the Mosconcert. Works by Komitas, Babajanyan and other Armenian composers, folk melodies and compositions written especially for Vitaly Pogosyan and the Krasnoyarsk Chamber Orchestra were performed on stage that day.
— Performances at such major concert venues as the Small Hall of the St. Petersburg Philharmonia or the Small Hall of the Moscow Conservatory are always a great honour. The greatest musicians played within these walls. We are very pleased with the opportunity to represent Siberia and our city at such a level, – said Mikhail Benyumov, artistic director and conductor of the Krasnoyarsk Chamber Orchestra.