On April 6, 2021 (18.30) in the Tatar State Philharmonic named after G. Tukai, a concert of the laureate of international competitions Arseny TARASEVICH-NIKOLAEV (piano) will take place.
The concert of Arseny Tarasevich - Nikolaev is held within the framework of the large-scale project of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation "All-Russian Philharmonic Seasons".
Since 2003, the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and the Moscow State Academic Philharmonic Society have been implementing a unique creative project aimed at reviving an active concert activity throughout Russia and ensuring equal access to cultural values for residents of various regions of our country - All-Russian Philharmonic Seasons. The leading philharmonic societies of Russia are involved in the project. Thanks to the unprecedented scale tour of the All-Russian Philharmonic Seasons, listeners from all over Russia - from Kaliningrad and Murmansk to Vladivostok and Magadan - can get in touch with the art of outstanding musicians.
Laureate of international competitions Arseny Tarasevich-Nikolaev comes from a musical family. The romantic image, more reminiscent of Byron's heroes than a typical representative of modern youth, harmonizes very well with the performance of Chopin's music - his ballads sound so light and airy. “I think that music is the most outspoken way of communication, when there are no masks. If an artist begins to somehow Jesuit during a performance, then these things hit me hard on the ears. Because there can be no lies in music! " - says the artist in one of his interviews. Many people note Arseny's ability to prudently approach the climax, achieve it and effectively stay on its crest. This skill is not easy for everyone and is given so early, and the young musician has already completely mastered it, which is worthy of surprise.
Part I: W. Mozart - Sonata No. 13 in B-flat major K. 333 L. Beethoven - Sonata No. 21 "Aurora"
Part II: F. Chopin - Nocturnes, Op. 27 A. Scriabin - Two poems, op. 32 S. Rachmaninoff - 6 preludes from op. 32
* Before the start of the concert, at 17:45, the head of the department for work with the audience of the Tatar State Philharmonic Svetlana Alekseevna Chernykh will give a lecture on the genres of piano music - from suite to sonata. The cycle of free lectures at the Tatar Philharmonic opened on March 20, 2021. Admission to the lectures is free, carried out by invitation cards purchased at the box office of the Tatar Philharmonic.
April 6, 2021 - entrance with tickets purchased for the concert.
Press service of the Tatar State Philharmonic named after G. Tukai