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March 17th, 2017

Jan Lisiecki – Moving Classics Interview

Pianist Jan Lisiecki talks about new ways in classical music, fantasy, classical concert ritual and how to attract young audience to classical concerts...

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Prelude: The Swedish Forest

Tommaso Ieva, Guitar

The Swedish Forest is the first movement of the composition concerning more pieces written about Scandinavia. It was written as a piece of atmosphere …


Romance for Violin and Piano ‘The Search’ in D minor

Aetneo Duo, Violin and Piano

It is a dreamy and highly lyrical chamber music composition for duo Violin and Piano , with influences of Impressionism and Romanticism. Very melodic …


Night on the Isar

Taras Yashchenko , Piano

- Night On The Isar – Nocturne (for Sandra Clemens) – by Taras Yachshenko, An der Isar bei der Nacht №.4 from Munich Book …


Leaf and the Wind

Grzegorz Miśkiewicz, Piano






AnnaFebruary 17th, 2017

“Fantasy Notes” Interview with an American composer Lori Laitman

Described by Fanfare Magazine as “one of the most talented and intriguing of living composers,” Lori Laitman has composed multiple operas and choral works, and over 250 songs, setting texts by classical and contemporary poets (including those who perished in the Holocaust). Her music is widely performed, internationally and throughout the United States, and has generated substantial critical acclaim. Read Lori Laitman's interview with Moving Classics TV
AnnaFebruary 4th, 2017

INITIATIVE: “Fantasy Notes” – Contemporary Piano at Moving Classics TV 2017/2018

Blog about our new project devoted to contemporary piano music
AnnaJanuary 2nd, 2017

Should musicians play for free?

Thoughts about the dilemma of all musicians - to play or not to play...


FranceadminMarch 17th, 2017

“Fantasy Notes” Interview with a French composer Dominique Dupraz

Dominique Dupraz in interview with Moving Classics TV: Dominique talks about his creative process, why music is the indescribable, the unutterable and the most profound and faraway “inner spaces” of the soul, and what Belgian artistic movement “New Consonant music” means to the listeners.

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PolandadminMarch 10th, 2017

“Fantasy Notes” Interview with composer Grzegorz Miśkiewicz

Our “Fantasy Notes – Contemporary Piano” Composer Grzegorz Miśkiewicz talks about his creative process and his compositions

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CanadaadminMarch 3rd, 2017

“Fantasy Notes” Interview with composer Marius Herea

Marius Herea talks about his compositions, what music means to him, why audiences need to be surprised and how he can stimulate their curiosity in the most beautiful ways

Music Edifice  Marius Herea, original dimensions
FranceadminFebruary 24th, 2017

“Fantasy Notes” Interview with a French composer Sylvain Guinet

Interview with a French composer Sylvain Guinet – “to compose is to reveal oneself, to define oneself, to be exposed and vulnerable”. He thinks music is a very powerful art. Read more about Sylvain thoughts about artistic inspiration, about emotions in music, why one smile counts more than a dollar and about his new project!

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GermanyadminJanuary 16th, 2017

Slow Watching and Relaxed Listening: Hearing with Eyes and Seeing with Ears

“My Creativity Break”: 3 minutes of slow watching and relaxed listening, human attention and interplay of images and music, possibility to attract more people to classical music through visual keys.