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August 23rd, 2016

Interview with Nikolai Tokarev – Part I

MOVING CLASSICS TV presents Russian pianist Nikolai Tokarev Famous Russian pianist Nikolai Tokarev met Movingclassics TV team and talked to Anna Sutyagina in Munich. In his interview he tells about why he became a pianist, [...] read more.

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GermanyOctober 7th, 2016

Beethoven “Pathetique”

Anna Sutyagina, Piano

The Pathetique video of Beethoven expresses the feeling of running away from fears. It shows the flight to lost places.

GermanySeptember 15th, 2016

Jane Austen plays Beethoven Sonatine G Dur op. 79 2nd Movement – Secret Musical Encounter

Anna Sutyagina, Piano

“Of music! Then pray speak aloud. It is of all subjects my delight”. An English writer Jane Austen who would practice piano-forte every morning …

ItalyAugust 2nd, 2016

Verde Profondo – Roberto Santucci

Roberti Santucci, Piano

Roberto Santucci

GermanyJuly 20th, 2016

Flight of the Bumblebee

Anna Sutyagina, Piano

Bzzzzzzzz – do you know the sound of a buzzing bumblebee? Russian composer Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov has found an impressive way to express this sound …






AnnaSeptember 15th, 2016

Moving Classics TV Interview with composer Margaret Brandman

Interview with Australian composer Margaret Brandman
AnnaAugust 25th, 2016

Interview with a British composer Patrick Hawes

Patrick Hawes is an English composer who has made his mark as a torchbearer of the English musical tradition. He is best known for writing the Highgrove Suite for HRH Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, for being Composer-in-Residence at the UK’s largest biggest classical music station, Classic FM, and for the Number One album Angel. Patrick Hawes kindly consented to answer the questions for MOVING CLASSICS TV
AnnaAugust 15th, 2016

Learning creativity with Pablo Picasso

What can we learn from creative process of Pablo Picasso?
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USAUpperHandsPIanoOctober 4th, 2016
GermanyadminMay 24th, 2016

Musicians and Audience

Will the nature of the audience change the way musicians play? For whom does one play?

GermanyadminMay 9th, 2016

Understanding Music through Language?

How native language can influence musical compositions and if we need the knowledge about the language, e.g. German, in order to understand Mozart or Haydn?

GermanyadminApril 25th, 2016

Discover what keeps you going after 45…

Blog about inspirational power of hobbies

GermanyadminApril 21st, 2016

Can Music Scare? Music and Crime

Can music scare? Why some dissonant sound combinations frighten? Have you experienced the music compositions that would make us scared? How did you feel? Thank you for sharing your views! Looking forward to hearing your opinion and feedback!