Artistic Director Moving Classics TV, Pianist
Music has the emotional power to deeply dive into different times, different parts of the world or in personal stories. In my “World Piano Journey” concert series that started with Russia two week ago you could listen to the famous “Russian Soul” in th
Call for Composers for solo piano“PianoVariations on Themes by Ennio A. Paola (Comets & Shadows)”under the direction of pianist Anna Sutyagina founder MOVING CLASSICS TV satiE obsessionS” 2022 Submission Guidelines 1.&nb
In June 2021 Anna Sutyagina released her new CD – Going for legendary music – new piano arrangements of famous melodies. https://cutt.ly/JQFVhC3 10 beautiful melodies of well- known songs or arias from opera arranged as piano version for easy lis
Davide Remigio Quaternary music – this composition is based only on 4 notes. This music remindes of spring music – the rush of new life and new energy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6Za1emGCFU Vincenzo Sylvestris „Unisono“ – the unisono sound of pi
I would love to share with you 5 modern piano compositions. In recent years, love of nature and concern for the environment influenced many works of living composers. Here are some of my favorite compositions that are pianistically well written and enjoyable t
If you are searching for modern piano music compositions, here are my three suggestions. 1. Rob Costlow – Not alone – Inspiring piano composition with a remarkable melody, a true ear worm. In the new age style. 2. Modern romantic waltz – R
Jennifer Thomas „Etude for a Dreamer” This composition appears in the Jennifer Thomas (USA) „Illuminations“ album. This etude was inspired by Frederic Chopin’s Etude No. 12 in C Minor, Op.25. It can be described as the original combination of
You’ve recently started offering “proof-playing” services to composers. What prompted you to do this, and how may composers reach you if they’re interested in hiring you to do this for them? “Many years of experience of communication
„Satie Obsessions“ is a piano collaborative project featuring the variations on the theme from Erik Satie’s Gymnopedie No. 2. The idea came from Kris Lennox in March. His suggestion was to create a modern Hexameron i.e many composers collaborating, and
Uncertainty was yesterday, today is chaos”. This was the title of an article that I read last week in the Harvard Business Review. Does the increasing complexity in life have an influence on the way the composers of today write music?
I have known Piotr Lachert for 3 years, and he was one of the biggest influences on my understanding of music and piano playing. In fact, he was the first to introduce me into the world of new music. I met him in Facebook, I think he commented on my „C
Essay about musicians and emotions, the role of music in increasing empathy, the reputation of musicians being highly sensitive, thoughts on creative mind, chills, empathy exercises
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