June 13, 2019
Anna Sutyagina plays Piano Piece 4 by Austrian composer Martin Anton Schmid. This composition is based on a continuously floating ostinato that melts with the light and soft melodic theme to a pending sound. Despite of the ease of this work, it spreads a sense
June 7, 2019
Inspiring piano music with beautiful melody by contemporary composer. Anna Sutyagina plays a new piano composition by Nikolas Sideris “Nightingale” If you want to discover more, here is the interview and information about Nikolas Sideris. http://mo
May 31, 2019
Anna Sutyagina plays a prelude nr. 2 by Columbian composer John Tellez – discover more about him http://movingclassics.tv/classicpeople/johntellez/ John about his prelude: “This prelude is in ternary form (A-B-A1) and possesses a big influence of m
May 24, 2019
Anna Sutyagina plays a new composition by Tiziano Bedetti “Preludio Romantico”. “Preludio Romantico” is an inner diary, where memories, lived moments, feelings, places and people appear. The piece written in the December 2018, is dedica
May 10, 2019
Did you feel the mystery of your secret place as a child where the world was safe and you had spent hours dreaming about the future? As the time goes by, we still need our „secret place“ to retain this feeling of harmony with the world where we feel good a
May 3, 2019
Beautiful contemporary piano composition „Lavender Field“ by a Japanese versatile composer Karen Tanaka. Imagine weaving colour and scent with sounds. The music has subtle harmonies and it appears out of silence and disappears into space at the end.
April 26, 2019
Modern romantic composition „Zephyr“ by a British contemporary jazz pianist and composer Neil Cowley. „Zephyr“ is inspired by the Greek god of the west wind: the gentlest of the winds, the fructifying wind, the messenger of spring and flowers.
April 26, 2019
Anna Sutyagina plays the composition by Jesse Brown “Unfair Grounds”. Jesse Brown is a teacher, pianist and composer from Canada. Read his insightful interview with Moving Classics TV here: http://movingclassics.tv/classicpeople/jessebrown/ This co
April 16, 2019
The original composition “Words of Amber” was written by Olafur Arnalds in Ravenna, in Italy. He got inspired by an unusually good grand piano so that he spent the whole day writing on it. It has beautiful wistful harmonies and sensual clarity.