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.
Anna Sutyagina plays the composition by Ukranian composer Taras Yachshenko Great Dreamer – In Memory Of Ludwig II, King Of Bavaria-No.1/ Münchener Buch “Munich Book” The cycle “Munich book for piano”, dedicated to friends of the
Valzer Onirico (dreamy, unreal) can be understood as a soundtrack to a dream and to images and suggestions that the dream has left the composer (like a surreal dance suspended in the timeless dimension of the dream …). Paolo about his music: “Many
Two voices speak to you in this new piano composition by Angel Illarramendi. In this ambidextrous piece all notes have the same meaning. It is a highly sensitive process to hold the balance and coordination of the two intertwining voices that speak with transp
April 1, 2019
Anna Sutyagina plays new piano music by Polish contemporary composer Tomasz Kamieniak “Self-portrait as a dead bird”. Deep music with dark harmonies and epic ending. The title comes from the painting of Szymon Gdowicz.
March 29, 2019
Anna Sutyagina plays Modern Romantic Waltz in the style of Frederic Chopin by Jiri Laburda (b. 1931) (Czech Republic) This valse is taken from the set of romantic waltzes. In his early days as composer, Jiri Laburda devoted himself mostly to choral composition
March 22, 2019
Anna Sutyagina plays the original composition by Iranian composer Amir Alavi. His music has oriental flavour and rich flowing harmonies. It is like watching the sun beams in the trees – myriads of colors would open up to the eye of the beholder.. Contemp
March 15, 2019
Anna Sutyagina plays original composition by Italian neo-classical composer Stefano Casavecchia “The Suffering In The Illusion”. Read more about Stefano http://movingclassics.tv/classicpeople/stefano-casavecchia/ With his music he communicates spir
February 27, 2019
Anna Sutyagina (Artistic Director of MOVING CLASSICS TV) plays “Rainbow Hill” from the piano book “Songs from Rainbow Hill” by Ben Crosland. Read more about Ben here: http://movingclassics.tv/classicpeople/ben-crosland/ Moving Classics