Anna Heller plays prelude the Earth by Ieva Dubova from her piano cycle “10 Preludes” 10 Preludes are inspired by Scriabin’s works around the mystic chord and synthetic scale. They create textures and explore internal senses to evoke the beauty of art and nature, and transcend the temporal.
Ieva Dubova is a Latvian pianist and composer known for her experimental, new age approach to classical music and collaborative work. Dubova draws inspiration from a wide selection of music, from folk to baroque to modern, as well as classical composers such as Avro Part, Peteris Vasks and Erik Satie and Claude Debussy. The Latvian pianist has described the process of making music as a safe space that allows her to disengage from the world and immerse herself in the joy of creation.
Read more about the composer here: https://movingclassics.tv/classicpeople/leva-dubova/