This program is an opportunity to discover the wonderful music of the unknown first Russian classical music composer.
Luigi Madonis, a disciple of Vivaldi, became one of the foremost Russian composers.
Whilst researching, with the help of a musician colleague, the original works of Russian composers for the programme of the first Yuri Yankelevitch international competition (which I founded and which took place in Omsk in Siberia in 2009), I discovered scores which had been kept for several centuries in the Saint-Petersburg library. The latter consisted of a collection of 12 ‘symphonies’ by Luigi Madonis, published in 1738 in Saint-Petersburg and dedicated to the Empress Anna. These are sonatas for the violin and bass, which are among the earliest scores of music ever printed in Russia. There remain only 2 examples in good condition… His contemporaries considered Madonis to be a virtuoso – a master of his art.
In preparing the recording of the 12 Sonatas by Madonis with my great partner, cembalist Zvi Meniker.
Aleksandra Dzenisenia presents belarusian cimbalom with a solo pieces written by Belarusian composers: Viktor Voïtsik, Andrey Tsalko, Valéry Zhivalevsky and Viktor Kopitsko.
The program introduce the different techniques and styles of music for cimbalom written between 1950 and nowadays.
Στο Φεστιβάλ Θρησκευτικής Μουσικής Πάτμου τηρούνται μέτρα για την αντιμετώπιση του COVID-19
- Ο χώρος απολυμαίνεται καθημερινώς.
- Στους χώρους υπάρχει αντισηπτικό αλκοολούχο διάλυμα 70%.