Musical universities for adults in the Nizhny Tagil Philharmonic Automatic translate
Nizhny Tagil. The Philharmonic Academy began work with the performance of Grieg’s suite, Peer Gynt.
Interest in classical music, the need for regular listening to it do not materialize from the air, do not appear as a result of someone deflated directives. Its presence in the life of a child, and subsequently an adult, seems to many circumstances to be much less essential and mandatory than the study of literacy or the foundations of mathematics. Children’s passes - the traditional format of music education - are not always available. As a result, a huge layer of culture that can enrich spiritually and heal physically remains unclaimed. However, to correct this situation is not too late at any age.
The project “Philharmonic Academy”, proposed by the Nizhny Tagil Philharmonic, is an attempt to acquaint in an exciting form the wonderful world of classical music. Delicately, without forcing, without scaring off terms too complicated for neophytes. The Demidov-Kamerata Orchestra, conductor Vladimir Kapkan and presenter Nadezhda Yemasheva volunteered to accompany future music lovers on their most interesting journey.
The first “lesson” of the Academy, on October 15, was dedicated to the Ed Grieg Suite “Peer Gynt”, written once for a theatrical production at the request of Henrik Ibsen. From an applied musical illustration to the story of the long-term wanderings of the village guy Peer Gynt and the devotion of his eternal lover Solveig, it grew into a beloved by the public, often performed, independent work. Two suites for a symphony orchestra. The need for such projects is very high, because there is hope that the situation with music education should change over time. The program of the first season is designed for four evenings and will be devoted to the popular works of Grieg, Haydn, Mozart.
Elena Tanakova © Gallerix.ru
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