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Famous Petersburg pianist Stanislav Chigadaev will perform Vivaldi’s cycle “Seasons” in an authorial jazz arrangement for piano solo.
It is worth noting that the Vivaldi series of concerts “The Seasons” is almost three centuries old, or rather 295 years from the date of writing, but it is still one of the most performed on world stages. Each concert (and a total of 4) corresponds to one season. It is divided into three parts (three months of each season). Each of the concerts is accompanied by a sonnet. In general, the content of the cycle is much richer than just a musical description of natural changes.
Vivaldi was able to masterfully portray the summer heat and piercing winter cold, rural life, the barking of dogs, the singing of birds, hunters sleeping drunk after the holiday, and Borei (the personification of the northern stormy wind) refers us to Greek mythology!
Graduate student of the St. Petersburg State Conservatory N. A. Rimsky-Korsakova, laureate of prestigious All-Russian, international classical competitions, Stanislav Chigadaev is the leader of the jazz trio Good Evening, which includes Grigory Voskoboinik (double bass) and Petr Mikheev (drums). The trio performs in the Small Hall of the Philharmonic, the Mariinsky Theater, the White Hall of the Polytechnic University, the Russian Museum. A duet with vibraphonist Pavel Chizhik appeared relatively recently, but during this time the musicians managed to establish themselves as extraordinary innovators. Stanislav collaborates with many orchestras and tours both in Russia and abroad. Eclectic thinking, emotionality and freedom of manifestation of musical thought are the hallmarks of a musician’s improvisation. At different times he worked with such musicians as Andrea Bocelli, Nigel Kennedy, Vasily Gerello, Alyona Petrovskaya, with conductors: Fabio Mastrangelo, Alim Shakhmametiev, Igor Ponomarenko, Alexei Vasiliev.
Beginning at 19 hours.
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