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The program of the jazz party with Vladimir Feiertag will be performed by outstanding St. Petersburg musicians - Alexander Maslov, Nika Melnikova, Ivan Myasnikov and Pavel Chizhik.
The compositions of Glinka, Tchaikovsky and Sviridov will be played in the original jazz arrangements by Alexander Maslov.
The trio of Alexander Maslov is a collective of famous St. Petersburg musicians who performs famous classical works in jazz processing. It consists of: Alexander Maslov (piano, arrangements), Ivan Myasnikov (double bass), Pavel Chizhik (drums, vibraphone). The team regularly performs on the best stages of St. Petersburg and other cities of Russia. In 2017, the first album Between Classics & Jazz was released, which included jazz compositions by Beethoven, Schumann, Borodin, Glinka and Tchaikovsky.
Laureate of international competitions Nika Melnikova, a graduate of the St. Petersburg Conservatory (class of T. M. Zagorovskaya), began her concert activity at the age of 10. Her performances in Munich from 2001 to 2007 were broadcast by the Bavarian Radio. Solo and as part of a chamber ensemble performs in the best halls of Russia and abroad: in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Holland, Greece, Croatia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania. She participated in international festivals in Tallinn (Estonia), Vilnius (Lithuania), Amsterdam (Holland), in Rheingau and Marktoberdorf (Germany), Stars of the White Nights and International Conservatory Week in St. Petersburg.
Nika Melnikova (piano)
Alexander Maslov (piano)
Ivan Myasnikov (double bass)
Pavel Chizhik (drums, vibraphone)
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