Project "Sounding Canvases. Aivazovsky" Organ, duduk, saxophone and trumpet Automatic translate
Евангелическо-Лютеранский Кафедральный собор св. Петра и Павла
Старосадский пер., 7
Thursday, November 3, 8 p.m.
Organ, duduk, saxophone and trumpet. These four instruments, like a rainbow of tones, are able to cover the entire sound palette of mountain elements. And create a miracle effect worthy of the brush of the great painters.
Project “Sounding Canvases. Aivazovsky
Organ, duduk, saxophone and trumpet
Duration - 75 minutes
The sea is so changeable that the human eye is not able to capture its inconstancy. It would seem that the moment stopped by the camera should, due to its objectivity, leave the painter’s imagination far behind. But everything happens exactly the opposite. The best pictures are not able to convey a sense of beauty and power, subject to the brush of the artist. Of course, provided that the artist is a genius. Such as Ivan Aivazovsky. Meeting his paintings, as if you hear the sound of waves, you feel the salinity of splashes on your face… The melody of the sea, in all the richness of its timbres, sounds in Aivazovsky’s canvases. So, over the centuries, the sounds of eternity recorded by great composers live. Their excited appeal to us. Revived sounds, animated paintings… They are about one. After all, the main essence of creativity is to capture the pulse of life…
Organ, duduk, saxophone and trumpet. These four instruments, like a rainbow of timbres, are able to cover the entire sound palette of the sea elements. And create a miracle effect worthy of the brush of Ivan Aivazovsky.
Sand animation master Liliya Chistina
Khosrov Manukyan Armenian duduk
Yuri Tashtamirov saxophone
Natalya Letiuk organ
Rosmurat Arnakuliev Germany trumpet
Program: I.S. Bach, S. Frank, J. Gershwin, A. Piazzolla, E. Morricone
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