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Solo concert of the legendary pianist Alexey Lyubimov
Solo concert of the legendary pianist Alexey Lyubimov
geo Nikogosyan cultural foundation
date 19/03/2024 19:00
price Price from - AMD 10,000.00

Solo concert of the legendary pianist Alexey Lyubimov

🎉Virtuoso pianist and musician Alexey Lyubimov invites you to an unforgettable solo concert in the chamber, cozy “Nikolay Nikogosyan Cultural Foundation” art space. The great musician not only revives the classics with his performance, giving them new shades and depth but also puts his passion and virtuosity into the playing of modern music!
📅 Date: March 19
🕢 Time: 19:00
📍 Location: Saryan 19–21
☎️ +374 91 844241 (Viber, WhatsApp)
🎼 In the program:
🎶A. Mozart (1756–1791) - Sonata No. 14 in C minor, K. 457, in three parts
 🎶V. Silvestrov (b. 1937) - Nostalgia (2001), dedicated. Leonid Grabovsky
 🎶T. Mansuryan (b. 1939) - Lullaby (2023), in memory of Ashot Zohrabyan
 🎶A. Pärt (b. 1935) - Variations on Arinushka's recovery (1977)
 🎶Komitas (1869–1935) - Children's plays, No. 7 and 12 from the cycle (1910–1915)
 🎶I. Brahms (1833–1897) - Six pieces op.118 (two intermezzo-ballad-intermezzo-romance-intermezzo)
  🎶 F. Chopin (1810–1849) - Waltz op.64/2 in C sharp minor; Barcarolle op.60.

🎵 Alexey Lyubimov is one of the brightest and most creative Russian pianists, who played a huge role in promoting both old and modern music in the territory of the former USSR and abroad. He is a People's Artist of the Russian Federation (2003) and a laureate of many international competitions. M. V. Yudina had a great influence on the formation of Lyubimov as a musician. Immediately after graduating from the Moscow State Conservatory with G. Neuhaus and L. Naumov, he began teaching work and was an assistant professor at the Moscow State Conservatory in the chamber ensemble class. In 1997, he created and headed the Faculty of Historical and Contemporary Performing Arts in collaboration with N. Gutman and N. Kozhukhar and was the dean of this faculty until 2010. Since 1998, he has been a professor at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg.
Lyubimov is a performer of an unusually wide range, his repertoire includes almost the entire arsenal from ancient to modern music, as well as experience in electronic and rock music. He is one of the world's largest specialists in performing on historical claviers.