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Concerts of Bulgarian musicians in Moscow
Fedotova Valeriya Nikolaevna

PhD in Art History

Senior Scientific Associate, State Institute of Art Studies

120090, Russia, Moscow, Troitskaya Street 9, building #1

valerf@list.ru
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Abstract.

The article is a review of the concerts of Bulgarian musicians in Moscow. The author mentions the concerts of musicians, well-known in Europe and the USA, - Stefan Dragostinov and his folklore band, instrumental trio of the Vladigerovs, and a violinist Pavel Minaev. The author gives brief characteristics of the performance by the pianist Victoria Vassilenko, the singers Marianna Tsvetkova and Maria Zhekova. The review is focused on the concert of the singer Plamen Beykov and the pianist Bozhena Petrova “Shostakovich. The afterword” with a subtitle “Shostakovich, Michelangelo and Dostoyevsky in music, poems and images”, presented as a multimedia project. The author uses the historical method and the method of the study of art, which help analyze the performance of the late compositions of Shostakovich by the Bulgarian musicians. They performed these compositions in Moscow for the first time. Special attention is given to the use of an innovative multimedia format of the concert using demonstrative materials from the works of Michelangelo Buonarrotti, Dostoyevsky’s and Shostakovich’s drawings. This approach allows extend the capabilities of the modern performers’ interpretation of the music of the 20th century. 

Keywords: Richard Strauss, Marianna Tsvetkova, Boris Christoff, interpretation , multimedia project , Plamen Beykov, Dostoyevsky, Michelangelo Buonarrotti sonnets , Shostakovich the afterword , Bulgarian music performance

DOI:

10.7256/2453-613X.2016.4.23162

Article was received:

23-08-2017


Review date:

08-06-2017


Publish date:

09-09-2017


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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Akopyan L. O. Dmitrii Shostakovich: opyt fenomenologicheskogo analiza. Spb, 2004. 474 s.