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01 July 2012 y.
After 17 years Martin Piecuch is in Krasnoyarsk again
The Music director and a conductor of the U.S. Congressional Philharmonic Society Martin Piecuch will perform at the Krasnoyarsk State Academy of Music and Theatre within the III Krasnoyarsk International Music Festival of Asian-Pacific Region.
The recital of the duet from the United States - Martin Piecuch (flute, saxophone) and Regan Ryzuk (piano) will take place on July 1, 2012 at 19:00 in the Maly hall of the Krasnoyarsk State Academy of Music and Theatre (Lenin St., 22).
The concert program will include jazz arrangements of the works by Bach, Tchaikovsky, works by E. Villa-Lobos, A. Piazzolla, P. Murray, H.Fernandes and even by a little-known to the wide public Soviet composer Gregory Kalinkovich.
In addition, Martin Piecuch, besides the saxophone, masterfully plays the clarinet, flute, bassoon and oboe. He was the first American participant of the II International Music Festival of the Asian-Pacific region.
During his career, Martin Piecuch has conducted more than 800 operas and 25 musicals. Many of them are the most popular works of this genre not only in the U.S., but all around the world.
Most of the creative season Martin Piecuch works with symphony orchestras. He has formed the international staff of the Washington Symphony Orchestra. Musicians from the Czech Republic, Ukraine and Russia work together with American performers in this orchestra.