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12 October 2014 y.

Talented pianists from the Asia-Pacific region performed at the Music Festival in Krasnoyarsk

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A piano concert called «Gala Piano» united performances of both ascending stars and already having won recognition in the world of classical music pianists from Mexico, Japan, Korea, the Philippines and Russia. The participants of the project twice presented their art at the IV International Music Festival of the Asia-Pacific region. One concert was held in the Krasnoyarsk College of Arts names after P.I.Ivanov-Radkevich. Another one was held in the Small Concert Hall of the Regional Philharmonic Society.
The public appreciated the brilliant technique and individual style of each performer and the peculiarities of the national piano schools of different countries. The concert program included masterpieces of the world classics: the works by Chopin, Liszt, Tchaikovsky. Stravinsky and Prokofiev. Each artiste represented his interpretation of classical works. In addition, the participants of the project «Gala Piano» acquainted the public with their native musical culture, performing piano compositions by the composers of their countries.
"For me the participation in such grand international festival is a great honor and a huge responsibility. I do represent the culture of my country here. I am also very glad to have this lucky chance to perform with such high level musicians - participants of the project «Gala Piano». It is very interesting to meet and get new experiences, listening to the best performers from different countries ", - said a young pianist from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea Pak Kwon s.
The presenter and curator of concerts «Gala Piano», Doctor of Art history, Professor Lyudmila Gavrilova said: "The audience witnessed a unique event of a dialogue between people from different countries in one international language, the name of which is Music."
The Festival of the Asia-Pacific region will last in Krasnoyarsk till July, 4