Monday, May 25, 2009

May 18 Follow up

It is the final concert of our 2nd season!

You can view some photos

Monday, May 18, 2009

Monday, May 18

chamber music at the studio series
May Concert this coming Monday
the 18th at 8:00pm
music director
M a k s i m V e l i c h k i n

Dear friends,

Please, join us to celebrate the beginning of summer with Music and Art!

Warmly, Alexey

P.S. Congratulations to our own, Classical Underground fomented trio of Eduardo Delgado, David Chernyavsky and Serge Oskotsky on their fabulous recent performance at Disney Hall


(detailes to be announced during the concert)

Music of Joaquin Turina, G. Rossini, Jean Francaix, Ralph Vaughan Wiliams, F. Chopin, S. Rachmaninov, F. Poulenc, E. Bloch, I. Stravinsky, R. Strauss, E. Granados, A. Piazzolla.

Performed by:
Iren Arutyunyan (guitar)
Yulia Barsky (piano)
Allison Bjorkedal (harp)
Leo Chelyapov (clarinet)Alexei Gourevich (clarinet)
Tina Guo (cello)
Yin Yin Huang (piano)
Alexey Klyushnik (bass)
Sam McElroy (baritone)
Anastasia Nemirovich-Danchenko (piano)
Mikael Oganesyan (piano)
Tina Chang Qu (violin)Yana Reznik (piano)Harout Senekeremian (piano)
Alex Shlifer (violin)
Marissa Sorajia (violin)
Limor Toren (violin)
Maksim Velichkin (cello)
Ling Yan (cello)


focusing on a classical art form of serious contemporary representational art

It is a distinct pleasure to showcase a friend and one of my absolutely favorite living artists. If you still don't know Jeremy, you should, if you know of him, there is your chance to see his most recent work.

Jeremy Lipking "Skylar" oil on canvas 36" x 22"Following in footsteps of best masters of French Naturalist School, which I still prefer calling Realist School, Jeremy in many ways embodies the undeniable "figurative shift" in contemporary American art, championed by the dedicated search of an entire generation of young talents today.
His work has a rare quality of presence and authenticity, glancing at pensive, internalized characters caught in a twilight of their world and defined by delicately elegant, subtle value range, somewhat melancholic palette and exceptionally crafted forms, all making seeing his paintings an unabashed act of pleasure.
It is a true thrill to have a master of such rare ability among us, who contributes greatly to the excitement of our bubbling artistic dialog and helps making Los Angeles one of the most vibrant destinations in the most current exploration of Art's true frontiers.

Welcome to Classical Underground

It is close to the end of our second season - and it is about time to have our blog!
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