Monday, May 17, 2010

May 17 programme

May 17, 2010
Where Arts Rule
Fine art showcase and classical music showcase with video and audio recordings.

We are most grateful to our supportive friends at Steinway Piano Gallery West Hollywood for graciously providing us with their incomparable instrument.

Wise comments by music critic Laurence Vittes


Johannes Brahms, Quartet in g-minor, Op. 25 for Piano, Violin, Viola and Violoncello
3rd Mov. Andante Con Moto
4th Mov. Rondo Alla Zingarese

Yuliya Barsky (piano)
David Chernyavsky (violin)
Jonathan Moerschel (viola)
Natalia Margulis (cello)

Vincenzo Bellini "oh! quante volte" from opera The Capulets and the Montagues

Oxana Senina (soprano)
Anya Ivanova (piano)

Robert Schumann From: Albumbl├Ątter op. 124
1. Impromptu
2. Leides Ahnung
3. Scherzino
4. Valse
5. Phantasietanz
6. Wiegenliedchen

Toccata op. 7 in C major

Jura Margulis (piano)


Joseph Bodin de Boismortier Sonata in G Major, Opus 50 No 2

Armen Ksajikian (cello)
Natalia Margulis (cello)

Two songs by Chopin
Three songs by Vadim Kozin

Quiet Day

Timur Bekbosunov (tenor)
Eduardo Delgado (piano)

Frederic Chopin Ballade No. 2 Op. 38 in F minor (dedicated to Robert Schumann)
Polonaise Op. 53 in A-flat major (Heroique)

Jura Margulis (piano)


Classical Underground Fine Art Showcase


It is historically a rarest and most exciting experience in the art world to witness the development of a true artistic movement, particularly when it happens in an authentically underground, "unsanctioned" by the official establishment of the day manner. Yet, despite all the tribulations of our moment in time and maybe even because of them, this is exactly what we are fortunate to be part of today and especially here in LA.

Josh, oil 16" X 10"

Moroccan Friends, oil 36" X 24"

It is an absolute pleasure to welcome Ignat, a wonderful friend and one of the most promising "young guns" of the newly vibrant and current figurative realist art in America whose wonderful and thoughtful head studies in particular give a fresh and much-welcomed joy of reveling the act of a true art-making.

Steinway - D Sound of Classical Underground!

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