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Amazing melodiousness, rich melodic characteristics and impulsiveness. That are the words which we often use to describe a Russian music. Listening to it is a real pleasure because of its tunefulness and rhythm. So visit the Philharmonic on the Ołowianka Island and enjoy not only the Russian music. Concert Moscow in Gdansk – March, the 22nd at 7:00 pm. You are welcome!

Wonderful violinist and conductor, the legend of the Russian music Eduard Gracz will be perform especially for the Tricity audience. He is said to be the most active of Russian musicians not without reason. He will conduct the wonderful Orchestra of Polish Baltic Philharmonic with Maestro Massilimiliano Caldi. Three amazing violinist from East will be accompanied them.

During the concert Moscow in Gdansk we will hear three masterpieces. First of them is Valse-fantaisie in h minor by Michail Glinka. Glinka is said to be the creator of the national Russian opera. He joined folk tradition and those days trends of European music together. His Valse is a real amazing masterpiece which can take music lovers to charming world of Russia from the XIX century.

One of the most beautiful and most known composition in the world is Violin Concerto in D major Op. 35 by Peter Tchaikovsky. It is similar to romantic solo concert – it has three parts and rich melodic characteristics. It connect melodiousness with lyrical atmosphere. Because of technical difficulties that piece of music is a big challenge for soloist.

Crown of the evening and outcome of one of the best friendship in life of composer Carl Szymanowski is Violin Concerto No. 1 Op. 35. He wrote it when visited Kresy Wchodnie. In that time he was inspired by Paweł Kochański and he dedicated this concert to him. It is good example of sound as extraordinary as a firework. It is compound by dialogues soloist and orchestra. Elements of sentimental atmosphere are mixed with pathetic one