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15th, 16th and 17th February 2019




Three journeys - 3 concerts in February


Ilya Kondratiev, piano and Erzhan Kulibaev, violin


Friday 15th, Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th February

  


Ilya Kondratiev, piano

Recently awarded the Beethoven Medal by the Beethoven Piano Society of Europe




Erzhan Kulibaev, violin

“Dressed elegantly in black, with a Stradivarius in his left hand, the young Kazak violinist, with a strong sound that swirled around each member of the audience, shone with an outstanding technique and convincing and emotional peformance of Tchaikovsky to finish with a standing ovation....” (La Nacion)

  Erzhan plays Stradivarius “Rode” 1722 courtesy of the Maggini Foundation

Programs:
Friday, 15th February, 6pm
Erzhan plays Paganini

Journey no. 1 Paganini, 24 Caprices for Violin, Opus 1


Saturday, 16th February, 5pm

Ilya plays solo: Two Journeys, Liszt and Schubert

 

Sunday, 17th February, 5pm
Ilya and Erzhan together: violin and piano

Prokofiev and Mozart


Reservations: 1,200 baht for one concert. 2,000 baht for two, 2,900 for three in the same series.
Email asiachart@hotmail.com  or call 038 069681 office hours. Due to limited number of places payment must be received before the day.

For more information: https://eelswamp.blogspot.com/2019/01/three-journeys-3-concerts-in-february.html




8th, 10th March 2019




Andrey Gugnin's Sixth Orbit


Friday, 8th March at 6pm and Sunday, 10th March at 5pm




Andrey Gugnin, piano


Winner of 2014 Gina Bachauer Competition

Winner of 2016 Sydney International Piano Competition

"Gugnin's nervy, energised and involved playing... made him the clear winner." - Peter McCallum, Sydney Morning Herald 24 July 2016


"A thoroughly compelling performance." Dominic Lowe, Bachtrack, commenting on Gugnin's appearance with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, January 2018 

"What really impressed was Gugnin’s assurance – his absorbed, crystalline playing – so by the cadenza ... you were beguiled by a flawless technique." David Truslove, Classicalsource.com, commenting on the LPO perofrmance, January 2018



Programs:
Friday, 10th March, 6pm

Bach and Beethoven
Bach – Rachmaninoff Partita in E major
Bach-Busoni – Prelude and Fugue in D Major BWV 532 - 12 minutes
Bach Partita in C minor BWV 826 
Beethoven Sonata no. 21 in C major op. 53, 'Waldstein'

 
Sunday, 10th March, 5pm

Slavic composers
Tchaikovsky "Dumka"  in c minor, op. 59 - quintessential Russian melodies
Scriabin Sonata No. 2 in G sharp minor, op. 19 - an early, romantic, work.
Stravinsky – Agosti Three fragments from the ballet, 'Firebird' 
Chopin  4 Mazurkas op.17. 
Prokofiev, Sonata no. 7 in B flat major, op. 83 - the middle of the three 'War Sonatas', written in 1942


Reservations: 1,200 baht for one concert. 2,000 baht for two in the same series.
Email asiachart@hotmail.com  or call 038 069681 office hours. Due to limited number of places payment must be received before the day.

For more information: http://eelswamp.blogspot.com/2019/03/
















Presentation from the Human Help Network to which Pattaya Classical Music recently made a donation.

                                                                                                 








Silpakorn String Orchestra Concert - PATTAYA
https://youtu.be/cLYTdWVhazw


















Pattaya Classical Music donated 20,000 baht to Kate's Project, which helps needy children in Pattaya buy school uniforms.





Pattaya Classical Music donates 25,000 baht to the Hand to Hand Foundation
with proceeds from the recent Thailand Philharmonic Concert