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and 20th November
A Great Russian Pianist, an "Awesome Masterpiece"
Russian Pianist, Evgeny Starodubtsev,
Returns to Eelswamp
18th November, 6pm
20th November, 5pm
Evgeny Starodubtsev, piano
Evgeny is a graduate of piano and composition from Moscow Conservatory. His long list of wins at nternational piano competitions (at least 15 first prizes) began in 2004 with first prize at the International Piano Competition "Compositores de Espa'a", in Madrid. Since then, the list of first prizes is too extensive to list (never mind second and third prizes!). Here are a few from the last two years:
Pietro Argento Competition, Italy, July 2016
And many other prizes in competitions in Spain, Mexico, Canada, Greece, Lithuania, Poland, France, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Serbia amongst other countries.
Evgeny has performed at top venues such as
the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and the
Konzerthaus in Berlin. In addition to
being a champion prize fighter, according to
Andrey Gugnin, Evgeny is a very fine composer
and has composed many symphonic works.
Program: Friday, 18th November, 6pm
Medtner: Forgotten Melodies op. 40
Brahms: Four Piano Pieces op. 119
Beethoven: Two sonatas, one middle period, one late
1. Sonata 'quasi una fantasia', op.27 no.1
2. Sonata op. 109
1 C major: a tranquil pastoral and hymn-like fugue, saluting Bach's famous C major p and f.
2 A minor: pensive, animated prelude; Bach-like chorale fugue
3 G Major: rousing prelude; happy-go-lucky fugue
5 D major: gentle prelude with sweet theme followed agitated but jolly fugue
7 A major: short, bright prelude; the fugue is one of the most beautiful pieces in its genre
11 B major : chirpy prelude; jolly fugue
12 G sharp minor: majestic prelude in passacaglia form, jivey fugue in four parts
15 D flat major: wild, zany, prelude; chaotic, helter-skelter, fugue. One of the most famous, this number is a showpiece and often used as an encore.
17 A flat major: pastoral prelude, jaunty fugue
19 E flat major: majestic and then brooding prelude, menacing and then placated fugue
21 B flat major: lightning fast moto perpetuo prelude; staccato, bouncy dance fugue
24 D minor: the grand finale: majestic, dirge-like prelude which merges into the fugue building to a mighty climax
Reservations: 1,200 baht for one concert. 2,000 baht for both. Email email@example.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/2016/10/a-great-russian-pianist-awesome.html
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