Join us for an evening of Classical and Balkan Folk Music performed by some of the foremost young professional musicians in London, winners of International music competitions.
When: Wednesday 25 February 2015, 7.30pm. Where: St Marks Church, Hamilton Terrace, NW8 9UT, London. Admission: £15 (£10 conc.).
Evelyne Berezovsky (piano), Srdjan Vuksinovich (accordion), Felix Froshhammer (violin), Michael Petrov (cello) and Tashko Tasheff (double bass) present works by Bach, Rachmaninoff and Bartok followed by Balkan Music.
Bach: Concerto in D minor (arranged for piano and accordion);
Rachmaninoff: Variations on a theme of Corelli (piano solo);
Bartok: Six Romanian Dances (arranged for piano, violin and double base);
Rachmaninoff: Suite No.2 (arranged for piano and accordion);
Rachmaninoff: Trio Elegiaque No.1 in G-minor (piano, violin, cello);
Brahms: Hungarian Dances (accordion);
Balkan Music (accordion, piano, violin, cello, double bass).
Le Monde about Evelyne Berezovsky: “a huge temperament, dazzling technique and a heart to match”
Die Welte about Michael Petrov: “he has his audience hooked from the very first note….it’s all there: a meltingly warm, smooth tone, an easy virtuosity, a captivating musical temperament and a direct eloquence, as if speaking through his instrument.”
Neue Musikzeitung about Felix Froschhammer: “from the first tone until the final chord the audience was captured by the outstanding force of his technical skills and natural instinct for the music.“
Neue Musikzeitung about Srdjan Vukasinovic: “…is one of the most sought-after virtuosos of the accordion. Moving effortlessly between Balkan, tango, and classical music, he provides pure listening pleasure”