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Amadeus Concerts Co Presents Organ vs. Balalaika in Saint Petersburg
5.10.2019 18:37
Amadeus Concerts Co Presents Organ vs. Balalaika in Saint Petersburg

The world's largest and most sophisticated music instrument will be rivaled with the three-stringed Russian  balalaika

      Amadeus Concerts company aims at destroying the stereotypes about academic music and the impossibility of the coexistence of its European traditions with Russian folk music. The idea of ​​combining an organ and a balalaika in one concert seems like a fool’s errand, and this is why such a concert is a must for anyone who wants to open up new musical horizons.

      The main surprise of the concert is a live performance on the balalaika, the abilities of which can surprise even experienced music lovers. The virtuoso playing on the Russian folk instrument will be complemented with a majestic organ. It sounds particularly sophistication in the interior of the largest Lutheran church of Saint Petersburg.

Where: Petrikirche Church at the address 22-24, Nevsky Prospect, Saint Petersburg.

      When: at 7 pm on October 6, 2019.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Concerts in Saint Petersburg Organ Music Concerts Balalaika Russian Music  

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