Tver News / Culture "Citizen. Tver », 13.04.2010,

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Bach tells us: "Good-bye!"

Delivered ... Symphony Orchestra of the highest craftsmanship and superior taste - "Russian Philharmonic" under the control of an outstanding musician, People's Artist of Russia, laureate of international competitions, prize winner of the Moscow professor of Maxim Fedotov. Soloists Maxim Fedotov (violin), Honored Artist of Russia Galina Petrov (piano) and Peter Fedotov (violin). Talented musical dynasty Fedotov - Petrov Tver crowd welcomed a standing ovation.

In the first part sounded Double Concerto for Two Violins and Orchestra Bach, performed by string orchestra group, Maxim Fedotov and the young violinist Petr Fedotov. As part of the string of young musicians, laureates of international competitions, Rodion Petrov, Andrei Provotorov, Peter separately, Valery Chepizhny.

The audience enthusiastically applauded the skill, beauty and nobility of sound instinct ensemble of actors. How serious and expressive Fedotov was Peter! C M W student at the Moscow Conservatory with 12 years of age. He is engaged in the class of the famous musician, Professor Edward Gratch. Strengths of the young talent is clear: a bright musicality and richness of the sound palette, free and inspiring style of play. Bach Y.Bramsa by definition - is the whole world, beautiful, joyful, full of "the deepest thoughts and strong feelings." And Pete Fedotov, and the string group, and of course the maestro Maxim Fedotov managed not only to penetrate into this world, but also to bring Bach's attitude to the audience.

On the stage of Philharmonic Hall, perhaps the first time in Tver, a concert was performed by French composer Ernest Chausson Piano, Violin and Strings. Sophisticated lyrics and dreamy compositions, exquisite artistry, passion, brilliant technique, stunning beauty and softness of playing the violin Maxim Fedotov, delighted the audience. Piano performed by Galina Petrova, showing a harmonious combination of musicality and virtuosity, impeccable sense of ensemble and style.

The program of the second part sounded "Roman Carnival" by Hector Berlioz's "Afternoon of a Faun Dream" by Claude Debussy, "Bolero" by Maurice Ravel. Encore = "Waltz" from Aram Khachaturian's music to the drama of Mikhail Lermontov's "Masquerade". Emotions overwhelmed the audience, the hall exploded with delight. The audience gave a standing ovation, shouting "Bravo." A Maxim Fedotov smiled and bowed to the audience. Beautiful, graceful, brilliant.

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