Re:Formers Music Marathon at Scriabin Museum | Events | Moscow Seasons
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November 24
3:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Re:Formers Music Marathon at Scriabin Museum

Scriabin Memorial Museum hosts a music marathon within Re:Formers Contemporary Classics Festival. It aims to introduce the audience to music performed on rare musical instruments, and to show how music combines with other arts — painting, literature and others.

At 03:00 pm, enjoy the 'Sensitivity in Harmony' concert. Maria Nemtsova (piano) and Vitaly Vatulya (saxophone) will perform selected pieces by Jean-Philippe Rameau, a Piano Suite by Claude Debussy and a Sonata for saxophone and piano by Jean-Denis Michat.

'Between the Lines' concert to start at 04:30 pm will feature Vitaly Vatulya performing works by composers of the 20th century — Jacob ter Veldhuis, Steve Reich, Karen Tanaka and Will Gregory — on saxophone accompanied by electronics.

The third marathon's concert, 'Harawi', starts at 06:00 pm. Maria Ostroukhova (soprano) and Alexander Shaikin (piano) will perform vocal series 'Harawi: Song of Love and Death' based on Olivier Messiaen's poems, featuring Peruvian folklore.

At the final 'Question Without Answer' concert, guests will hear pieces by contemporary Croatian composers performed by Gordan Tudor (saxophone) and  Ivan Batoš (piano). Concert starts at 07:30 pm.

Tickets to concerts 'Sensitivity in Harmony', 'Between the Lines, 'Harawi' and 'Question Without Answer' are available on the Scriabin Museum's website

Scriabin Memorial Museum hosts a music marathon within Re:Formers Contemporary Classics Festival. It aims to introduce the audience to music performed on rare musical instruments, and to show how music combines with other arts — painting, literature and others.

At 03:00 pm, enjoy the 'Sensitivity in Harmony' concert. Maria Nemtsova (piano) and Vitaly Vatulya (saxophone) will perform selected pieces by Jean-Philippe Rameau, a Piano Suite by Claude Debussy and a Sonata for saxophone and piano by Jean-Denis Michat.

'Between the Lines' concert to start at 04:30 pm will feature Vitaly Vatulya performing works by composers of the 20th century — Jacob ter Veldhuis, Steve Reich, Karen Tanaka and Will Gregory — on saxophone accompanied by electronics.

The third marathon's concert, 'Harawi', starts at 06:00 pm. Maria Ostroukhova (soprano) and Alexander Shaikin (piano) will perform vocal series 'Harawi: Song of Love and Death' based on Olivier Messiaen's poems, featuring Peruvian folklore.

At the final 'Question Without Answer' concert, guests will hear pieces by contemporary Croatian composers performed by Gordan Tudor (saxophone) and  Ivan Batoš (piano). Concert starts at 07:30 pm.

Tickets to concerts 'Sensitivity in Harmony', 'Between the Lines, 'Harawi' and 'Question Without Answer' are available on the Scriabin Museum's website

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