Yanovskiy to perform in UWF faculty recital

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http://activeplaytherapies.com/?x=canada-meds-viagra Leonid Yanovskiy, professor and director of strings and orchestra at the University of West Florida,  will perform live in concert 7:30 p.m. Jan. 29 in the Center for Fine and Performing Arts Music Hall.

buy brand viagra Yanovskiy, an acclaimed violinist and conductor whose energetic performances have captivated many around the world, will play works from Beethoven, Schubert and others. Having received degrees from the Moscow Gnessin Academy of Music in Russia, a doctorate in musical arts from Rutgers University, and studied at the American Conservatoire at Fontenbleau in France, Yanovskiy uses his musical interpretation as reasoning for picking these particular musical pieces.

follow site “I chose these two pieces because they raise questions of life and death,” Yanovskiy said. “It’s about human mortality and immortality. They deal with core issues like life and nostalgia for life.

source “It’s almost like they (Beethoven, Schubert) are talking to us from the other side already because they’re halfway there.”

Stemming from his previous experiences teaching at the Moscow Gnessin Academy of Music, serving as principal violinist with the Moscow Chamber Orchestra, and even instructing at UWF, he recalls instructions that he would give.

“Any musical piece is a story, I tell my students you have a story to convey,” Yanovskiy said.

During the Monday concert, that’s just what he plans to do as he is joined by UWF alumni and pianist, Botlon Ellenberg. Yanovskiy gave insight on collaborating with Ellenberg, and the amount of time it took to prepare for the concert.

“I’m playing for the first time with a pianist, a former student who is back in Pensacola,” he said. “We started rehearsing in the summer, with breaks in between due to weather emergencies. All together, we’ve had several weeks and we’re ready.”

While most people might be anxious at the thought of appearing on the UWF Music Hall stage to perform for the first time with someone, Yanovskiy has a different outlook.

“It’s always interesting to see what happens when two people who have never played together get on stage for the first time,”, he said. “It will be a surprise for both of us, and for the audience as well, which is what makes this so great. Music is the art of conversation, and this conversation will take place in front of an audience”.

The concert is free and open to the public, but tickets are required and can be retrieved at the entrance of the Music Hall.