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Ludwig van Beethoven
Violin Concerto, Op. 61
Symphony No. 7, Op, 92 (1812)

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From the “wildest Russian nihilism” to the unfading classics. In a new episode of our podcast, we share a lecture on the history of the Violin Concerto in D major by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, its performance and interpretation. In view of the composer’s 180th anniversary, it is the right time to look at the evolution […]
October 25, 1893 (old style) was the day Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky died. On this memorial day, we are sharing with you a recording of a music piece which sounds particularly touching given the occasion. Ukrainian composer Valentin Silvestrov (b. 1937) has written a cycle titled “October 25, 1893 (In Memory of P.I. Tchaikovsky)”. The cycle […]
Performers Vlad Pesin (violin) Nikolay Mazhara (piano) The life of John Cage spanned 80 years of the XXth century, most of it in the modern art avant-garde. He worked with outstanding artists, composers, architects, choreographers, poets and writers of his time. “I write music to hear something I have never heard before,” John Cage used […]
Today, the musicAeterna Digital Platform offers you to listen to “Nocturnal Music”. Performed by Vladislav Pesin (violin) and Nikolay Mazhara (piano), the four nocturnes by the XXth-century classic George Crumb have become the first instalment in the series of recordings made by musicAeterna members specifically for the platform. In the new chamber music section, we […]