The Russian music school, largely based on the experience of the Soviet school and its teachers, is one of the strongest, best and most popular in the world. Now in the world of computer technology and taking into account the generation of music by artificial intelligence - a great gift to listen to the live sound of musical instruments.
On spring May day, a wonderful classical music concert “Spring Sonata” performed by the Laureate of international competitions Andrey Rostsik (violin), at the piano Constant Notten! The Concert was held in the Russian Center for Science and Culture in Brussels.
Andrei Rostsik is young, but very virtuoso, he is a graduate from the Moscow Conservatory with extensive international experience. Constant Notten has already won international awards, since 1985 he has been working as a rehearsal pianist at the Maastricht Conservatory, and also participates in graduate programs, accompanies international master classes, and participates in symphony orchestras.
In the spring program, Johann Sebastian Bach (Chaconne from Partita n.2 d-minor for violin solo), Niccolò Paganini (Caprice n.10 in G minor from the “24 Caprices” series), Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Concerto for violin and orchestra n. 5, in A-major, 1 movement), Ludwig van Beethoven (Sonata n.5 for violin and piano “Spring”, 1 and movements), Jan Sibelius (Concerto for violin and orchestra in D minor). And also the virtuoso gift to the audience became performance of the work of the Belgian composer Eugene Izay, Sonata "Ballad".
We are sure that the sounds of beautiful music filled the hearts of the audience with love and harmony.