“Classics and More” concert programme details from the House of Arts

The House of Arts has released its concert programme details for the “Classics and More: Selected Music from the 20th Century” on Friday, 21st November

c Paolo Rossetti

Partita – Gordon Jacon
Theodor Iliescu – Solo Bassoon
Czardas – Monti-Meichika
Natalia Shvets– Piano Solo
Sonata for violin and piano – Claude Debussy
Dan Turcanu – Denitsa Georgieva – Violin & Piano
Claude Debussy –
Beau Soir (Beautiful Evening)
Les Angelus (The angel)
Rondel
Aprѐs un Rêve (After a dream) – Gabriel Fauré
Come away death – Gerald Finzi
Theodor Iliescu & Natalia Shvets –Voice & Piano
3 preludes for piano – George Gershwin
Denitsa Georgieva – Piano solo
Solo de Concert – Gabriel Pierne
Sonatine – Alexandre Tansman
Theodor Iliescu & Denitsa Georgieva – Bassoon & Piano

The House of Arts has also provided some background information about its 3 music teachers, Denitsa Georgieva, Natalia Shvets and Teodor Iliescu… Denitsa Georgieva1
Denitsa joined the House of Arts’ team in 2009. She had previously graduated in the National School of Arts in Ruse, Bulgaria with opera singing and piano performance degrees. She then continued her music education at the State Academy of Music in Sofia, where she also had her first teaching experience. Subsequently, in 2008 Denitsa gained a Masters Degree in Piano Performance.
During this period she performed in many concerts, master classes, won many piano competitions and made recordings for the Bulgarian National Radio.Natalia Shvets1
Natalia joined the House of Arts last September. She is originally from Odessa. Her mother was a professional pianist, and taught her daughter. Natalia has toured Europe in orchestras and has played professionally in South Korea.

c Paolo RossettiTeodor, a Romanian, joined the House of Arts in 2013. He had graduated with honours in bassoon orchestral and solo performance from the Birmingham City University Conservatoire in 2012.
Teodor has been a singer in numerous vocal ensembles, professional choirs and as a soloist. And now he is the new leader of the Al Ain Chamber Orchestra!

Dan Turcanu, his predecessor as leader of the local orchestra, is returning to Al Ain for this concert performance, too. We welcome Dan back to the Garden City. He was also a music teacher at the House of Arts not so long ago.
Dan graduated from the Bucharest National University of Music in violin, piano and classical composition. He worked as a violinist and conductor assistant in various orchestras and chamber ensembles in the European Union and also in the United States.
His teaching experience ranges from ‘Music Theory and Harmony’ to ‘Violin’ and ‘Piano’ tuition. He has experience in teaching guitar to children with disabilities, too. Mr. Dan has participated in violin and classical composition competitions, receiving numerous awards; many of them for pedagogical works such as modern compositions for beginner violinists and other string instruments. He has arranged a number of the pieces performed by the Al Ain Chamber Orchestra.

The “Classics and More: Selected Music from the 20th Century” concert starts at 7:30 pm. on Friday, 21st November at Al Ain International School, Salam Street, Sarooj.
Once again, thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, admission is free.
So, don’t miss out!

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