The Four Seasons
Large-scale video projections
"The Four Seasons" Antonio Vivaldi - one of the most famous works of the composer. The name of the great Italian, who created approximately 550 concerts and several dozen operas is synonymous with the "The Four Seasons". "Red Priest" (the so-called composer for the unusual color of hair and the dignity of the priest) perfectly played the violin. Few at that time could compete with him in virtuosity: in the guidebook for the guests of Venice for 1713 he is mentioned as the best violinist of the city. And after three centuries the concerts of the cycle - "Spring", "Summer", "Autumn" and "Winter" are the most executed on all continents.
In the 20th century, the Argentine composer Astor Piazzolla created his cycle "The Seasons in Buenos Aires". This composer became famous for giving a new life to tango. He took folk music and turned it into a high art. He later called all his work "a great transformation of tango." Today the music of Astor Piazzolla has gained worldwide fame and is performed by famous soloists and symphony orchestras.
Sergey Ostrovsky is the winner of the III International Chamber Music Competition in Melbourne (1999), the String Quartets Competition in Bordeaux (2003), the National Music Competition Aviv (1999). Sergei Ostrovsky - the first violin and the founder of the string quartet "Aviv". Performed in the best concert halls in the world, including Carnegie Hall and Alice Tally Hall (New York), Kennedy Center (Washington), Wigmore Hall and Royal Festival Hall (London), Sydney Opera House, Cologne Philharmonic, Vienna Concert Hall, P.I. Tchaikovsky and Svetlanov Hall MMDM). Since 2009, he is a professor at the Geneva Conservatory.
Rodion Petrov is a laureate of the International Competition "Valsesia Musica" (Italy, 2005, I Prize), the Fourth Moscow International Competition. Paganini (2006, II Prize), the International Competition. Rudolfo Lipitzer (Italy, 1996, II Prize and five special prizes), the International Competition. Paganini Italy, Genoa, 1997, II Prize). Rodion Petrov performed in the best halls of the world, such as the Great Hall of the Conservatory in Moscow, Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, Suntory Hall in Tokyo and others.