Peer Gynt
Activity 01Concert

Peer Gynt: Scandinavian Music

Date and time

10 May 2019, Friday 19:00

Edvard Grieg and Jean Sibelius are national heroes of their native countries. They got the treasure of their cold land - folk music - and limited it to real diamonds of the world classics.
Edvard Grieg is the founder of the Norwegian composer's school, popularist of national music, said: "I drew from the rich treasury of folk songs of my homeland and tried to create a national art from the Norwegian folk soul that was not yet explored."
Symphonic poems, suites and symphonies by Jean Sibelius raised the spirit of the Finns and caused enthusiasm throughout Europe. He wrote more than a hundred works and remained silent as a composer, although the world was waiting for him to continue for 30 years.
This pieces will be performed by the young Lviv pianist Dmytro Mykytyn who’s already captured the hearts of the public by extraordinary and atmospheric projects ("Music for Relax", "French Carnival").

Dmytro Mykytyn - piano

E. Grieg - "Peer Gynt", Suite No. 1, op. 46 (Morning, Ase's Death, Anitra's Dance, In the Hall of the Mountain King)
J. Sibelius - Sonata for piano, op.1 2(I Allegro molto, II Andantino, III Vivacissimo)
E. Grieg - Sonata for piano, op.7 (I. Allegro moderato, II Andante Molto, III Alla Menuetto, I poco piu board, IV Finale, Molto allegro)

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(age restriction: 7+)
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