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NEWS AND EVENTS
February 13, 2013
Music’s Dostoevsky
The State Conservatory has hosted a concert in tribute to the great Mussorgsky.

The program included arias from famous operas by the great Russian composer of the nineteenth century, love songs, and piano plays. They were performed by a soloist of the Alisher Navoi State Academic Grand Theater, winner of international competitions - Georgy Dmitriev, and vocalist, winner of international and republican competitions Roman Vetrov.

Piano part was performed by a student of the Conservatory Liliya Gilmanova.

The main goal of the concert, according to the singer and dramatic actor Georgy Dmitriev, was to show the diversity of the creative heritage of Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky, “…open the dusty book of his amazing music, and discover that it is a great happiness to get familiarized with his works, which one wants to continue after the first reading,” said Georgy, “Mussorgsky is close to me, because his music is very playing, the singer must be an artist to perform it. Creativity of Mussorgsky is quite diverse. His music can be light, dramatic and absurd. It gives so much material to work with, that’s why he is called Dostoevsky in music. From a desire to show this was gathered the program of the concert.” (Source: Uzbekistan Today newspaper)


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