Extraordinary Russian pianist Violetta Egorova gave a lively “Ohrid Summer” concert last night, holding a concert as part of the festival’s music program.
Egorova fascinates with concert artism. With its carefully selected repertoire, with its musical interpretation, which incorporates incredible ease and sophisticated technique, it stirred the feelings of the festival audience who enjoyed the romantic evening.
-The stage on the church of St. Sophia has wonderful acoustic effects. For the concert I prepared a program by Western composers, as well as works by Russian composers. I brought romantic acts to the audience, says Egorova.
Virtuoso Piano Mastery Begins with Impromptu Op. 142 no. 3 B-dur by Franz Schubert, and then continued with four piano plays by Johannes Brahms, ballad No. 4 by Frederick Chopin. To complete the romantic evening of piano, Egorova also performed Nikolai’s sonata “remembrance” and 24 preludes by Alexander Scriabin.
According to her, the overall ambience of her performance is a perfect place to inspire and contribute to the achievement of high artistic achievements.
-I needed only a little consideration to love the city. Beautiful view, beautiful lake, cozy atmosphere and perfect place for artistic achievements. I don’t perform often in the Balkan region. I play in Italy and Germany, but I know about the Ohrid Summer Festival after remembering for myself, adds Egorova.
Violeta Egorova, a laureate of numerous international awards, befriends four-year-old piano and makes her debut at the age of 12 with an all-night recital. He teaches piano at the Rachmaninoff Academy in Catania where he is president and founder of the international Sergei Rachmaninoff Award. He is the artistic director of the ConcertFest International Festival in Moscow and an active member of the International Computer Academy, which has been consulting at the United Nations since 1995.