Concert at Kremlin: Aivazovsky’s paintings “come alive” to the sounds of duduk

A unique project called “Sounding paintings” will have its gala concert at the Kremlin, informs.

The multimedia show, where Hovhannes Aivazovsky’s paintings “come alive” to the sounds of music, will be accompanied by the performance of most famous duduk player Jivan Gasparyan.

The famous seascapes ‘will meet with’ changeable images of sand animation and music performed by Jivan Gasparyan, his grandson Jivan Gasparyan Jr., Armen Ghazaryan and Vazgen Makaryan, as well as Trio Belcanto (organ, duduk and saxophone).

Armenian traditional melodies and masterpieces of world classical music (Vivaldi, Schubert and Rachmaninov) will be performed.

The concert at the Kremlin is one of the series of about 50 performances scheduled in Moscow this spring.

The concert will take place at the State Kremlin Palace on April 2.

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