The French violinist Alexis Roussine at the Artissimo! festival

July 15, 2017

Pärnu

"Classical music lasts in the contemporary world and the masterpieces are still rejoicing the public" 

This is the slogan of this new classical music festival in Pärnu: Artissimo! This message will be brought to you by 4 talented musicians:  Massimo Mercelli from Italy (flute), Vestrads Šimkusfrom Lativa (Piano) and two excellent violonists : Daniel Kogan (Russia) and the prodigious parisian Alexis Roussine.

Alexis Roussine is a young virtuoso who has won a lot of international prizes and competitions, he also knows how to seduce an audience with his profound sense of music and his pure talent.

The musical selection of Pärnu, has known a dazzling success and to this strong reputation, has been added a high standards classical music festival. 

 

Saturday, July 15 at 8P.M., Pärnu Town Hall

ALEXIS ROUSSINE, violin
DIANA LIIV, piano

Program :

Brahms :  Violon Sonata N 2, op.100
Paganini : Caprice a-moll, op.1 N 7 ; Caprice e-moll, op.1 N.15
Paganini : Violin Concert N.1 op.6
 

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