NMG is presenting a coming back of an outstanding piano duo with two piano stars – Evgeni Bozhanov and Kasparas Uinskas at Lithuanian concert halls on the 28th, 29th and 30th of November (at Klaipėda Concert hall, Kaunas Philharmonic, Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall in Vilnius). Performing mostly as soloists, Mr. Bozhanov and Mr. Uinskas created a highly successful piano duo. Two brilliant soloists, at one stage, on the same time, playing almost like one person, one body. After a highly successful concert series in 2015, the duo prepared a new program with special arrangements for two pianos for music from ballets: Tchaikovsky “Nutcracker” and Prokofiev “Romeo and Juliet”.

Evgeni Bozhanov and Kasparas Uinskas

Piano

Program: 

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Suite “The Nutcracker” for 2 Pianos

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky “Romeo and Juliet” Overture for 2 Pianos

Sergei Prokofiev Suite from the Ballet “Cinderella” for 2 pianos

Tickets: 

Klaipėda: http://www.bilietai.lt/lit/renginiai/koncertai/du-fortepijono-virtuozai-sugrizta-192533/ 

Kaunas: http://www.tiketa.lt/LT/du_fortepijono_virtuozai_sugrizta_14779

Vilnius: http://www.bilietai.lt/lit/renginiai/koncertai/du-fortepijono-virtuozai-sugrizta-192542/  

Pianist Evgeni Bozhanov – one of the greatest discoveries in the classical music world over the past decade. Dallas Morning News marks: “Evgeni Bozhanov can produce more nuances of tone in a measure of music than most pianists find in a lifetime, but everything seems so organic.” Today he is invited to perform to all major concert halls, such as Berlin Philharmonie, London’s Royal Festival Hall, Musikverein Vienna, Tonhalle Düsseldorf, Tokyo’s Suntory Hall among others.

Kasparas Uinskas is an internationally acclaimed pianist, praised by critics for his virtuosity and romantic style. Mr. Uinskas is performing at most important world concert halls – New York’s Carnegie Hall, Berlin Philharmonie, London Wigmore Hall, Madrid Auditorio Nacional, J. F. Kennedy Center in Washington, DC among others.

“…great pianist and musician…” Carnegie Hall (New York Concert Review)

“…his interpretations overcome all limits…” Berlin Philharmonie (Klassik in Berlin)

“…breathtaking sensitivity that was absolutely magical…” London Wigmore Hall, (Seen and heard international)