Grigory Seduh, a one of a kind violino piccolo performer, and an instructor at the N.Rimsky-Korsakov St.-Petersburg conservatory, will play Russian classics on June 21st in Tokyo. The violino Mr. Seduh plays is a unique instrument, which differs from the violino of Bach’s times – it was remastered. It augmented the violin family by the end of the 20th century.
Unlike flute piccolo, its sibling, violino piccolo is a rare instrument. It is unusual not only because of its small size, but also because it combines the sounding of a violin (violino is usually tuned a 4th higher than an ordinary violin), and the voice of a flute. Seduh’s violino was a gift from Carleen Hutchins. Hutchins created a new generation of string instruments, known as Hutchin’s octet. Violino piccolo is the smallest member of the new family, and a giant contrabass is the largest.
Grigory Seduh often tours Russia, America, and Europe. He recorded several CDs. He perform in Japan regularly.
His concert will take place in new and prestigious Yamaha hall at Yamaha music store, located on Ginza, the central street of Tokyo. The performance will be a part of the Russian Culture Festival in Japan. Music by the Russian classics, from Glinka to Prokofiev, will be played.
Discounted tickets (3,000 yens) can be purchased here: email@example.com
TEL: 090 3897 7727 (Natalia Yurkanova)
The number of discounted tickets is limited, so don’t miss this opportunity!
You can listen to the artist’s interview about art on newly opened Russian internet radio in Tokyo.
Full-price tickets (5,000 yens) can be purchased here: http://eplus.jp/
0570-02-9999 P code: 102-540 Yamaha Ginza Hall
The concert starts at 19:00, the concert hall opens at 18:30.
See you at the concert!