Igor Blazhkov was born in 1936 in Kiev and graduated from the Tchaïkovsky Conservatory of Music in that same city. In 1958, he was appointed as conductor of the State of Ukraine Symphony Orchestra. At [...]
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A season that unfolds, the moment when the day turns dark or the rain forms shapes on the window – such are the ranges of emotions drawn from music for a complete sensory experience.
A quiet morning, deliciously incandescent. The sun frees itself from the filaments of night and shines with a splendour that is at once soft and radiant. While others go on dreaming, you choose to live in the moment and let yourself be inspired by waking nature, in a serenity that feels almost voluptuous. In your player, songs by Fauré, Dubois and Wolf, Kabalevsky’s violin, Martin?’s flute, Alain Lefèvre’s piano or Beethoven’s “Pastoral” keep you company. The day will be beautiful, productive and unforgettable.
© Lucie Renaud
Translation: Annie P. Prothin