In the Great Choral Synagogue in Grodno will be a musical and art concert “Colored Dreams”. It is devoted to the 130 – anniversary of a great avant-gardist Marc Chagall. He is a native of Belarus. This is the message of love to the artist by means of reunification of music and sandy painting.
For the artist who taught a person to fly, music was the center of art and accompanied him from childhood. All his works are suffused with a theme of music. Violinists on the roof often meet on his canvases, angels play the trumpet, animals play the violins, a klezmer orchestra is performing at a Jewish wedding.
The Great Choral Hall is solemn and spirit-stirring where the sounds of music fly and swirl under arches and between columns. This is a wonderful place for holding the concert. It’s had been chosen deliberately. That is where an opportunity of translation to a white hall vault. The audience can gaze a sandy representations which creates an atmosphere of Marc Chagall aside from excellent music played by musicians from the National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet of the Republic of Belarus.
The Brass quintet “AMADIS BRASS” consists of artists from the National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet of the Republic of Belarus. Soloists are Irina Knauer – the violin (as an actor in the National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet of the Republic of Belarus, Dmitry Mikhnovich – the trumpet (a conductor and arranger), Victor Puzynia – the clarinet.
In the programme: T.J. Albinoni, I.S. Bach, G.F. Handel, Komitas, V.A. Mozart, G.F. Telemann, J. Williams, A. Piazzolla, J. Bock.
Sand animation by Olga Radzetskaya.
The author of the project “Colored dreams” and also the concert’s host Suzanne Stepanyan (musician, art critic, organizer of music and art evenings for a wide range of audience under the general title “Hearing paintings and seeing music”.