The concert will have two parts, each lasting about an hour, with a break of 15 minutes in between.
The first part is devoted to “genetic” and electronic music.
Ivan Soshinsky (Moscow P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory) performs two of his own compositions: “Five Genetic Miniatures” and the Genetic Etude “The Hot Sea” (accompanied with a slide-show). He will also give some explanations.
Eduardo Miranda (Computer Music Research, University of Plymouth, UK) presents his musical composition “Grain Streams” that is created for electronic instruments and piano. Konstantin Zenkin (Moscow P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory) performs the piano part, Miranda operates the computer.
The second part is devoted to classical piano music.
Konstantin Zenkin performs some classical music pieces. Zenkin is Vice-rector of Moscow P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory.
Alexander Koblyakov (Dean of Composer Faculty of Moscow P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory) performs own compositions.
The concert is organised by the Moscow Conservatory, in co-operation with the International Symmetry Association, and sponsored by the Institute for Popular Music from the University for Music Vienna.
The entrance is free.