CONCERT + CHAT | 7pm Sun., 7/12
Sofiya Uryvayeva Martin, piano
Pianist Sofiya Uryvayeva Martin returns to the Intermission Music Series with her second installment of “The Music You Love.” Enjoy masterpieces such as the Albinoni Adagio, a controversial work that’s wildly familiar for its frequent use in film scores; a haunting melody from the Italian Renaissance, Ave Maria; Addinsell’s Warsaw Concerto, written for the 1941 World War II love story film Dangerous Moonlight; and a medley of works from some of the greatest classical composers all time — Rachmaninoff, Bach, Mozart, Tchaikovsky and more.
Experience the magic of passion, and raw emotions of joy, sorrow, delight and love. Sofiya will join us for the watch party and share her insights on the moving music – including two of the greatest mysteries in musical history.
Program: Tomaso Albinoni: Adagio in G minor Classical medley: Sergei Rachmaninoff, John Williams, Johann Sebastian Bach, Isaac Albeniz, Carlos Gardel, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Johann Strauss II, and Peter Tchaikovsky Giulio Caccini: Ave Maria Richard Addinsell: Warsaw Concerto (from the movie “Dangerous Moonlight”)
There are three easy ways to join the watch party:
On southfloridasymphony.org/intermission-music-series/ |Simply navigate to this page on Sunday at 7pm and a video player will automatically appear towards the top of the page.
On Facebook Live | Just look for the Facebook Live event to show up on our Facebook page at 7pm on Sunday and click on the event to join.
On YouTube | Visit our YouTube channel at 7pm on Sunday and click on the Intermission Music Series event for this week to join.If you tune in on Facebook Live and YouTube, you can comment on the stream, interact with other viewers in real time, and connect with the artists! During this time of social distancing, you can still be connected!
About Sofiya Uryvayeva Martin Originally from Siberia, phenomenal pianist Sofiya Uryvayeva Martin was granted an “Einstein visa” and subsequently American citizenship due to her superlative achievements in the music field.
She has performed with great success throughout the world, including in the United States, Mexico, Switzerland, Ukraine, Poland, Germany, Italy and Austria. Her YouTube channel has become very popular in promoting classical music around the world, with many videos of her live performances. Modern composers from all over the world have dedicated their music to her, and she has performed numerous world premieres.
Sofiya’s concerts have been described by critics as “a festival of all the senses,” “a magic ride on the witch’s broom” and “brilliant technique with soul.”