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  • Satka is to Host the Days of Austrian Culture for the Second Time

28.05–28.05

May 28, Magnezit Cultural Center will host the concert of Evgeny Chepovetsky, violinist, laureate of international music contests, and Klassika Chelyabinsk chamber orchestra directed by Adik Abdurakhmanov as part of the Cross-Year of Music of Russia and Austria.

Evgeny Chepovetsky is a student of Vena Conservatoire and the Gratz University of Music and Drama Art (Austria); he also studies the art of composing taught by Pēteris Vasks, the recognized Latvian composer.

In addition to the today’s concert, Days of the Austrian Culture include two more music events. The events will be also held in Magnezit Cultural Center.

June 2, during the XVII International Jazz festival, What a Wonderful World, music lovers will have the chance to get acquainted with creativity of Studebaker’63, an Austrian jazz band.

The band leader is Klaus Ambrosch. Other band members are Teresa Anschperger (vocals), Elizabeth Seitinger (keys), Stephan Ertl (drums), Maximilian Baxer (bass guitar), Johannes Gunching (electric guitar) and Daniel Steiner (saxophone).

The series of Satka concerts will be completed with performance of violinist Ksenia Dubrovskya that will be held June 7. She will also perform with Klassika chamber orchestra.

Ksenia Dubrovskya has got excellent diploma graduating the academic music college at the Moscow Conservatoire and continued her education in Chaikovsky Moscow State Conservatoire. Then she good a degree of Master of Music in Performance in the Zurich Higher School of Music, where she also studied conducting. Ksenia gives concerts in Europe, Asia and the North America, enjoying well-deserved success performing both solo and in different music chamber orchestras of the Philharmonias of the Nations. As a soloist, she performed on the one scene with Yury Bashmet, Liana Isakadse, Gernot Winischhofer.

All concerts begin at 6 p.m. The ticket is required.

Anna Golenko.

Photos from the public sources.

Source: Satka’s Worker