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Two violins and a piano in upcoming concert

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Compositions by Debussy, Igor Frolov and Darius Milhaud will sound in Paphos on May 6 as three musicians take the Markideio Theatre stage. Technopolis 20’s new event as part of the Classical Music Concert Series will see Fedor Rudin, Julia Turnovsky and Ivan Rudin, three talented and world-famous musicians in a high standard performance.

For one only concert on the island, the audience will have the opportunity to enjoy music by three prize-winners of prestigious competitions, with international performances in many of the world’s most revered concert halls, collaborating with renowned orchestras and conductors.

Appointed Concertmaster of the Vienna State Opera Orchestra and Vienna Philharmonic in 2019, laureate of some of the world’s most prestigious competitions, including the Premio Paganini in Genoa and George Enescu in Bucharest, the French-Russian violinist and conductor Fedor Rudin is quickly establishing himself as one of the most unique and versatile concert artists of today’s generation.

The second violinist of the evening, Julia Turnovsky is the Prize winner of the International David Oistrach Violin Competition in Moscow, the 2018 International Johannes Brahms Competition and the 2018 Carl Flesch International Violin Competition, while pianist Ivan Rudin is the Musical Director of the State Symphony Orchestra of Moscow since 2017 and the laureate of numerous international competitions. Their meeting this May in Paphos will also present works by Jean-Marie Leclair, Moritz Moszkowski and Pablo de Sarasate.


Two Violins and a Piano

Concert with Fedor Rudin, Julia Turnovsky and Ivan Rudin. May 6. Markideio Theatre, Paphos. 8pm. €20. Tel:7000-2420

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