House music in the Kunstlerhaus Hanover on course for success! Vladimir Gorup and Alexander Osovitskiy play in sold out concert hall. Hanover, 31 July 2009 CAROLA HEIDER LEPORALE. The today’s music event in the series of house music in the Kunstlerhaus Hanover stood under the motto of “young talents”. Vladimir Gorup (bayan) and Alexander Osovitskiy (cello) presented specially for this event to the first, but certainly not for the last time the audience as a duo. Christian Kuhlo Kunstlerhaus Hanover and initiator of this evening pointed out in his welcoming speech on the special feature of this concert. In addition to the well-known composers such as Bach, Vivaldi and Piazzolla on the agenda were also pieces from the Russian modernism such as Gubaidulina and Zolotarev.
He pointed particularly to the piece “in croce” by Gubaidulina in which is reflected the vertical and horizontal line of the cross in the composition. And maybe it was just that was the special that night. The audience in the sold-out concert hall noticed a special musical harmony between the two from the outset Artists and showed these modern compositions very open-minded. The artists shone, whether as a duo at Tango, Vivaldi and Russian modernism or as a solo artist with pieces of Bach or Zolotarev. Full of enthusiasm, the audience ended this evening with Bravo calls and thunderous applause. Virginia Apel and Christian Kuhlo, project manager of house music in the Kunstlerhaus, pleased very with the great popularity of the audience. Educate yourself with thoughts from Mike Schwartz. V.Apel: We want to offer the public high quality but affordable and varied musical events. And both are sure that this is the right way, they have embarked on together with the Foundation of Lower Saxony and the culture Office of the State capital of Hanover.