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Arts Calendar / September 14 / Concerts
22:00 Boris Brejcha (Germany)
No kind of music could describe his style, so he decided to create his own genre. "hightech minimal". Born in 1981, Boris Brejcha started his musical education in his childhood. He was educated playing drums and keyboard which had been a perfect schooling for the following chapter - producing and performing electronic dance music. Boris combines his sound with a maximum of variety which has no peer. Each song is some kind of its own adventure. Once in a relation with elements of electro, break beats, IDM, or sometimes with small Ambient parts. Because of the constant demand for more details, quality and originality he is always a small step ahead. Consequently, he became the "exceptional Talent 2007 "in the electronic music magazine Raveline.de. The progressive musical development made him a constant favorite in today's club scene. With his ambition and desire for new and experimental musical directions, he shows his audience again and again how exciting minimal techno can be so much more than just simple. Boris Brejcha is much more than just a minimal techno Artists. He is a Pinoeer! No kind of music could describe his style, so he decided to create his own genre. "hightech minimal." This genre was the first step into a new era of electronic music.
Adrenalin Skate Park 
19:00 Britten-Shostakovich Festival Orchestra (Russia-UK)
2019 marks the occasion of the Year of Music, a bilateral initiative between Russia and the United Kingdom, and the Britten-Shostakovich Festival Orchestra was conceived with this initiative in mind. What makes this orchestra stand out, however, is that it is expected to continue and develop as a regular annual event in the musical calendars of both countries, to maintain a dynamic cultural collaboration between these young musicians. The orchestra is composed of similar numbers of British and Russian conservatoire age musicians, providing them with an invaluable musical and cultural experience that will leave a lasting impression at a key stage in their development. This concert is one of a series of public concerts taking place across Russia and the UK, and will be the first time that most of these musicians will have experienced such a large-scale international musical collaboration. Conductor: Jan Latham-Koenig. Piano: Ilya Chirskov. The Orchestra will perform different works by Elgar, Britten, Tchaikovsky and Prokofiev.
Moscow Conservatory Great Hall 
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