Date(s) - 11/Mar/2017
In a programme of J. S. Bach – A. Siloti: Organ Prelude in G Minor, Prelude from Cantata No. 29 in D Major, Prelude in B Minor; P. Tchaikovsky: Dumka, October (from the Seasons Op. 37a); S. Rachmaninoff: Moment Musicaux Op. 16 no. 3, 4 & 5; M. Glinka: Nocturne Separation; M. Balakirev: The Lark (based on a theme of M Glinka) and M. Mussorgsky: The Pictures at an Exhibition
Natallia Kapylova has been hailed as a concert pianist of exceptional, brilliant and dazzling ability. Her career is unique in spanning a huge range of musical settings. Breath taking displays of classical and jazz masterpieces are stirred with love and passion. Exploration of different genres of music, old and new, is her forte. Born in Belarus, Natallia lives in Bangalore, where she gives performances as a soloist besides collaborating with other musicians. Today, Natallia is much sought after as a piano virtuoso, accompanist and educator. Recently, Natallia has been actively working on establishing the Natallia Piano Studio which aims to collaborate with some of the best piano teachers and performers to conduct beginners’ programmes, piano masterclasses, composition workshops, lecture series etc.