MIET hosts Piano Day for the third time
For the last few years Piano Day has become a tradition of modern music. In 2015 the German composer Nils Frahm proposed to hold thematic concerts on the 88th day of the year - because of the number of keys on the instrument being celebrated. The idea was supported by many modern pianists and composers who give concerts in different parts of the world. Berlin, London, Tokyo, Paris, Madrid, Rome, Montreal and many other cities gather musicians and listeners to the piano music festival.
On March 29 MIET hosts Piano Day festival for the third time. MIET Concert hall will unite four contemporary composers: Kapiton Neklyudov (Zelenograd), Aron Bergen (Moscow), Igor Khabarov (St. Petersburg), Andrey Sokolov (Minsk). They will open to all the guests the enchanting world of music, created from various forms and stylistics.
Welcome you at 19:00 on March 29! Admission is free.