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The Blind Pianist - Concert in Valletta

Hosted by the Consul of the Malta Arts & Culture Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Wed 05 Jun 18:00 - 19:00

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Anton Belousov - The Blind Pianist

will play Bach, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Liszt and Tchaikovsky at St. Augustine’s Parish Church, Old Bakery street, Valletta

concert tickets 12€

If you clicked "attend" and your name is listed here on the activity page than you will get your ticket at the door from me. Please ask at the entrance for Tom Frank or Internations.

All members who are on the list I will reserve the seats. If you like to bring friends (the event is open also for non-internations members) please let me know in a private message that I can reserve seats for them too.

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Concert program:

Johann Sebastian Bach ( Protected content )
Prelude & Fugue no.1 in C major
The Well-Tempered Clavier - Book 1

Frédéric Chopin ( Protected content )
Waltz no. 6 in D flat major, Op. 64 no.1 Waltz no. 7 in C sharp minor, Op. 64 no. 2

Pyotr Tchaikovsky ( Protected content )
Selections from The Seasons, Op.37 no. 4. April “Snowdrop”
no. 11. November “On the Troika” no. 12. December “Christmas”

Sergey Rachmaninoff ( Protected content )
Prelude in C sharp minor, Op.3, no.2 Prelude in E flat major, Op.23, no.6 Prelude in B minor, Op.32, no.10

Franz Liszt ( Protected content )
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The Blind Pianist Anton Belousov is 26 years old and an
international recognized young pianist. Anton Belousov was born blind and started playing the piano at the age of seven, under very difficult conditions. He completed his Master ́s Degree in piano with distinction and won many international prizes and honours. He is currently perfoming as a solo-pianist, and orchestra pianist, with the Philharmonic Orchestra of St Petersburg and the Philharmonic Orchestra Ryazan.

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When the pianist Anton Belousov was asked if he would like to take part in this project he answered: “I can not see the beauty of the church in which I will be playing, because I am blind, but I can still feel the presence of God, and it is an honour for me to contribute to such a project, playing for the people in Malta.”