Vadim Neselovskyi: Finding Your Own Voice 3

Tuesday / May 7, 2013 / 1:00 pm
Berk Recital Hall
1140 Boylston Street
Boston
MA
02215

Professor Vadim Neselovskyi says that definitions of genres like pop, classical, and jazz are no longer relevant for people who create music. In his concert series Finding Your Own Voice, he seeks to nourish and support complete honesty of musical expression in students. This installment follows two that he says have created quite a buzz in the Berklee community.

"We 're trying to create music that goes in line with one's personal taste, music that the student would enjoy listening to. When we finally put together a program of original composition, we suddenly realize that we have an unbelievable diversity, from prog rock duos featuring distortion guitar via modern classical solo piano pieces to big productions involving turntables, keyboards, and recorder players," Neselovskyi said.

Attendees are encouraged to bring their musician friends to play with them. "The question that I get the most after the shows is,  'How is it possible to get so much music out of a regular private piano instruction class?'" he said. 

 

Admission: 
Free