LYRIK WILL NOT BECOME A PHYSICS, PHYSICS WILL EASILY BECOME LYRIC AND EVEN A MUSICIAN!
BY ILYA LOBOV | March 17, 2019
People know for a long time that libraries are not only a place to read or take books for home reading. Many things are organized in libraries: library lessons, reader conferences, meetings with interesting people. Today I attended a meeting about which people can say “in the wrong format.”
The fact is that usually it is not customary to make noise or make loud sounds in libraries. It was just “the opposite” at our meeting: a violin was heard playing in the scientific library reading room of the arts department. There was a concert of violin music.
The concert was led by Natalia Nefedova (professional violinist musician). Julia Gruzdeva, -accompanist, and laureate of international competitions, was the only one in her place, because even the violinist Ivan Kuzminykh works in IT in everyday life.
The 40-minute duration of one school lesson, which sometimes seems terribly long, was the length of the concert that day. The audience was completely plunged into the atmosphere inspired by the music of Glazunov, Shchedrin, Tchaikovsky, and Sarasate. Together we traveled from Kostroma to Europe, to hot Spain.
The violin sang, called, suffered, rejoiced at life in the capable hands of a musician. And I did not dare to interrupt the game by simply clicking the shutter of the camera.
At the concert, the audience was of different ages from 5 to 70. But everyone was fascinated by the virtuoso playing.