Well, now, more about the concert participants:

Samuel Allan-Chapkovsky, USA
2010 — Grand Prix in Bari, Italy
2011 — selected for a solo performance with an orchestra at the XVII "Young Soloist" Festival, performing J.S. Bach's Concerto in A minor with conductor Dmitry Orlov, Moscow State Symphony Orchestra.
2013 — laureate of the International Competition "Young Tallinn", Estonia
2014 — laureate of the International Competition "Talents of Europe", Dolni Kubin, Slovakia
2015 — laureate of the International Competition in Padua, Italy
2016 — selected to participate in the Summit Music Festival, Purchase, New York, USA
2017 — laureate of the International Competition "Remember Enescu", Romania
2018 — laureate of the International Competition "Young Talents of Performing Arts" - won a prize violin.
2021 — first prize at the International Dvarionas Competition in Vilnius, was invited as a soloist to play with an orchestra in Bulgaria.
He is also a scholarship recipient for a Master's degree in music at Temple University, which he will complete in 2023. And laureate of the first prize at the Young Jewish Musicians competition in Stuttgart, Germany.
Daniel Allan-Chapkovsky, Ireland
Third-year cello student at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre. Participates in several ensembles (duet, trio, and quartet)
Laureate of the Euterpe competition in Bari, Italy, 2015
Laureate of the competition in Tula, 2018
Alexey Blyakhin, Estonia
"By education, I am a physicist, by profession – a programmer.

10 years ago, I met a wonderful person - Mikhail Kazinik, who made me fall in love with classical music.

Although I dont have a musical education, I realized that talking about music is very interesting. And I started organizing concert-lectures."

Author and host of concert-lectures:

2018 - "Secrets of Opera"
2019 - "Music of Russian Romanticism"
2020 - "Songs and romances on the poems of Silver Age poets"
2021 - "Music of Love"
2021 - "Secrets of the opera Eugene Onegin"
2021 - "Physics and history of music"
2022 - "Spanish music"
2022 - "You are my melody"

(some of these concerts are available in recordings at duoclassico.eu)

Laureate of the International Competition of performers of Russian romances named after Isabella Yurieva.
Andranik Kecheck, Estonia
The creative range of Andranik Kecheck is wide and varied. It includes author's evenings, solo performances, participation in ensembles, and concert-improvistaions.

As a composer, he has written: musicals "Forgotten Tale" (2002) based on texts by Toomas Kuter, "Teremok" (2005) and "The Other" (2007) - both based on texts by Tatyana Buynova, music for 22 plays, music for films "Florian's Exercises" (Estonia-Germany, 1999, director Peter Herzog), "Children of the Refugee Camp" (Estonia, 2000, directors Andrus Prikk and Toomas Kummel), "Lernavan" (Lithuania, 2009, director Marat Sargsyan), musical performance "Cabaret Marseille" based on texts by Loone Ots (2009-2010),
not to mention songs, piano pieces, vocal-instrumental cycles, and choreographic suites.

Together with Irina Zolotova, he is the author of an improvisation teaching method that he successfully implements in work with his students.

From 1996 to 2007, he taught at the G. Ots Tallinn Music School. Since 2005, he has been working at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre.

A. Kecheck has recorded several CD albums. These include "Komitas" (1998), "Impro" (2002), "Mysterious Light" (from 1999 to 2004), and "Cabaret Marseille" (2013)
The concert features materials from the creative schools and radio programs about music by Mikhail Kazinik.

Mikhail Semyonovich Kazinik (November 13, 1951, Leningrad) is a truly versatile person known asRussian and Swedish violinist, lecturer-musicologist, art critic, educator, cultural scientist, writer-publicist, poet.

Author and host of original musical and art history programs.
Concert program:
Aram Khachaturian (1903 – 1978)
Masquerade Waltz
Samuel Allan-Chapkovsky - violin
Daniel Allan-Chapkovsky - cello
Andranik Kecheck - piano

Gaspar Cassadó (1897 – 1966)
Daniel Allan-Chapkovsky - cello
Andranik Kecheck - piano

Pablo de Sarasate (1844 – 1908)
Caprice Basque op. 24
Samuel Allan-Chapkovsky - violin
Andranik Kecheck - piano

Astor Piazzolla (1921 – 1992)
Spring (from "The Four Seasons")
Samuel Allan-Chapkovsky - violin
Daniel Allan-Chapkovsky - cello
Andranik Kecheck - piano

Camille Saint-Saëns (1835 - 1921)
Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso

Samuel Allan-Chapkovsky - violin
Andranik Kecheck - piano
Songs and romances in Ukrainian
Alexey Blyakhin - baritone
Andranik Kecheck - piano
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