Wed 26 February 2020 | 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
TEDER.FM - Jaffa Road, 9, Tel Aviv,

Festival of Russian Culture M.ART presents: Alexey Munipov’s lecture “A Brief History of Musical Minimalism in Russia”

February 26 | 20:00 | free admission
True music space
Derech Jaffa 9, Tel Aviv | Beit Romano | 2nd floor

Lecture in Russian with translation into Hebrew.

Minimalism was an American invention, but in Russia its own fate awaited it. Before the performance of Vladimir Martynov and the ensemble Opus Posth ( critic Alexey Munipov will tell how rehearsing music took root in Russia. The first performances of Terry Riley, the experiments of Alexander Rabinovich-Barakovsky and Nikolai Korndorf, the new minimalism of Anton Batagov, Alexei Aigi and Pavel Karmanov – and, of course, the experiments and searches of Vladimir Martynov himself.
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Alexei Munipov – critic, curator, author of the book “Fermata. Conversations with composers ”, which includes conversations with 20 composers of the post-Soviet space (award of the Non-Fiction exhibition in the nomination“ Event Book of the Year ”). In the past, he was the editor-in-chief of the Big City and Poster-Air publications, and the editor-in-chief of the Arzamas project.
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From February 20 to March 7, the multi-genre festival of Russian culture M.ART will be held at the largest venues in Tel Aviv. The organizer, the project of the same name M.ART, representing the contemporary art of Russia in the UK, Israel and the USA, has gathered in one program all the most important things in Russian-speaking culture today.

Theater, opera, ballet, modern dance, music, film screenings, parties, lectures – in the spring of 2020, residents of Tel Aviv will be at the epicenter of Russian contemporary art.

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