A student of the Institute of Arts and Design of Altai State University became a laureate of the International Music Prize “Sforzando”

The competition was held in Kazan on December 12-13 with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Tatarstan. It was organized by the holder of a grant from the President of the Russian Federation – the Regional Public Charitable Foundation for the Development of the Performing Arts of the Republic of Tatarstan “Sforzando” (“Effort”).

Daniil Klimentyev, a student of the Institute of Arts and Design of Altai State University, was among the winners of the “Sforzando” International Music Prize.

The jury of the competition was headed by the director of the foundation, pianist, laureate of international competitions, public figure, chief conductor of the Youth Orchestra of the Republic of Tatarstan SFORZANDO Daniyar Sokolov. In the nomination “Instrumental Performance (Special Piano)” Daniil Klimentyev participated with one of the most famous works in the world – the virtuoso “Revolutionary Etude” by F. Chopin.

The performing skills of the participants were assessed from various sides – the performance technique, artistry, showing the artistic image, stage culture, compositional construction of the performance, the level of complexity of the work performed, originality, content, uniqueness, and expressiveness were taken into account. As a result of his performance, Daniil Klimentyev became a laureate of the 1st degree.

Source: Altai State University

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