Improvisation on the music by M.Tariverdiev, flute and piano

Saturday, March 16, 2024 by Yulia Berry | Recital

Yulia Berry, flute and Miles Fellenberg, piano
arr.by Elena Elenova 

Boston, March 2024


Read about Mikael Tariverdiev in the article by Yulia Berry:


Mikael Tariverdiev’s songs and musical themes are heard in classic Soviet cinema, such as “Seventeen Moments of Spring” and “The Irony of Fate, or Enjoy Your Bath!” as well as in 130 other Soviet films. He received 18 international awards, including the American Academy of Music Award for his vocal and instrumental compositions. He is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the winner of the most awards for music written for films.

His life was like a real adventure novel, where there was everything: incredible fame and success, black envy, Shakespearean betrayal of his beloved woman, being ostracized by his colleagues, and visiting Chernobyl.

In this article Yulia Berry talks about the bright personality, life, and musical heritage of the composer, who is still loved and remembered by millions of people.

Congratulations! 👏👏

Saturday, March 9, 2024 by Yulia Berry | Auditions

Congratulations to my wonderful Solonga on great performances and solos with Jr.SEMSBA! 1st flute + piccolo! She is a superstar! 👏👏🎉🎉



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