Music On The Spirals Of History

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Music On The Spirals Of History

Friedrich Nietzsche once said that “Without music, life would be a mistake.” The HSE students agree with his opinions and try to always organize as many music concerts as possible. Today we would like to tell you about a show organized and presented by the Focus on Classical Music and the HSE Symphony Orchestra, which is well renowned among the students.

The concert Music on the Spirals of History is held on February 20, 2020 at the Cultural Center at HSE. The concept of the show is to present classical music in an ultramodern format and to make young people more interested in the works of classical musicians. The performers will play some of the most famous instrumental and vocal compositions written by classical musicians as well as street art bands. Another goal of the concert is to support classical music and to remind the listeners about its beauty and lightness.

HSE students will also take part in the concert creating an atmosphere of unity and university friendship. The highest musical staff will be on stage directed by Vladimir Yatskevich. A well-known music critic, Yossi Tavor, will also be present at the concert and will certainly share his opinion on it later. The skill of orchestra’s performance always leaves the audience spellbound. The music they are able to produce and the skill of it is truly magnificent.  

It is common knowledge that playing or listening to classical music has a wide variety of benefits. First, it can be a huge stress reliever and help to increase a person’s intelligence. Second, this type of music can give you a sense of accomplishment and boost your overall confidence. And last, classical music is proven to make a person more creative and innovative. That is why it is absolutely necessary for you to attend the concert Music on the Spirals of History.

Luckily for us, listeners, the concert is free but it is necessary to register in advance via this link

See you there!

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Veronika Mark