Lubomir Melnik. Fallen Trees Tour. Presentation of a new album in Odessa! We are waiting for you 2020-02-25 at 19:00 at the location Odessa Regional Philharmonic, Odessa.
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1. The musician is known as one of the fastest pianists on the planet, setting more than 30 years ago immediately two Guinness world records.
2 .. The championship for the 70th anniversary of the pianist was a huge success, and over the past year and a half, Lyubomyr Melnik has played more than 100 concerts, including more than 40 in Ukraine!
3. A composer who demonstrates the incredible and each time impressive mastery of the instrument, performing author's music.
The world's fastest pianist and composer of Ukrainian origin - Lyubomyr Melnyk returns to Odessa with the presentation of the new album "Fallen Trees"! Only one concert!
Unique TOP-event in Odessa, which can not be missed! Want to feel incredible emotions? Come to the concert! One of the most amazing composers and pianists of our time turns around in Ukraine with the presentation of a new album - "Fallen Trees". Lubomir Melnik is known as the founder of "continuous music" and is the fastest pianist in the world, setting more than 30 years ago two Guinness world records at once. The music of Lyubomir Melnik takes the listener to new unprecedented spheres! He is a world-class musician! About him writes "BBC", "The Guardian", "The Telegraph" and many other media. He is a flow man, a philosopher musician, an explorer of the possibilities of piano, body and consciousness! "Fallen Trees" - the pianist's new album combines lush tunes with amazing instrumental techniques. This is a record of outstanding beauty, the fusion of music and nature, the sound of hope and sadness. "Fallen Trees Tour" is a unique opportunity to join the pianist’s artistic experiments, having felt the magnetism of the piano solo! After all, life flies! And we are not the same as yesterday. Perhaps better. Perhaps worse. But not those. And while there is a chance, come listen to the musician live. Because it is his greatest gift - to give love to people!
Back in the early 80s, pianist Lubomir Melnik developed his own notation and technique for playing ultrafast arpeggios (called “continuous music”), writing many works using it. Since few people can perform his works, Lubomyr speaks for himself, demonstrating the incredible and each time impressive possession of the instrument. The maestro is capable of playing 19.5 notes per second with each hand, which he does not use to demonstrate his technique. The melody of the works is not in the change of notes, but in the imposition and interaction of overtones that arise from whole avalanches and squalls of note flows. A continuous canvas of sound is created, into which Lubomyr weaves various threads and patterns every now and then, making it easy and relaxed, which gives his music the sound characteristic of completely slow ambient.
Lubomir Melnik is a true innovator, exploring new areas of modern music. Not only is he considered one of the fastest concert pianists in the world, his compositions transfer the listener to new areas. Seeing one of his live performances is nothing more than the discovery of a new above-ground experience. The work of Lyubomir Melnik is tangential with the specialty "philosophy", which he received at Kingston University (Canada). After all, the pianist’s game is consonant with deep immersion in the vastness of the universe. It is both meditation and a state of continuous movement in a stream of musical vibrations. As a philosopher and composer, Melnik outlined the methodology of his game in his treatise Open Time: The Art of Continuous Play.
At seventy, Lyubomir Melnik is the author of more than 100 works, and in discography has more than 20 published albums. His talent is recognized by both musicians and the world media. A year and a half ago, showing the world a video on the song of the Ukrainian singer Kristina Solovey, he once again proved that music has no boundaries when two creative people converge to do something common, incredible and something that no one expects of them.
Over the past year and a half, Lyubomir Melnik has played more than 100 concerts around the world! Finland, Sweden, Scotland, England, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Greece, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovenia, Austria, Portugal, Canada, Switzerland, Ireland!