Autumn is the most romantic time of the year, it's time when you want to fall in love and create. And what is romance without poetry? So our autumn evening will be filled with romantic poetry, of course, under the sensual accompaniment of the piano .
As many have already guessed, reading this evening will be Vanya Yakimov. A modern Kiev poet, accustomed to collecting full halls, and this is not surprising. So it is easy and simple, and the main thing is to sincerely submit works with a completely different style and handwriting, only he can. Whether modern poetry or works of the 18th century, Vanya knows how to immerse the listener in the same mood and emotions as no one else. He does not just read, he reinterprets each of the stories through his own experiences and experience.
This evening Vanya Yakimov will read Robert Rozhdestvensky's lyrical song-song, the poetry of a talented writer, poet and journalist Eduard Asadov, as well as touching works of Sergei Dovlatov. There will be lines filled with the experiences of simple human life. Perhaps, therefore, these works still penetrate deep into the hearts of readers.
Poems will sound under the sensitive accompaniment of Pavel Ignatiev. The jazz musician and composer Pavel Ignatiev graduated from the Mozart Academy and the Hannover Higher School of Music and Theater, released 9 albums, collaborated with Sergei Babkin, Boombox and many other Ukrainian performers. His recognizable emotional manner of performance is called modern classics.
Beautiful sincere poems and soft piano sound under the warm rays of the summer sun, that just about will go beyond the horizon and leave behind a gentle train in the sky. Take your loved ones' hands and come to a romantic date in the Botanical Garden. The beginning at 20:00.
This evening poetry will sound, which is filled with the experiences of a simple human life. Poetry about the eternal: about love, about friendship, about fidelity.
Among the colorful nature of the Botanical Garden, which sets the mood for a lyric, the touching works of Robert Rozhdestvensky, Eduard Asadov and Serge Dovlatov will sound. Reads Vanya Yakimov under the soft accompaniment of Pavel Ignatiev.