6월 21일 뮤지컬 라흐마니노프의 늦은 후기
@shannen_oh 언니 추천으로 본 Rachmaninoff 뮤지컬.
한번도 보지못한 스타일의 뮤지컬이라서 정말정말 기대하면서 극장을 들어갔고,
나올때는 눈물범벅되어 사!랑!해!요! 박!유!덕! 을 외치면서 나왔다.
유덕라흐와 동화달 페어
동화배우님의 끊임없는 애드립과 리드로 내가 다 치유되는 느낌 ㅎㅎㅎ
전체적으로 극을 어렵지않게 끌어주신것 같아서 너무너무 좋았던것 같다.
유덕배우님은, 고흐때도 느꼈지만 내가 관객의 입장이 아니라 라흐마니노프가 되어 같이 눈물흘릴 수 있도록 연기를 해주신다.
이래서 유덕배우님을 사랑하지 않을 수 없다!!
동화배우님의 '애끼는 건가요'와 '세르게이~'를 잊을 수 없을듯 ㅎㅎㅎ
어쩜 애드립을 물흐르듯이 자연스럽게 해주시는지~
극이 끝나고 한동안 음을 흥얼거리면서 지냈다 ㅎㅎ
감동받아 토요일 라흐를 바로 예매한건 안비밀 ㅋㅋㅋ
@jencalibree surprised me for a PHENOMENAL rendition of “Rachmaninoff”, performed by 27yr old Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov and the acclaimed San Francisco Symphony...
@sfs_musicians @sanfranciscosymphonyorchestra #sanfrancisco#sf#symphony#orchestra#rachmaninoff
Gracias a estos talentosos muchachos de la Escuela @mozarteum_caracas que nos deleitaron el sábado 23 de junio con este hermoso concierto de cámara.
María Daniela Ruque, piano, Gianfranco Garófalo, violín, y Sol Molina, violoncello, interpretaron el Trío “Elegíaco” No. 2 para piano, violín y cello de Serguei #Rachmaninoff.
Luego los violinistas Victoria Navarro, Karem Sikva, José Heredia y Gianfranco Garófalo, los violistas Anabela Avendaño y Wilker Paredes, y los violoncellistas Sol Molina y Leandro Bandres nos deleitaron con el Octeto de cuerdas en Mi bemol mayor de Felix #Mendelssohn.
Gracias a todos y al público que nos acompañó.
Staring into the eyes of my uncertain future like 😏 Warning cheesy caption ahead
However, at the moment I feel grateful for the people I have met and for everything I've gotten to experience thanks to music. 🎹 I never thought I would be where I am today. Suddenly I'm doing things I've dreamed of doing for years, and I'm meeting such talented and inspiring people, and I'm just so excited to start college in the Autumn. I remember being 7 years old, having written in my diary that I was either going to be a concert pianist or a scientist, crying in a toilet after having heard the royal opera's pianist Anna play Saint-Saëns because I was never going to be as good as her, and putting on my digital piano's built-in midi track which happened to be the butterfly etude by Chopin, pretending to be the one playing and thinking to myself that when I can play this piece, I will be satisfied. I remember crying the first time I heard a Beethoven sonata. I remember hearing a fantastic pianist play Beethoven's emperor concerto, admiring her. 5 years later she became my teacher and we are now close friends. And I dreamed and dreamed about playing Chopin's 1st ballade. Now I've performed it too many times to count. 😄
In other words, I just want to tell you that dreams do come true (in case someone's having a bad day) 😊 And I don't want to be the girl who obsesses over numbers. But I recently reached 10K followers and I could hardly believe it. Thank you so much for supporting me, criticizing me, cheering me up some days, for just listening to the pieces I love to play and for being the persons you are. There are some golden hearted people out there in the world😊 We happen to live on the same planet in the same glimpse of time and although I perhaps will never meet you, it is so nice to talk to you guys from all different kinds of places and countries. I feel so truly grateful and as I wrote earlier, I never thought I would be where I am today. Thank you all so very much ❤️ Is there anything you would want me to do? Just ask for it, I'll be happy to hear. 🙌
~ Hugs, Astri (P.S the guy in the flowery shirt is my brother 😂)