68 Min. M.
Works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and improvisations
This afternoon Musical humana Ensemble will share the stage with the representatives of the musical dynasty – brothers Motiejus, Mykolas and Benediktas Bazarai. It’s going to be somewhat atypical Philharmonic concert – the audience will hear a lot of Mozart and a lot of improvisations!
All three brothers are pianists, but they do enjoy a wide variety of musical activities. While expanding his musical interests as a wide-ranging pianist and keyboardist, Motiejus Bazaras regularly plays in jazz, rock and other bands, participates in festivals and music projects, arranges and composes. A brilliant team of his brothers Mykolas and Benediktas contribute to the development and realisation of various creative ideas. Surrounded by music parents and brothers from an early age, Mykolas did not resist the temptation to try other instruments, such as bass and double bass. Benediktas has repeatedly earned winner diplomas in various competitions. His other significant activities include piano tuning and restoration. All brothers are engaged in the ventures of the Bazarai Brothers and Bazarai JazzTrain.
And what the mysterious title of the concert 68 Min. M. hides? Robertas Beinaris, the mastermind of the programme, the artistic director of the Musica humana Ensemble, says that the letter M has a lot of potential – maybe 68 minutes of music, maybe Mozart, or even – dedication to Mesdames? After all, it’s the afternoon of March 8th!