The artistic values of the violinist Tedi Papavrami

The evening of April 19-th in the hall of the North Macedonia Philharmonic was under the sound of the well-known Albanian violinist Tedi Papavrami. Of course, even this evening of artistic values, took place in the framework of the well-known “Scene of Serious Albanian Music” festival. In its entirety, the evening was in the spirit of the works of well-known German composer L. V. Beethoven: “Coriolan”, “Egmont” and “Violin Concerto in D major” op. 61. The orchestra was directed by the well- known conductor, Gridi  Kraja. The evening began with  “Coriolan” and “Egmont”.

The art lovers in the hall enjoyed the two works with the proper emotion and with high artistic responsibility. The spirit and originality created by orchestras at certain moments showed quite significant qualities and values. Of course this made the conduction of the conductor Kraja even more convincing as he was loyal to the forms and to the originality. In such a framework, after two overtures of German composer Beethoven, the scene was already welcomed by the virtuoso violinist Tedi Papavrami, with the concert for the violin.  He appeared in front of the attendees full of  elegance and with that attitude that generally use to have the great  artists. This attitude proved to be quite convincing even in the very distinctive sounds and character of the concert in question. Sound quality filled the hall with lively and artistic value.

However, the violinist Tedi Papavrami proved himself as a  very high professional as in the technical point of view, but also that of musicality, which is an important element in the cultivated music. With a rare precision and interpretation of world-size dimensions. The performance of such violinists creates hope and impact on young artists to even dream of such performances and concerts one day. We suggest that the violinist Papavrami gave one of the concerts to fanatically store it in the evening with artistic value.

 

 

 

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