Moscow Conservatory presents Scriabin and Tchaikovsky music in 3D-visualization

The program includes "The Nutcracker" by Tchaikovsky and "The Poem of Ecstasy" by Scriabin
15 January 2016
Maxim Shemetov / TASS

Music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky and Alexander Scriabin with a unique 3D visualization will be presented at a concert in the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, the concert organizer Maria Chernova said. The program includes "The Nutcracker" by Tchaikovsky and "The Poem of Ecstasy" by Scriabin.

"We want to show the unprepared viewer all the beauty of classical music – its bright images, the colors. We want to make it clear that classical music is not boring. And then the audience will be able to imagine the colors and images of one or another classical piece," Chernova said.

The Russian National Orchestra (RNO) will participate in the event, cunducted by Bolshoi Theater conductor Dmitry Kryukov. The visualization of the project involved an international team of artists and technicians, who worked on such projects such as "Audiovisual concert in Gorky Park", a show at the Tretyakov Gallery and the New Manezh, as well as Scriabin Lab at the Scriabin Museum.

"We are interested to present our visual interpretation of "The Nutcracker" by Tchaikovsky. This is an incredibly beautiful music, filled with vivid images. And it has its magic, as well as Scriabin's music," Chernova said.

The event organizers plan to continue the project of 3D-visualization of the classics, using works by the great composers for solo instruments as a base material.