Songs & Skirmishes for Strings – Sonata for solo violin, 1. Lalobach | Jesse Voogt


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Songs & Skirmishes for Strings – Sonata for solo violin, 1. Lalobach

Oleg Bezuglov, violin
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There are several composers that can be identified as influences in this movement other than Édouard Lalo and J.S. Bach, but this piece was born of a subconscious attempt to combine the more mathematical Bach with showier, fiery Lalo.


Praised by Phoenix Classical for “deeply poetic playing, precise intonation and technique” Dr. Oleg Bezuglov enjoys international career as a concert violinist, chamber musician, music educator and entrepreneur. The violinist of the Russian origin Oleg Bezuglov, was recognized as the Laureate of the National Award Program “Golden Talent” of the Russian Performing Art foundation. He was titled as the Honored Worker of the Russian Music Society for his contributions to popularization of the classical music worldwide, and numerous awards at the international competitions.
With his various solo and chamber music projects Oleg Bezuglov was featured at such prestigious musical festival as the Festivalensemble Stuttgart, Salzburg Festival, Lucerne Festival, Festival of Ensemble Duos “Odessa Dialogues”, Festivals of Contemporary Music “Rostov Premieres”, and the Cello Plus Annual Festival. He performed in famous concert halls throughout Asia, Europe, and America, including KKL Lucern in Switzerland, Beethovensaal in Germany, Großes Fesfspielhaus in Austria, Gyeonggi-do in South Korea, Merkin Hall and Jordan Hall in United States, Rachmaninoff Concert Hall in Russia, and Stolyarsky’s School Hall in Ukraine.
Dr. Bezuglov holds Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Violin Performance from the Michigan State University College of Music, and a Doctorate in Chamber Music Performance from the Rostov State Conservatory in Russia.

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