"MoscowBoys" - the second performance of the quartet of virtuosos, the second story, coined and told by the director, choreographer Igor Orshuljak. After a touching and desperately audacious "Taper-show", "MoscowBoys" confidently and boldly enter the stage. A new genre of musical theater, coined by producer Elshan Mamedov, surprised the Moscow audience three years ago. "THEATER OF MUSICIANS" surprised by its appearance: it is always difficult to believe that here and now - in our time on our stage - the discovery is being made, a project is launched, which has no analogues in the world.
Four musicians - violins - Alexey Zavgorodny and Pavel Tsvetkov, viola - Andrei Chaporov and cello - Grigory Goryachev - for an hour and a half on the stage take us away their world, with which you do not want to say goodbye. To which it is necessary and important to return, touch, sit next, see, hear, feel. What for? To the question "and so it is possible?" Get a confident answer "YES!". So you can: laugh, dance, somersault, roller-skate, jump, stand on your head and at the same time follow the musical score. Who knows how to dance and play the violin? Try to do it at the same time. Happened? Do not worry, these guys also did not immediately. There was a goal, there was a desire, no one spoke of obstacles. Those who thought for a minute that "it is impossible" did not pass the casting. Those who passed, released the second performance.
About what? The play is new - an eternal theme. Of course, love! What else? Love of life, love of music, love of freedom. Freedom as a principle of fullness and joy of life. Bound with the frames "so accepted" and "so necessary," we miss bright moments of happiness only because their sound and color "do not fit" into the usual notions of the world. "MoscowBoys" is a classical string quartet, putting stable ideas about the classics under the big question. Why it is necessary to play music, sitting on a chair? Why can not Tchaikovsky and Timberlake meet in one composition? If so, like them, to own the instrument, choreography, acrobatics, pantomime skill, acting, then "the impossible is possible." + Why do we need this - the audience? It's because you know and see that these guys live and play in this life here and now. And when the thought on the topic "impossible" is knocked, it's safe to say to myself - "everything is possible - I saw, heard, felt, and so on."
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