21 August 2019
“Batumi Black Sea Music and Art Festival line-up brings award-winning artists to the city”
“Internationally celebrated musical artists including pianists Alexander Gadjiev and Lydie Solomon and clarinetist Claudio Mansutti will join UNESCO Artist for Peace Elisso Bolkvadze and other acclaimed performers in this year's Batumi Black Sea Music and Art Festival starting next week.
In Georgia's Black Sea coastline city, the prized artists will be part of a line-up bringing a ten-day celebration of classical music masterpieces to audience, while Michel Sogny, a renowned music teacher will lead master classes on piano education.”
“Pianist, actor and composer Solomon, praised for her wide-ranging artistic talent, will join the roster of performing acts in Batumi with a recital of Beethoven and Ravel, after Georgian pianist David Aladashvili and conductor Giancarlo de Lorenzo also appear in the programme over the preceding evenings of the festival.”
“Established in 2013, the festival is held under the patronage of the President of Georgia, with organisers placing a particular importance on making it accessible to young talent from various regions where opportunity for musical education is often scarce.”