On the 12th of June, Russian Centre of Science and Culture in Kuala Lumpur held a violin recital by outstanding musicians Maya Musaeva (violin), Kenneth Te Kien Huat (piano) and associate artists Dr. Karen Lonsdale (flute), Joiner Junior Hermon (violin) and Oswald Oliver Disimon (piano). Before the concert started, Maya congratulated all guests with the National Russian Day and explained to the audience the significance of Russian music in the World of art.
The concert began with a piece written in 1912 by Russian composer Sergei Rachmaninoff “Vocalise”, performed by Maya Musaeva, accompanied by Malaysian pianist Kenneth Te, graduate of the Moscow State Conservatory named after Tchaikovsky, and currently a lecturer at the UCSI University. The program included some of the greatest works by Russian composers such as P.Tchaikovsky, D. Shostakovich, A. Glazunov and M. Glinka.
The recital was attended by representatives of foreign missions abroad, Malaysian public, students and lecturers from musical faculties of local universities, foreign friends of RCSC and Russian compatriots living in Malaysia.
The recital gained a tremendous success, while performers were greeted with long standing ovations.