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Piano Day 2023 in Estonia

March 19th, 2023, 19:00

White Hall of University of Tartu Museum

Lossi 25, Tartu

Concert for Piano and Strings

Alexander Motovilov
and musicians from Lepnurm Quartet 


Piano Day, an annual worldwide event founded by a group of like-minded people, takes place on the 88th day of the year because of the number of keys on the instrument being celebrated.


The day aims to create a platform for piano-related projects to promote the development of musical dimensions and to continue sharing the centuries-old joy of playing piano. Piano Day welcomes all piano lovers — young and old, amateur and professional, of any musical direction – to join in. It is intended to be the most joyful of all holidays!


Alexander Motovilov, pianist and composer, started releasing his solo piano music in 2019. During the pandemic, suddenly without his full-time theater job, he decided to try releasing some of his piano compositions through Spotify and Apple Music. The very first track released by him scored more than 8 million plays on these online music services and a lot of positive feedback from listeners. To date, his music has been listened to over 35 million times by about 6 million people worldwide. His plays have been featured in films, TV series and theatrical productions. In his compositions, he focuses on the beauty, sincerity and originality of the musical language, which would be accessible to every listener and would certainly evoke an emotional response.

After the composer’s meeting with the musicians of Lepnurm String Quartet in 2022, the idea to create a joint project immediately arose. And now, after several months of rehearsals, the musicians are ready to share the result of their work with you.

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