Goa is a small place, and and some might argue that, especially during the monsoons, tadalafil there’s not all that much happening in the local art and music scene. Streets would argue otherwise. Sometimes you have to look to find it, but during any given week there are all sorts of artistic and musical gems… Read more »

An Extraordinary Recital

by Goa Streets

Goa is a small place, and and some might argue that, especially during the monsoons, tadalafil there’s not all that much happening in the local art and music scene. Streets would argue otherwise. Sometimes you have to look to find it, but during any given week there are all sorts of artistic and musical gems happening around the state. This week was no exception. An extraordinary piano and cello recital took place at Calangute’s Art Chamber on July 1, with two young classical musicians wowing a small but very appreciative crowd. Neville Bharucha, a 20-year-old piano prodigy who’s been giving concert-level performances since age 9, and Bianca Mendonca, a 22-year-old cello virtuoso, played selections from Mendelssohn, Francoeur, Arutunian, Moszkowski and Grieg that can only be described as breathtaking. The two, who put together their program in just two days, are among the best young classical musicians in India. When introducing  young Bianca, Art Chamber’s Rudolf Kammermeier questioned her plans to head to Australia this month to complete a degree in Business, suggesting she should pursue her music instead. Sorry Bianca. We agree.

 

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