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28 January 2015 | 13:50
Ecaterina Baranov: It is difficult to make yourself noticed in Moldova
If a musician knows how to bring an important and well developed message, from the the artistic point of view, it is always well received by audiences abroad who need talents. That’s Catherine Baranov’s opinion, a pianist originally from Moldova who successfully plays in the French capital, Paris.
Young Moldovan told the show "Music for Europe", highlighting that classical music is little heard in Moldova, and it does not create an early atmosphere for young musicians.

"Classical music remains music heard especially by elite society, but in Moldova, there are too few such passionate music lovers, so we can not go back with some programs, concerts, and what happens occurs only in Chisinau," Ecaterina Baranov said.

"I wish and I hope that someday I will be able to return home. This is my dream, but at the moment it is impossible. It is difficult to make yourself noticed being musician in our country, it is difficult to impose yourself. We have great potential, but we have no classical music market. We do not have in our blood the culture to listen to the classical music, as it is, for example, in France," noted with regret the pianist.

Ecaterina Baranov will perform on February 5, 2015 at the Organ Hall in Chisinau.

More details on this topic, there are in the show "Music for Europe".
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