Kirill Troussov and Alexandra Troussova have circled the globe performing together for nearly 25 years.
They got an early start. Troussov, a violinist, made his orchestral debut at age 6; pianist Troussova's debut performance was at age 7.
“One of us can spontaneously go any direction in the music during the performance and the other one just feels it and follows,” Troussov said. “Playing together as brother and sister is a wonderful present.”
The siblings will bring their talent to Tuesday Musical's season-ending performance Tuesday at 7:15 p.m.
The recital at Joslyn's Witherspoon Concert Hall is an ambitious mix of works for violin and piano by Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Schnittke and Prokofiev, along with solo piano works by Liszt, Schumann and a solo violin work by Antonio Bazzini.
“The pieces we have chosen for our recital are all very different, of course, because of their different styles, but at the same time each of them has one thing in common — a deep romantic soul,” Troussov said. “It is a very colorful combination of styles with one goal — to reach the depth of the soul,”
Admission to the concert is free.
Barbara Taxman, program chairman for the concert series, said the final concert is “Tuesday Musical's gift to the community for having supported the organization for 125 years.”
For information, call 402-551-2234 or go to www.tuesdaymusicalomaha.org.
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