In-Temporalis Begins its Russian Tour in St. Petersburg
On May 18 St. Petersburg's Smolny Cathedral concert hall was the scene of a concert by the duet, In-Temporalis. ExpoForum and the St. Petersburg Gas Forum sponsored the event. This marked the launch of In-Temporalis' tour of major Russian cities.
Works by world famous classical composers, such as Grieg, were performed, as well as works by Rachmaninov, Bach, Beethoven, and Rossini. However, the musicians made their own postmodern interpretation. Their creative alliance attempted to establish a natural interaction of classical piano and ethnic percussion rhythms. This supreme art of performing and constant creative search is the secret of success for Polina Fradkina (piano) and Yoel Gonzalez (percussion). Their musical experiments are bold and provocative, and therefore evoke a controversial response in music critics. The duet’s admirers were full of applause and the musicians made several encores.
ExpoForum general director, Anatoly Erkulov, shared his impressions after the concert: “In-Temporalis is an excellent example of how two gifted people create new art through hard work, a strong desire, and inspiration. I follow their creative development with great interest, and I enjoyed every minute of their new concert program”.
On May 31, 2011, St Petersburg’s Natural Gas Forum 2011 began working. ExpoForum, along with Gazprom Natural Gas Distribution, and FarExpo, are the organizers of this event. The Forum intends to unite natural gas industry experts from all over Russia. Exhibition and business programs will focus on the modernization of the industry, field development, production, transportation, processing, and the storage and distribution of gas.
ExpoForum JSC received permission from the St. Petersburg State Service for Construction Supervision and Expertise to drive the first piles in the foundation of the future international convention and exhibition centre.
The Fifth International Forum, ``From Science to Business: modern interaction between universities and the high-tech industry,’’ opened today in St. Petersburg. ExpoForum is one of the organizers.
The new concert program of the St. Petersburg duo, In-Temporalis, which performs classical music into a modern interpretation, will be held May 18 at the Smolny Cathedral. This is also the group's start of a grand tour around Russia that will last until the spring of 2012.
In 2012, with support from the Chinese Educational Association for International Exchanges (CEAIE), ExpoForum will organize an exhibition for Chinese universities.