Tenderness, fragility, calm and passion... at the concert of "Night Gravity" (PHOTOS)
The concert of "Night Gravity" performed by Mariana Bodnar (vocals), Anzhelika Fuks (piano) and Diana Havata (cello) that took place in Uzhgorod "Ilko" gallery was very atmospheric.
The trio was formed relatively recently, they played only two concerts together, but the women talk enthusiastically about their plans for the future. The girls work in the styles of classics, "neo-classics" and "classical crossover" - a musical style that is the synthesis, the harmonious combination of classical music and pop, rock, electronic music.
"We are a trio in which each leader plays her own instrument. Mine is voice. Performing with Anzhelika and Diana, I'm comfortable to be on stage. There is a harmony. Although originally we planned a one-off joint concert, now we think of extension and development of the group. We love the classics, but we want others to love it too. So, we plan to invite a bass player and a DJ to give a new sound to classical music" - Mariana Bodnar told the correspondent of Uzhgorod.in.
Anzhelika Fuks, who played piano at the concert says that she started playing this instrument at an early age. At the age of 9, she already played in the Philharmonic. She studied music abroad. In the project "Night Gravity", she improvises. She also makes movies.
The cellist Diana Havata can not imagine her life without music. She toured almost half the world with concerts. She plays in the symphony orchestra of the Transcarpathian Regional Philharmonic.
"3 leaders, 3 soloists, 3 persons who want to make something new and modern. With this concert, we proved that we can do it. When we perform together, we are united as one, although we have very different characters. We try to make music with our hearts, as my mentors taught me" - Diana Havata said after the concert.
In the future, the musicians want to perform on the big stage to show what they have learnt. And they have learnt a lot, but continue to work on themselves.