In my composing work, I feel incredibly fortunate to have had most of the pieces I’ve composed performed at least once. This is a post about the opposite — pieces I’ve composed that haven’t (yet) been performed. A playlist of score videos awaits.
“Shtetl Portrait” was the first piece that came out of this beautiful fadolín, at the house of its maker, Alexander Tulchinsky, in Connecticut, in early February of 2022. I often play “Shtetl Portrait” as a warmup while practicing. It’s quiet and tender, and takes advantage of the fadolín range in a non-flashy way. I hope that you’ll enjoy it, too!
Foreword: I’m increasingly cautious about text on the internet — but with little literature about…
A photo report from our concert at Lincoln Center’s David Rubenstein Atrium with Trio Fadolín, my wife Inna, my parents, and special guests
Dear Friends, It’s with deepest gratitude that I can share with you some exciting news …
Watch a video of “The Gaze”, the first track from Ljova’s new album “Lost in Kino 2”
Miroslav Skoryk: MelodiaМирослав Скорик: Mелодiя recorded in concert on February 25 2022 Ljova, fadolín #songsforpeace
A “Behind the Tracks” post about “Playground Móòd”, improvised in April 2020 during the height of the pandemic’s first wave.
A “Behind The Tracks” post about Ljova’s composition “A Nocturne”
Continuing the thread of “Behind The Tracks” posts about my new album “Enter The Fadolín”, this post focuses on two tracks that go back-to-back, hand-in-hand:
“Going Home -> Leaving Home -> Finding Home Again” and “Light”
Listen to them both below as you read this post.