On March 29, Terra Sounds presents "Classically Trained" - show by visual artist Ksenia Poulber and classical pianist Ani Gogova

Terra Sounds Art & Concert Series Presents Classically Trained: An Art Installation by visual artist Ksenia Poulber and classical pianist Ani Gogova

Glenview, IL On March 29th, Terra Sounds presents the works of Ksenia Poulber, a Chicago-based artist and photographer, and Ani Gogova, Bulgarian-born virtuoso classical pianist. The photography and music installation “ Classically Trained” is an abstract study of a female body in space, and the relationship to its surroundings. A music and art experience, this installation is a journey consisting of images of a ballet dancer and musical compositions by Medtner, Brahms, Rachmaninoff and Ginastera exposing a wide emotional range from fragile intimacy to feverishly sweeping passion, and the contrast between tension and flow within the black and white images that are projected alongside the pianist.  

Saturday, March 29, 2014, 5-8pm
Terra Sounds School of Music. 924 Waukegan Rd, Glenview, IL
FREE (suggested donation $10)
Please RSVP as space is limited: (847) 737-1850 or customerservice@terrasounds.com    

About Ksenia Poulber

Poulber’s fascination with the human form had made itself known as she begun to explore her artistic self-expression first through painting, and later with photography. “I like to watch people move, when I notice something beautiful, a line here, a look there, I like to capture it“ says Poulber, “I like to push people's creative edge, as well as my own, I like to invent and experiment, and I think that it shows in my work.” Her paintings and photographs have been presented at numerous self-produced exhibitions in the US, as well as published in local and international magazines, such as CS Magazine, VS Chicago and Fashion Affair (London) and others.  

About Ani Gogova
Gogova’s “dazzling artistic presence”, “masterful poetic expression”, “ravishing colors”, and “virtuoso technique beyond reproach” have been captivating audiences around the world for almost two decades. Her career started early in her native Bulgaria after winning top prizes in several national and international competitions for young pianists. Since then Gogova has performed in Bulgaria, Italy, Serbia, England, Slovenia, Romania, Portugal, Macedonia, France, and the US. Her solo renditions have been heard on the Bulgarian National Radio, FM Classic Radio, Interlochen Public Radio, and WFMT Chicago. Gogova holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and has been living in Chicago since 2003 when she was appointed at Roosevelt University becoming the youngest professor to join the world-renowned faculty of the Music Conservatory at the time.  
About Terra Sounds School of Music & Arts
Terra Sounds is a new concept of dynamic education in music and creative arts for kids, teens, and adults. The school’s faculty consists of some of the most talented musicians and artists in the Chicagoland area. From private lessons in music, arts, and languages to multi-disciplinary group classes, jam sessions, and recording services, the Terra Sounds experience inspires students of all levels to realize their full potential. From its inception, Terra Sounds’ mission has been to establish a community that will foster creativity in multiple forms and encourage the passion for the arts in students of all ages.  


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