Johann Sebastian Bach, Sonata II BWV 1003, Allegro

As I continue to improve my guitar skills over many decades, I keep my eyes and ears open for artists to listen to.  Tatyana Ryzhkovais is a fantastic young artist that will captivate you.

She was born in 1986 in Minsk, the capital of Belarus. At the age of 10, she took her first guitar lessons from the best music teacher of Belarus, V.V.Gromov. Thanks to her talent, perseverance and the guidance of her teacher, she was able to achieve a high proficiency level, which allowed her to perform successfully at an international duets competition in Poland. As the youngest competitor, Tatyana got the highest mark in her group and was given an honorary diploma.

In the following three years, Tatyana took part in more than 200 concerts on some of the most significant stages of Minsk and Belarus, such as the Big Hall of The National Philharmonic, Theatre of Musical Comedy, the Church of St. Roch, and also at some governmental and presidential concerts.
In 1999 Tatyana Ryzhkova was given the scholarship of the Presidential foundation in support of young talents. Various radio and TV performances helped her win love and success of the public.

I hope you enjoy her as much as I do.

http://www.youtube.com

About Dr Bill Wooten

Organizational Psychologist,Guitarist, Banjo Picker, Bicyclist, Reader and Books, Books, Books
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10 Responses to Johann Sebastian Bach, Sonata II BWV 1003, Allegro

  1. mimijk says:

    Wow – what a talented young woman!!

  2. Kim13 says:

    Simply stunning…wow.

  3. Kim13 says:

    Reblogged this on Quiet Desperation and commented:
    If you wish to hear beauty…sit in silence and play this. Ohmygoodness…sigh.

  4. KOH  says:

    Wonderful~
    A happy new year

  5. Pingback: Johann Sebastian Bach, Sonata II BWV 1003, Allegro | Quiet Desperation

  6. omtatjuan says:

    Excellent! I wish I could play.

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