Intertwining Arts

CROSSOVER ART PROJECTS

piano performance blended with other visual and performing art genres

Next event: MAY 24, 2019

Interview with our Philosophy Advisor Dilectiss Liu

Today we are very happy to share a very interesting and profound interview with our very own Dilectiss Liu! Anastasia Panova, specially for Interwining Arts.

Q: How did you meet the Intertwining Arts team?

I was at the end of my studies in Canberra during the autumn of 2014, when the second Australian International Chopin Competition took place. There I had met Elina, and we exchanged our thoughts on Chopin and his artist compatriots. The continuation of these exchanges marked the beginning of our first Intertwining Arts project “Chopin: A Letter Through the Parisian Years”.

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Fractured Atlas Spotlight!

Elina Akselrud is founder of Intertwining Arts and creator of CROSSOVER ART PROJECTS- piano performance blended with other visual and performing art genres. Intertwining Arts has been a member of Fractured Atlas since 2016 and is based between New York and Lucerne, Switzerland.

How has Fractured Atlas benefitted your artistic practice?
Fractured Atlas gave a way for Intertwining Arts to become an organization. This is crucial for every kind of creative professional that is seriously oriented towards presenting their work. The Intertwining Arts team has successfully presented two multidisciplinary performance projects. The first one, “CHOPIN: A Letter through the Parisian Years,” unites live music, photography, and theater in one multifaceted performance. It was performed in Paris, France; Zurich and Lucerne, Switzerland; and Munich, Germany. Its cinematic version was released in Paris, France and is currently available on YouTube.

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New Project Announcement! TRANSIENCE: Painting after Scriabin and Vine

Hi World!

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It’s been a while….. So we have some exciting announcement and a couple of synesthetic questions for you! Can you hear colors? And how about seeing music? Sounds like some kind of a superpower, right? But this experience is more real than you could ever imagine. For many months we have been preparing a unique project, uniting musical and visual art experience into one performance. Are you ready to feel this magic?💫⠀

We're happy to introduce our new crossover art project:⠀
𝗧 𝗥 𝗔 𝗡 𝗦 𝗜 𝗘 𝗡 𝗖 𝗘: Painting after Scriabin and Vine

📍 Marianischer Saal, Lucerne, Switzerland⠀
📅 May 24, 2019⠀
🕢 19:30 - 21:00⠀

Elina Akselrud, piano
Anna Prydatko, painting
LIVE PERFORMANCE

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Don't miss the opportunity to open the new facets of the art experience!

Cheers,
The Intertwining Arts team

The SCRIABIN SONATAS Reimagined, Part 1: The sound recorded + footage filmed!

Hello world! 🌎

How are you all doing this summer? It’s been a while since our last update, but we have been working hard in the studio 🎤🎹 and today we are happy to announce that we have finished the entire filming 🎥 and sound editing 🎧 process of the project “The Scriabin Sonatas Reimagined, Part 1”. A huge thanks to Thomas Gabriel Recording GmbH and Nicole Wanderon for the sound/video work. Next stage: video postproduction 💻, stay tuned for more news!

The SCRIABIN SONATAS Reimagined, Part 1: Swiss Tour & the End of the 2017-18 Season

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We did it! We closed the season 2017/18!🎉


🎵The cinematic version of the Chopin Project
🎵The film release in Paris
🎵The long-awaited premiere of the Scriabin Sonatas Project
🎵A Swiss tour in June (four cities). And it's just a small part of the Intertwining Arts team work, the biggest part of which is left behind the scene.

We are happy that you were with us all these months and we hope to see you again in the fall!🍁 And what we value most of all is your feedback! If you would like to share your opinion and suggestions with us, please fill a short questionnaire (3-4 mins). We will also be happy to receive your messages by Email, on Facebook and Instagram.📩 The Intertwining Arts team wishes you an unforgettable summer!

Swiss and German Premieres of the Chopin Project!

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An enormous Danke Schön to everyone who participated in and helped with our Swiss and German performances of the Chopin Project (in Lucerne, Zurich, and Munich)!


It was a wonderful time and I am very happy and proud of my team, you guys are the best!


A special thank you to our Swiss supporters: Migros Kulturprozent, Kanton Zürich Fachstelle Kultur and our precious sponsor of the German Premiere - Steinway&Sons for making this all possible!

Now moving on to the next steps & locations - stay tuned for updates!

Ein schönes Wochenende und herzliche Grüße aus Deutschland,
Elina and Team

 

THANK YOU, MERCI, GRAZIE, DANKE, СПАСИБО, ДЯКУЮ!!!

Dear Friends,

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We did it.  The premiere of “CHOPIN: A Letter through the Parisian Years” took place on April 1, 2016 at the Foundation of the United States in Paris, France.  And nothing would have happened without your tremendous support.  We had a full-house in a completely overbooked venue with a live wait-list, nearly 200 occupied seats.  People arrived especially for this event from the United States, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Ukraine, and many places in France.

 

You know, I feel truly lucky and blessed in my life because of the people I am surrounded with.  It is a real happiness when those around are so responsive, kind-hearted, and understanding.  I am grateful from the bottom of my heart to all of you, who helped us in any way.  It would not be possible to create this project without such wonderful people involved.

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The financial report is available for the donors only, upon request.  The prints for the donors will be mailed out this weekend.  The DVD will be created over the next few months and I will announce more information on it later on.

 

We are now open to invitations for the future performances of this project.  Feel free to throw in ideas!

 

Click here to see the photo album of the Premiere Day!

Yours,

Elina Akselrud and the Intertwining Arts Chopin Project Team