Schostakowitsch and Afrika

Art and Ideology


Vienna, MAK – Austrian Museum of
Applied Arts / Contemporary Art


Sunday, 20. August 1995, 9pm



Sergej Bugaev Afrika, KRIMANIA

Introduction speach:

Sergej Bugaev Afrika, Peter Noever, Christian Vranek

Music program:

Dmitrij Schostakowitsch
Piano trio Nr. 2 in E minor, op.67
Andante Moderato - Allegro non troppo - Largo - Allegretto

Trio Piolinello:
Christian Schmidt, Piano
Florian Bartussek, Violin
Wolfgang Rieger, Violoncello

Guidance by the exhibition:

Sergej Bugaev Afrika

-- Break --

Dmitrij Schostakowitsch
Sonata for Viola op. 147
Moderato - Allegretto - Adagio

Kaori Yoshida, Viola
Bettina Riedel, Piano

Art and ideology formed the motive for this art evening which was also organized as a memorial concert for Dmitrij Schostakowitsch. Both artists Schostakowitsch and Afrika are influenced in her works ideologically. But what were the results? How dealed the artists the ideological influence? An evening with lot of interesting questions about art, political pressure, ideology, art market etc. During the break of the concert Sergei Bugaev Afrika led personally by his exhibition. 


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