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What is happening on Monday, May 13th? You will get the chance to enjoy the everlasting sounds of W.A. Mozart, F. Mendelssohn and G. Bottesini at a concert that will be performed at the Italian Cultural Institute on the day.
The main attraction of the show is not the symphonies of Mozart or Bottesini, but it is Girma Yifrashewa, our own acclaimed pianist.
Born in Addis Ababa, Girma was introduced to the piano at the age of 16 when he joined the Yared School of Music where he studied for four years and graduated with a diploma in piano. He then went to Bulgaria for further education and enrolled at the Sofia State Conservatory of Music where he earned his Masters Degree in piano.
His best achievement to date is said to perform in the spheres of romantic and impressionist catalogues, above all the piano works of Schumann, Schubert, Chopin and Debussy. He also has a preference and well-determined approach to the music of Bach as well as to those of Mozart and Beethoven. Girma has so far released three albums: the Shepherd with the Flute, released in 2001, Meleya Keleme, released in 2003 and Elilta, released in 2005.
Girma’s rendition of the famous Shepherd with the Flute, based on the composition of Dr. Ashenafi Kebede, is said to be one of his finest. His latest album “Elilta” exclusively features his own compositions and arrangements, and the pieces are all based on Ethiopian traditional tunes.
Don’t miss the performance of Girma Yifrashewa along with the Ethio-Classic Chamber Orchestra on May 13th; there is no doubt that it will be a memorable night.
“My life has not always been easy. I am nevertheless extremely grateful for each experience, as it has helped to make me what I am today. I have been to many parts of the world and have had the honor to meet many people. I would like to thank all individuals and institutions that have made it possible for me to experience diverse cultures and share my own. I will redouble my efforts to bring my music to the world. The journey continues… “, Girma said.