MY HEART IS NOT OF STONE
Muse, model, lover or mother? Peggy Guggenheim asked herself the same question that became the catalyst for her 1943 exhibition: women artists.
At the same time,
the two most rebellious Russian women-poets:
Anna Ahmatova y Marina Tsvetayeva, were adored and hated by the public while they suffered the persecution of a regime that did not accept their daring, sincere and sensual texts. Seventy-five years later, the question is still relevant …
An intimate concert of jazz seasoned with poetic readings and a lot of feeling that will make us reflect on the changes in the perception of the roles of women in today’s society.
En un momento convulso de la sociedad rusa nacen estas dos mujeres, avanzadas a su tiempo, fieles a sí mismas y de gran valentía.
Lyrucs by Anna Ahmatova y Marina Tsvetayeva in Russian.
Original music by Iryna Parr
Music style “TROPI RUSO”:
+ Boleros – not always serios
The project has been created in collaboration with my soul brothers and “long-suffering socialist compatriots” – Cuban guitarists Ahmed Dickinson Cardenas and Walfrido Dominguez and Russian pianist Artashes Aslanyan