Rouge Profond

Red attracts the most attention and is associated with strong emotions, such as love, passion, and anger. It’s the universal color to signify strength, power, courage, and danger. From red hair to the red carpet in events, it is a color that’s regarded as a head-turner due to its warm, bright hues.

Red is vibrant, stimulating and exciting with a strong link to sexuality and increased appetites. We think of vitality, the life-giving power of blood, and helping people in need. Red has the longest wavelength of any color. It’s the first color babies can see, and it’s the very first color to vanish as the sun sets.
Red is the first color that humans mastered, fabricated, reproduced, and broke down into different shades. It is also one of the earliest colors used by artists during the prehistoric period.
Throughout the Middle Ages, red had a religious significance. It was the color of the blood of Christ. In the Renaissance period, red colors were supposed to draw the viewer’s attention to the most influential figures in a painting. Red gives us the motivation to do our best in doing the things we love.

Sensual and subtle, like an exotic aroma, the melody envelops the listener, setting up an intimate dialogue with the soul, revealing new facets of the subconscious with each musical phrase.

Rouge Profond is the musical composition from Rouge Noir piano album by Anna Bondareva available on all platforms!

La Croix de Vie

The most fundamental meaning of the Ankh is perhaps the concept of life. It symbolizes the divine and eternal life force, essential to the ancient Egyptians’ understanding of existence. The loop at the top of the Ankh represents a mirror or portal to the afterlife, connecting earthly life to the divine and eternal. That is why The Ankh is often associated with the idea of ​​immortality and the eternal soul. What makes a particular genre of music immortal? The same thing that makes any human creation immortal. To become immortal, a genre of music must fulfill an everlasting need. The only genres of music we know of that come anywhere near that are the spiritual ones.

Classical music is timeless. For years, it has appealed to millions of people throughout history; it’s not going to disappear without a trace. It’s hard to accept that classical music has declined in appeal, especially as the generations progress. One thing is certain and true treasure always prevails in the end.

La Croix de Vie by Anna Bondareva will be released on Wednesday, 21th of February! With this new single, AB Neoclassical Music is opening a new series of music albums dedicated to symbols.


Suite de Printemps

The month of February is always associated with the anticipation of spring…

Spring  is so much more than a transitional time between frigid temperatures and balmy summer days. It’s a season of beautiful blooming flowers and new beginnings, and with the right inspirational music, you can start yours off on the most uplifting and joyful note. Allow yourself to take on the warmer season in stride with our upcoming spring piano release by Anna Bondareva   Suite de Printemps (Intro, Valse Chromatique , La Petite Mazurka & Chaconne) coming out next Friday, on the 16th of February.

The mysterious workings of composer’s mind generate music that possesses and transmits emotional rapture and a consuming, hypnotic energy which does have the power to envelop the listener in a voluptuous world of spellbinding, life-affirming, sensuous sound!

The Curious Soundworld of Anna Bondareva

Anna Bondareva believes music should be intimately connected to all of human experience. Perhaps this explains the breathless sensuality, the roaring passion and mystic spirituality of her piano compositions. All of human life is here: its ecstasy and agony, terror and beauty.

The music of Anna Bondareva inhabits a distinctive, personal soundworld which is not easy to define. It is the music of unusual structure, ecstasy, tumult and passion. For some listeners, and artists too, it is this “over-the-top-ness” that is off-putting; for others, her sense of excess and rapture is compelling.

In her piano music, she reveals herself as a master of the miniature. The music of extremes, it is “hyper everything”, and as such it defies description or categorization. Its language is complex, often atonal and frequently almost impenetrable. It is excessive, overripe, decadent, modern and fresh sounding, sensuous and frenzied.

Save the date for AB NeoClassical Music release @abpianomusic @sacem :
Poèmes Prophétiques: Wednesday 14th of February!