Well-known Moldovan accordion player says registers folk music CD
20:42 | 15.11.2021 Category: Culture
Chisinau, 15 November /MOLDPRES/ - The conductor, accordion player Vitalie Advahov, who along with his brother Vasile Advahov is the artistic head of the Municipal Orchestra, which bears their name, has lately recorded a CD of accordion folk music and more songs with singers and bands from Moldova and Romania.
Contacted by MOLDPRES, Vitalie Advahov said that the CD was titled, La porțile dorului, and comprises 15 songs. The CVD will be launched soon.
Presently, the artist cooperates with Romanian accordion player Ionica Minune, with whom he has recorded several shows.
Vitalie Advahov was born in the Cahul city, on 18 January 1978. His basic activity, along with his brother Vasile, is the one of artistic head of the Municipal Orchestra, led by the Brothers Advahov, of composer and singer of folk and classical music. Vitalie Advahov started his musical career in his early childhood at the age of 7 years. He studied accordion at the Ciprian Porumbescu Republican Music Lyceum. After the graduation of the Music, Theatre and Fine Arts Academy in Chisinau in 2005, according with his brother Vasile, he laid the foundations of the band of the Advahov brothers, which subsequently got the status of Orchestra with 30 members. The Orchestra enjoys success both in Moldova and abroad, having cooperation with diverse singers of folk and light music, as well as original collaboration with symphony music orchestras and rock bands.
Brothers Vasile and Vitalie Advahov were awarded the honorific title of Master in Art in 2007 and in 2016 - the one of People’s Artist, for special merits in the field of music art, progress achieved in the creation activity and contribution to the promotion of the national folkloric treasure.