LoftMusic – a private concert and lecture hall for art lovers. We invite an eclectic mix of people, like famous artists, philosophers, collectors, and critics. But not only famous people... we are interested in storytellers, living people with an interesting history, such as a physicist who develops unique materials, young startups with ambitious projects, classical musicians, or creators of electronic music. We are interested in hearing different opinions on various topics. History. History. History. In discussion there can be found collaboration. What can come out of the collaboration of an artist, programmer, collector, philosopher, businessman ...? Artists broaden the mind of business people, philosophers and programmers define new coordinates for artists, physicists are pushing innovators ...in every language there are limits, and we are looking for interdisciplinary language, language that’s not restricted by profession.
Among our guests was the organist Vladimir Nesterenko.
Vladimir Nesterenko is quite possibly one of the most interesting and ground-breaking organists in Russia today. Sometimes eccentric, but always exhilarating, Vladimir performed a few of his pieces at an exclusive gathering hosted by SDV.
Back in 2004, Nesterenko was named the Jazz Journalists Association of Russia "Hope of Russian Jazz", and in 2005 he served an internship in the United States at New York’s Thelonious Monk Jazz Institute. In 2009 he released a solo album "ZeliBop”- the first, but not last: the second album will be released this year under the Artbeat record label.
Nesterenko’s music harmoniously combines fresh ideas and solutions with the deepest respect for the jazz "roots" and tradition of classical music. Vladimir is a marvelous combination of shy and smiling, he is a discreet man, but undoubtedly charming.