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Astor Piazzolla - Adiós Nonino (#BerkleeTogether Concert Series ft Sev and Sonya)

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Piano duo Sev and Sonya—Gorsev Tepe of Kyrenia, Cyprus, and Sonya Shalyagina of Moscow, Russia—perform Astor Piazzolla's "Adiós Nonino." Coming from different sides of the world, their interest in piano duets and classical improvisation began their journey as a duo at Berklee. They've performed various shows and recorded pieces from Astor Piazzolla.

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Pianists: Gorsev Tepe and Sonya Shalyagina

Produced by Steffan Hacker
Edited by Jeannie Greeley
Post-production finishing by Steffan Hacker
Audio mixing by Andrés Gonzalez-Cardona

Russia: Maria Belyaeva
Cyprus: Ozgur Uzuner (piano) & Cansu Onder (b-roll)

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