The M&N Duo Presents:

World Music and Wine

October 16th, 2021 @ 7:30 PM at The Diamond Hall, Charlotte, NC

Doors open at 7:00 p.m. Dress code: business casual.

Address: 2920 Old Monroe Rd Suite B Matthews NC 28104

The concert program will include a variety of captivating works by American, Russian, Italian and Latin American composers.
Tickets are $25 (plus transaction fee).
Ticket holders may also purchase a voucher for:

a wine, cheese and fruit platter for two,  including an exotic wine pairing from the Eastern European Republic of Georgia (Chardonnay and Cabernet are also available as a choice). Vouchers are $22 (plus transaction fee) and must be purchased in advance;

one cup of hot tea with an assortment of European cookies. Voucher is $7 (plus transaction fee);

The health and safety of our attendees is paramount, ticket sales will be limited to a total of 50.  Masks are required!

The M&N duo was formed in Fall of 2019 and consists of internationally recognized musicians Marina Alexandra (guitar) and Natalya Petrova (percussion).

Marina Alexandra has established herself as a dynamic performer with a powerful stage presence. Finger Style Guitar Magazine described her as an “amazing player that commands the guitar with world-class technique and musicianship that is uncommon.” Marina Alexandra has a concert career spanning the last fifteen years, having performed on National Public Radio, at a TEDx conference (with ~3 million video views), the Piccolo Spoleto Festival, Allentown Radio, New Orleans International Guitar Festival, Oklahoma Guitar Festival, and hundreds of other venues including colleges, music festivals and museums throughout the US.  She has released three albums: Timeless Enchantment (Baroque, Classical, Modern, and Latin-American music), A Moment of Magic (modern music by Russian composer Nikita Koshkin), and Americas from North to South (flute and guitar music). Her albums have received praise from such prestigious music magazines as Soundboard, Classical Guitar (UK), and American Record Guide.

Natalya Petrova was born in a family that loved music. Her uncle was the conductor of Kazakhstan’s prestigious Astana National Orchestra. At the age of 9, she was accepted into an art school for talented children to pursue piano studies. At 16, she was accepted to a music college to pursue a degree in music theory and choral conducting. For her graduate degree, Natalya decided to pursue her true passion, percussions. She has performed with the Military National Orchestra of Kazakhstan and the Kazakhstan Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as multiple bands. She immigrated to the US in 2015. In the US, she regularly performs for musicals and theaters in the North Carolina area.