Neo-classic, neo-romanticism – usually this kind of music is defined in that way (refer, for example, to Roman Kolyada
, Dmytro Krasnoukhov
, Oleksiy Revenko
). Although, eventually, this kind of definition is only a hint at that this music is rooted in. Worthy music education (or self-education) plus aptitude for improvisation, the desire to perform not only someone else's music – and the ability to implement one's own thoughts, impressions, and experiences in the melodies. In the case where only one piano sounds – everything is as transparent, sincere, and apparent as possible. There is nothing to hide behind – this is, actually, a conversation without intermediaries – and this is, perhaps, what is most captivating. Sure, provided the music is good – but otherwise, probably, we would hardly be able to speak about transparency. Anyway, the dreamy melodies by Bohdan Matviychuk cause the desire to watch, to listen closer: there is that subtle degree of silence in them that makes it possible to hear – your own heart.. Mezzo forte, "not too loudly" – isn't it the way the lightest dreams, memories, and reflections come to us? Such soft music does not overshadow the world – on the contrary, it slightly opens some door, allows letting in, absorbing more, wider, and more delicately than usual. In the world where speed is constantly increasing, it is an outstanding joy..