Instructor: Oleg Sulyga
Native of Moscow, Russia, Oleg Sulyga began his music education in the Moscow Central Music School. He later continued it at SMU in Dallas, studied in Paris, France, and the University of Houston under guidance of Professor Emanuel Borok. Mr. Sulyga was a member of world-renowned ensemble “The Moscow Virtuosi” led by Vladimir Spivakov, with which he traveled extensively and performed in the world’s most prestigious concert halls. As a chamber musician, he performed with the principals of the Wiener Philharmonic and The Kopelman Quartet. As orchestral musician, he has performed with the Chicago Symphony, the National Symphony, and the Houston Symphony orchestras. In addition, Mr. Sulyga has been a participant of numerous international festivals worldwide, such as Ravinia, Prague Spring Festival, Pacific Music Festival, Colmar International Music Festival, and Schleswig-Holstein Festival. Currently Mr. Sulyga is a violinist of the Houston Grand Opera Orchestra, Houston Ballet, Mercury, the Bach Society of Houston, and is a frequent chamber musician, teacher, clinician, and adjudicator. Previous positions include being an Affiliate Artist at the University of Houston, where he taught violin, and assisted in the quartet in residence program.
Mozart: Adagio for Violin
Ravel: Tzigane for Violin
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This is the third train station to be built on the red line, which connects several cities on the loop. This train station is a junction for the purple line which connects Sorbet Forest to Myredia.
The train operates 24 hours a day.
Because of the winds rolling in from the mountains of Sorbet Forest to the west, Myredia became the perfect location for a wind farm to power this city and the ones next door. It was one of the first landmarks in the city and has plenty of capacity.
Enter Wind Farm
Ever been deep sea diving? Ever snorkel in the ocean? Or have you maybe just been to an aquarium? If you have any colorful and amazing pictures of fish and other underwater and aquatic life, feel free to send them to media
The future is bright for drones and other UAVs. This dedicated drone port was the first of its kind to be built in this city and the entire region. It is operational 24 hours a day and features a drone traffic controller for navigational aid. There is a small drone storage area able to support 6 vehicles. There are currently 15 drone landing pads that can all be used at the same time.×
A good workout spot near the edge of town and across the street from the golf course.×