On February 11, Fyodor Biryuchev played a concert in New Delhi in the most famous jazz club of the capital of India, The Piano Man. Many outstanding musicians performed on the stage of this legendary club, so, for example, six months before the performance of Fyodor Biryuchev, a concert of Chick Corea was held here.
Playing in New Delhi, Fedor told the Indians that his grandfather, sculptor and Honored Artist of the RSFSR Vitaly Zaykov met with Jawaharlal Nehru in the Kremlin Palace when he came to the USSR in 1955. At this meeting, Fyodor's grandfather fashioned a clay portrait of Nehru, which was later cast in three copies from cast iron at the legendary Kasli factory in the Chelyabinsk region. One of them is kept in the collection of the family of the first Prime Minister of India in New Delhi, the other in the family of the General Secretary of the USSR N.S. Khrushchev, the third-in the personal collection of the family of Fyodor. It is worth noting that this story, like his grandfather's stories about mystical India, has sunk into Fyodor's heart since childhood. And playing his concert for the people of New Delhi, he believes that to some extent continues this story, the story of his family.