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    Evgeny Kissin | piano 

    A brilliant Beethoven and Chopin programme for Evgeny Kissin's new recital.

    Evgeny Kissin
    Evgeny Kissin © Felix Broede

    Bach-Tausig Toccata and Fugue in D minor
    Mozart Adagio K. 540
    Beethoven Sonata No. 31 op. 110
    Chopin Seven Mazurkas
    Andante spianato and Brilliant Grand Polonaise 

    Evgeny Kissin just celebrated his fiftieth birthday, but he has already reached a unique level of musical maturity and interpretation, mastering like no other the technical difficulties to bring out the drama and grandeur of his repertoire. For this new recital, he returns to the fundamentals of his career, notably with Beethoven and Chopin, with some of the most beautiful pieces of the keyboard repertoire, such as Opus 110 of the former and the Mazurkas and Grande Polonaise of the latter. Brilliant in every respect.

    PRODUCTION Productions Internationales Albert Sarfati

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