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    Elena Bashkirova | piano

    The art of classicism and Mozartian fantasies with the piano of Elena Bashkirova.

    Elena Bashkirova
    Elena Bashkirova © Alfredo Martinez

    Mozart  Sonata No. 16 K. 545, Sonata No. 10 K. 330
    Fantaisie No. 3 K. 397
    Rondo No. 1 K. 485
    8 Variations K. 460
    Sonata No. 20 K. 498a

    As a soloist but also a keen chamber musician (she founded the Jerusalem Chamber Music Festival over 20 years ago), Russian pianist Elena Bashkirova inherited her musical DNA from her father Dimitri Bashkirov, a renowned teacher. Although Schubert is her great passion, tonight she is focusing entirely on Mozart and demonstrating the clarity of touch and imaginative expression which have long been her special hallmarks.

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