Why See Evgeny Kissin?
The prodigious classical pianist returns
Evgeny Kissin will perform at Carnegie Hall, Chicago Symphony Hall, and Roy Thomson Hall. The Russian-British-Israeli classical pianist first found fame as a child prodigy and went on to have a far-reaching career performing his best-known interpretations of Romantic Era works, particularly those of Chopin, Rachmaninoff and Liszt. Showcasing artistry of the highest calibre and a powerful key-touch, the Grammy award-winning virtuoso has worked with almost all of the world's leading orchestras.
Kissin now returns and marries the beloved Rachmaninoff with Beethoven's massive Hammerklavier Sonata. A challenge of body and mind for some, but not for the outstanding Evgeny Kissin.
Beethoven Piano Sonata No. 29 in B-flat Major, Op.106, "Hammerklavier"
Rachmaninoff Prelude in F-sharp Minor, Op.23, No.1
Rachmaninoff Prelude in B-flat Major, Op.23, No.2
Rachmaninoff Prelude in D Minor, Op.23 No.3
Rachmaninoff Prelude in D Major, Op.23 No.4
Rachmaninoff Prelude in G Minor, Op.23, No.5
Rachmaninoff Prelude in E-flat Major, Op.23, No.6
Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Minor, Op.23, No.7
Rachmaninoff Prelude in G Major, Op.32, No.5
Rachmaninoff Prelude in B Minor, Op.32, No.10
Rachmaninoff Prelude in G-sharp Minor, Op.32, No.12
Rachmaninoff Prelude in D-flat Major, Op.32, No.13
Performance date: 12 May 2019
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