The piano virtuoso, who was born in St. Petersburg and won three Gramophone Awards, is one of the most sought-after soloists of our time. Volodos this time picked from the really lyrical pieces of the German romantic repertoire. One of Schumann’s first works, Papillons (1829-1832) was composed almost in the same year as the Sonata in A major, which is one of the last pieces by Schubert, created in 1828, the year of his death – these two pieces will precede and follow Brahms’s Piano Pieces Op. 76 written about forty years later.
R. Schumann: Papillons, op.2
J. Brahms: 8 Piano Pieces, op. 76
F. Schubert: Sonata in A major, D959
The concert is organised in the frame of “MVM concerts – The Piano” series.
Tickets| 12.000 Ft, 10.000 Ft, 8000 Ft, 6000 Ft, 5000 Ft, 4000 Ft
Tickets are available at the website czf.jegy.hu, as well as at the ticket office of MOMkult, MUPA and the Liszt Academy.