Piano Recital Konstantin Scherbakov — Zurich, 2019-05-21

Blog post #495 — Concert review, ★★★★½, Konstantin Scherbakov @ Zurich University, 2019-05-21 — Beethoven, late piano works: Diabelli Variations, op.120; 11 Bagatelles, op.119; 6 Bagatelles, op.126; Rondo a capriccio “The Rage over the Lost Penny”, op.129
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Konstantin Scherbakov — ETH Zurich, 2017-04-11

Concert review, piano recital Konstantin Scherbakov, Semper-Aula / ETH Zurich, 2017-04-11 — P.I. Tchaikovsky: 18 Morceaux, op.72 (Nos. 14 & 5); Tchaikovsky: Grande Sonate in G major, op.37; S.M. Lyapunov: Études dʹexécution transcendante, op.11 (Nos. 1, 8, 5, 6, 2, & 10)


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Konstantin Scherbakov — ETH Zurich, 2016-04-19

Concert Review: Piano Recital Konstantin Scherbakov in the Semper-Aula at ETH Zurich, 2016-04-19: Original works and transcriptions by Leopold Godowsky (Bach, Schubert, Albéniz, Strauss)


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Konstantin Scherbakov plays Beethoven — Zurich, 2015-12-12

Piano Recital by Konstantin Scherbakov at Zurich Tonhalle, 2015-12-12 — Beethoven: Piano Sonata in C♯ minor, op.27/2, “Moonlight” / Variations with Fugue in E♭ major, op.35, “Eroica”; Liszt: Transcription of L.v.Beethoven’s Symphony No.3 in E♭ major, op.55, “Eroica”


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Piano Recital Konstantin Scherbakov — Zurich, 2015-03-24

… while for the past two decades the artist is mostly pictured with an earnest, maybe “Beehovenian” / titanic, somewhat closed facial expression, in the concert (which he presented with a mostly relaxed, yet controlled body language) his face hinted at a wealth of emotions — and his playing struck me as a prime example of the “big Russian Piano School” …


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Piano Recital Kogima, Fajdiga, Conus, & Kliuchko — Zurich, 2019-04-30

Blog post #489 — Review, Charity Concert (Orphanhealthcare Foundation), Students of the Engadin International Piano Summer Academy 2017 @ Zurich, 2019-04-30 —
Richard Octaviano Kogima — Bach: English Suite No.3 in G minor, BWV 808;
Meta Fajdiga — Liszt: Consolation #3 S.172/3; Liszt: Après une lecture du Dante, S.161/7;
Jérémie Conus — Martin: 8 Préludes;
Aleksandr Kliuchko — Ravel: Gaspard de la nuit, M.55
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