Claire Huangci — Piano Recital, Zurich, 2019-03-01

Blog post #474 — Concert review, ★★★★½, Piano Recital: Claire Huangci @ Tonhalle Maag, Zurich, 2019-03-01 — D. Scarlatti: Sonatas K.443, K.208, K.29, K.435; Chopin: Nocturne No.3 in B♭ major op.9/3, Nocturne No.13 in C minor op.48/1; Rachmaninoff: Prélude in C♯ minor op.3/2, Préludes op.23/1-7; Chopin: 24 Préludes op.28
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Grigory Sokolov — Piano Recital, Lucerne, 2018-11-22

Concert review, Piano Recital Grigory Sokolov @ KKL, Lucerne, 2018-11-22 — Beethoven: Piano Sonata in C major, op.2/3; Beethoven: 11 Bagatelles, op.119; Schubert: Four Impromptus, op.posth.142, D.935; six encores!


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Pires, Popović, “Partitura Workshop 2018” — Zurich, 2018-11-02

Concert review, Maria João Pires, Miloš Popović, Teo Gheorghiu, Annika Treutler, Giorgi Iuldashevi, Marta Cardoso Patrocínio, Marianna Uzankichyan, Richard Octaviano Kogima @ Zurich, 2018-11-02 — Orpheum Concert: A musical setting with texts by Frédéric Sounac (Mona Petri, recitation), featuring piano works by Bach and Chopin, presented by Maria João Pires, Miloš Popović, and participants of the “Partitura Workshop 2018”


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Claire Huangci — Piano Recital, Zurich, 2015-02-10

Claire Huangci played the Scarlatti sonatas without interruption, and without repeats — this way, she formed a single piece where it was hard for the listener to recognize transitions from one sonata to the next. It’s an interesting idea…


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Yulianna Avdeeva — Piano Recital, Baden/CH, 2014-03-08

(…) Yulianna’s playing was excellent! She is very virtuosic and very expressive! Where the tempo permits, she is nearly as clear in the articulation as Steven Hough — but she is way more expressive; unlike Volodos, she follows the score; she is not overpowering the music like Volodos, but has more agility than her Russian colleague (and avoids his unnecessary additions, I should say), she is often almost as fast and eruptive as Cziffra in the virtuosic octave passages, but in general keeps her articulation under control…


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