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Anna Vinnitskaya © Marco Borggreve

Klavierabend Anna Vinnitskaya

Monday 21 November 2022
19:30
Mozart-Saal

 

Performers

Anna Vinnitskaya, Klavier

Programme

César Franck

Prélude, fugue et variation h-moll M 30 op. 18 (6 Pièces d'Orgue) (Bearbeitung für Klavier: Theo Wegmann) (1862)

Alexander Skrjabin

Valse f-moll op. 1 (1885)

Fantasie h-moll op. 28 (1900)

Deux poèmes op. 32 (1903)

Sonate Nr. 5 op. 53 (1907)

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Frédéric Chopin

Impromptu As-Dur op. 29 (1837)

Impromptu Fis-Dur op. 36 (1839)

Impromptu Ges-Dur op. 51 (1842)

Fantaisie-Impromptu cis-moll op. 66 (1835)

Maurice Ravel

Valses nobles et sentimentales (1911)

La valse. Poème chorégraphique (Fassung für Klavier) (1919–1920)

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Sergej Rachmaninoff

Etude C-Dur op. 33/2 (Etudes-tableaux) (1911)

Etude es-moll op. 39/5 (Etudes-tableaux) (1916–1917)

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Poetic depth

Drawing from other arts, such as painting, to play the piano is something Anna Vinnitskaya learned from her mentor at Hamburg's Hochschule für Musik und Theater, Evgeni Koroliov. Since then, the pianist, who won the Concours Reine Elisabeth in 2007, has fascinated an international audience with her sound paintings. Vinnitskaya enriches the cycle »Piano in the Mozart Hall« with a romantic-impressionistic program. Her Chopin interpretation is considered elegant and sublime, and as a knowledgeable tour guide, Vinnitskaya not only leads us through his Impromptus, but also fans out the pianistic spectrum of colors further: with late romantic fire in Scriabin and with poetic depth in Franck's »Prélude, fugue et variation«, before she rounds out the picture with Ravel's »La valse«.
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