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Saturday SAT 18 May 2024

Grigory Sokolov © Oscar Tursunov

Klavierabend Grigory Sokolov

Wednesday 22 May 2024
19:30
Großer Saal

 

Performers

Grigory Sokolov, Klavier

Programme

Johann Sebastian Bach

Duetto Nr. 1 e-moll BWV 802 (Clavier-Übung III) (1739))

Duetto Nr. 2 F-Dur BWV 803 (Clavier-Übung III) (1739))

Duetto Nr. 3 G-Dur BWV 804 (Clavier-Übung III) (1739))

Duetto Nr. 4 a-moll BWV 805 (Clavier-Übung III) (1739))

Partita Nr. 2 c-moll BWV 826 (1726–1731)

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Frédéric Chopin

Vier Mazurken op. 30 (1836–1837)

Mazurka G-Dur op. 50/1 (1842)

Mazurka As-Dur op. 50/2 (1842)

Mazurka cis-moll op. 50/3 (1842)

Robert Schumann

Waldszenen op. 82 (1848–1849)

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Zugabe:

Alexander Skrjabin

Prélude e-moll op. 11/4 (24 Préludes) (1888–1896)

Frédéric Chopin

Mazurka cis-moll op. 63/3 (1846)

Étude f-moll op. 25/2 (1836)

Henry Purcell

Chaconne g-moll (1680 ca.)

Frédéric Chopin

Mazurka F-Dur op. 68/3 (1829)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Ich ruf' zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ BWV 639 (Orgel-Büchlein) (1713–1717 ca.)

Subscription series Klavier im Großen Saal

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Exquisite »piano exercise«: Baroque keyboard art meets Romanticism

Grigory Sokolov is a solitaire: for years, the pianist, who was born in 1950 in what was then Leningrad and had a meteoric career that began at the Tchaikovsky Competition, has performed exclusively as a soloist. The pianist, who only gives a few interviews, thinks intensively about his recital programs and only announces them late. His fan base eagerly awaits the recitals for months, which can range from Johann Sebastian Bach's compositions to Beethoven's piano sonatas and Schumann's Pieces right through to the 20th century. The veil has already been lifted for the upcoming recital: grand seigneur Sokolov juxtaposes Baroque keyboard artistry from Bach's multi-part »Clavier-Übung« with gems from the Romantic salons. In the second half, the audience can expect a selection of Chopin's Mazurkas and Schumann's »Waldszenen« op. 82.
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