Maurice Ravel: «Pavane pour une infante défunte» (1899)
Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Sonata C sharp minor op. 27 No. 2 «Moonlight Sonata»
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Concert Suite «The Nutcracker» op. 71 (arr. M. Pletnev)
César Franck: Prélude, fugue et variation op. 18
Franz Liszt: «Après une lecture du Dante. Fantasia quasi Sonata» from: «Années de pèlerinage. Deuxième année: Italie» S. 161
Duration approx. 75 minutes, no interval
For the first time, the «Newcomers» weekend will present not only the prizewinners of the Orpheus Swiss Chamber Music Competition but also an emerging pianist: Giorgi Iuldashevi is a prizewinner of the Kiefer Hablitzel | Göhner Musikpreis and is currently putting the finishing touches to his piano playing at the Zurich University of the Arts.
For his debut in the Musikdorf Ernen, he brings with him a poetic programme from all over Europe. Beethoven's famous «Moonlight Sonata» and Franz Liszt's music inspired by his reading of Dante. Plus the virtuoso ballet music from Tchaikovsky's evergreen «The Nutcracker» and the monumental music of César Franck, who looked back into history as an organist and yet was very modern, which is just as true of Maurice Ravel and his «Pavane».
Read our blog entries about past series of «Newcomers»…
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