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|Schubert||Sonata in A minor, D 784|
|Janáček||On an Overgrown Path 1st series|
|Janáček||On an Overgrown Path 2nd series|
|Debussy||Preludes Book One|
Konstantin Lifschitz is one of the most fascinating pianists performing today, renowned for both his highly individual musical interpretations and acute musical mind. For his London Piano Festival debut, Konstantin presents a hauntingly beautiful programme which explores the interior worlds of Janáček and Schubert at their most personal. To reflect the Debussy centenary the concert concludes with a performance of the composer’s multi-faceted Twelve Preludes Book One.
‘To say that Mr. Lifschitz made his playing look easy would not be quite accurate. What he offered was a performance of such poetry that the question of whether executing it was difficult hardly came to mind.’ New York Times