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|Couperin||Keyboard Suite in G Minor|
|Schumann||Fantasy in C, Op 17|
‘I couldn’t be more passionate about Louis Couperin. His striking individual voice is truly unparalleled for me – except, perhaps, his dark intensity often reminds me of Brahms. He also manages something that Schumann was so good at – finding grandeur in the intimate’
Pavel Kolesnikov makes a keenly anticipated Kings Place recital debut with two signature composers drawn from his extensive repertoire. He is a committed advocate for Louis Couperin’s inventive harpsichord music reimagined in the most stylish way upon the modern concert grand piano. The concert is completed by one of the greatest of all Romantic scores – Robert Schumann’s passionate and visionary Fantasy in C major.
‘Very few pianists of Kolesnikov’s generation share his abundance of intelligence, sensitivity, imagination and sheer instrumental mastery’ Gramophone
Pavel Kolesnikov replaces Ingrid Fliter for this solo recital.