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Oeuvre: Piano Sonata no. 10, Op.70

Rechercher des événements de musique classique, opéra et ballet
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CompositeurScriabine, Alexandre (1872-1915)
Époque20ème siècle
Type d'oeuvreInstrumental
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AmsterdamScherpdenkers: Peter Kuipers Munneke & Ralph van Raat (in Dutch)

Het Concertgebouw
Debussy, Liszt, Scriabine, Ligeti, Sciarrino, Fiumara
Peter Kuipers Munneke; Ralph van Raat
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Intimacy and brilliant showmanship from Yuja Wang at the Barbican

Yuja Wang © Ian Douglas
A truly remarkable display from a musical giant as Yuja Wang wows the Barbican. 

A Scriabin marathon by Peter Donohoe

Peter Donohoe © Olivier Fleury
Pounding the 26 miles from Greenwich Park to The Mall wasn't the only marathon in London today. At Milton Court, Peter Donohoe ran his own marathon, tackling all ten sonatas by Alexander Scriabin.

Agony and Ecstasy: Garrick Ohlsson's Scriabin

One hundred years to the day since the death of Russian composer Alexander Scriabin, American pianist Garrick Ohlsson concluded his two-concert “Skryabin Focus” at London’s Wigmore Hall with a recital of works which spanned the final two decades of Scriabin’s life.

Staggering musicianship and maturity from Federico Colli

An impressive debut at the Turner Sims from this young Italian pianist brings new insights to Schubert, Scriabin and Ravel in compelling performances. 

Image in this: sculpting soundworlds with Alessandro Taverna

If you’ve ever been to Wigmore Hall, you’ll know that they’re pretty hot on concert etiquette. Next to an easel sporting a canvas depicting a huge mobile phone and a giant red cross (which doesn’t exactly complement the extraordinary pre-Raphaelitesque cupola or the curves of the Steinway), before the performance an impeccably-dressed gentleman appears on stage urging the audience to check their p