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Performer: Pavel Kolesnikov

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LondonPavel Kolesnikov

Wigmore Hall
Mozart, Chopin, Schubert
Pavel Kolesnikov, Piano

LondonMark Padmore, Elias String Quartet, Pavel Kolesnikov

Wigmore Hall
Haydn, Fauré, Vaughan Williams
Mark Padmore; Elias String Quartet; Sara Bitlloch; Donald Grant

LuxembourgThe Goldberg Variations, BWV 988

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Bach: The Goldberg Variations, BWV 988
Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker; Rosas; Minna Tiikkainen; Alain Franco

LondonPavel Kolesnikov & Samson Tsoy: Russian Dances

Rachmaninov, Prokofiev
Pavel Kolesnikov; Samson Tsoy

AmsterdamBach, Schnittke, Taverner, Rachmaninov

Bach, Schnittke, Taverner, Rachmaninov
Mario Brunello; Alina Ibragimova; Pavel Kolesnikov; Elena Stikhina

AmsterdamShostakovich: Symphony no. 15

Shostakovich: Symphony no. 15 in A major, Op.141
Mario Brunello; Alina Ibragimova; Pavel Kolesnikov; Slagwerk Den Haag
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Intrigue in outer space plus a pair of Russian favourites in Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Sinfonietta intrigues with the world premiere of Lam Lai's There is no place like home (beta), impresses in Shostakovich’s brooding Chamber Symphony, while Pavel Kolesnikov proves a fine soloist in Rachmaninov's Third Piano Concerto.
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Transcendental Goldbergs from De Keersmaeker and Kolesnikov

De Keersmaeker’s career-long exploration of the interrelationship between music and movement continues at Sadler's Wells with pianist Pavel Kolesnikov.
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Dazzling virtuosity from Wilson, Kolesnikov and the Sinfonia of London

A rare outing for Britten's Piano Concerto in the opening concert of the Britten Weekend in Suffolk.
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In search of times past: Kolesnikov’s Goldberg Variations

With a maturity beyond his years, Kolesnikov uses Bach's great work to cycle us through our moods and memories.
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Kolesnikov rediscovers Tchaikovsky's First with the Philharmonia

Brilliant playing and thoughtful interpretations bring new life to familiar music. Every element of this concert was a triumph.
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Pavel Kolesnikov distinctive and self-effacing at Wigmore Hall

Scriabin and Liszt juxtaposed at Wigmore Hall, with rare and tender Schubert and a thoughtful Beethoven Tempest
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