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ComposerJanáček, Leoš (1854-1928)
Period20th century
Work typeInstrumental
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ParisRécital de piano, Lars Vogt

Mozart, Janáček, Brahms, Mussorgsky
Lars Vogt, Piano

BerlinMuseumskonzert IV

Handel, Mendelssohn, Rossini, Chopin, Fauré, Janáček
Fabian Schäfer; Tatjana Winkler; Sabine Kaselow; Sabine Müller

BolzanoDénes Várjon Plays Chopin, Janácek and Beethoven

Janáček, Chopin, Beethoven
Dénes Várjon, Piano

BudapestDénes Várjon Plays Beethoven, Schumann, Janácek and Chopin

Beethoven, Schumann, Janáček, Chopin
Dénes Várjon, Piano

EdmontonDénes Várjon Performs Janácek, Chopin and Beethoven

Janáček, Chopin, Beethoven
Dénes Várjon, Piano
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Water Reflections: Hélène Grimaud

A fascinating recital from Hélène Grimaud at the Barbican balanced a first half sequence exploring works with an aquatic theme against some monumental Brahms. 
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Drought-laden LA filled with Grimaud's aqueous coloring

Helene Grimaud's recital inside Disney Hall mucially captures and captivates nature's terrene elements with a balance of aqueous colouring and deeply grounded terra firma.
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Cockroaches and kaleidoscopes: Mikhail Rudy recital

The Institut Français’ three day festival “It’s all about Piano!” kicked off cinematically at King’s Place, with Mikhail Rudy’s compact double bill of Metamorphosis and Pictures at an Exhibition.
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Edinburgh International Festival: Nikolai Lugansky at the Queen's Hall

In the relatively recent past, Russian pianist Nikolai Lugansky has featured impressively as an RSNO guest in concertos by two of his countrymen (Rachmaninov and Prokofiev). I was therefore very much looking forward to hearing him in the more intimate, less gladiatorial setting of an Edinburgh International Festival morning Queen’s Hall recital.
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Jonathan Biss: Ludwig and Beethoven in Princeton

Thursday, composer David Ludwig joined Princeton audiences to hear Jonathan Biss perform his newly-penned Lunaire Variations in Richardson Auditorium. Ludwig’s piano cycle, though the shortest work on the program, became the centerpiece of Biss’ recital, which also featured works by Janáček and Beethoven.
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