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Work: Kinderszenen, Op.15

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ComposerSchumann, Robert (1810-1856)
Work typeInstrumental
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AmsterdamPianist Nino Gvetadze: Liszt and Schumann

Pianist Nino Gvetadze: Liszt and Schumann
Schumann, Liszt
Nino Gvetadze, Piano

JūrmalaMao Fujita piano

Riga Tourism Development Bureau
Mozart, Chopin, Schumann
Mao Fujita, Piano

Hong KongDenis Kozhukhin Piano Recital

© Marco Borggreve
Tchaikovsky, Montsalvatge, Schumann, Ravel
Denis Kozhukhin, Piano

LondonDenis Matsuev: Liszt's Great Gamechanger

© Eugene Evtukhov
Schumann, Liszt, Tchaikovsky
Denis Matsuev, Piano

VerbierFujita – Mozart, Chopin, Schumann

Mozart, Chopin, Schumann
Mao Fujita, Piano
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Mysterious and glittering machines from Alasdair Beatson

Alasdair Beatson © Giorgia Bertazzi
Alasdair Beatson presented a dazzling programme of 20th-century piano music, with Harrison Birtwistle at its centre. 
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Daniil Trifonov, a poet at the keyboard

Daniil Trifonov © Dario Acosta | DG
The young Russian pianist once more bewitches, dazzles and excites in a wide-ranging recital.
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Passion, individuality and extremes: Arcadi Volodos in recital

Russian pianist Arcadi Volodos held the audience's attention with live performance at its best, at times eccentric, yet totally captivating and always uplifting. 
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Till Fellner at Wigmore Hall

Viennese pianist Till Fellner has gained a reputation for his interpretations of masterpieces from central European repertoire, and his enjoyable lunchtime recital featured well-known and well-loved pieces by Haydn, Schumann and Liszt.
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Perahia performs to a sold-out Barbican Hall

There was a distinct buzz in the air prior to this evening’s highly anticipated recital, a rare solo appearance by American pianist Murray Perahia. His recital at the Barbican Hall sold out months ago, with tickets selling fast before the programme had even been announced.