Framed by Brahms
Pavel Kolesnikov plays a typically imaginative programme where late Brahms frames early Beethoven, music from 17th-century France and Tchaikovsky miniatures.
As part of the Southbank Centre's International Piano Series, Pavel Kolesnikov plays a typically imaginative programme where late Brahms frames early Beethoven, music from 17th-century France and Tchaikovsky miniatures.
Presented by Ian Skelly live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall
Brahms: Intermezzo in E flat, Op.117 No.1 (Schlummer lied)
Beethoven: Sonata in E flat, Op.7
Brahms: Intermezzo in B flat minor, Op.117 No.2
Louis Couperin: Suite in A; Pavanne in F sharp minor, G.120
Tchaikovsky: Rêverie interrompue, Op.40 No.12; Echo rustique, Op.72 No.13; Polka peu dansante, Op.51 No.2; Dumka (Russian rustic scene), Op.59; Passé lointain, Op.72 No.17;
Brahms: Intermezzo in C sharp minor, Op.117 No.3
Pavel Kolesnikov (piano)
After the concert:
Adopt a Composer
The Adopt a Composer scheme is run by Making Music, in association with Sound and Music. This year seven composers have been paired with seven amateur performing groups around the country. The composer gets to work with the group over the course of a year to create a piece of music that is given its premiere performance by the ensemble, and Radio 3 is broadcasting the results.
Tonight you'll hear:
Max Charles Davies’s piece, Y Gor Fawr, performed by Côr Crymych a'r Cylch from Cardigan, Wales.