Piano recital by Denis Matsuev
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Two renowned and extraordinarily demanding works: Schumann's piano cycle Symphonic Etudes and Liszt's B minor sonata. To kick off the concert, we'll hear a Haydn sonata, and between the Schumann and the Liszt we'll also get a Chopin ballade and two Schubert impromptus. It is a remarkable programme that presents an enormous burden on the performer and demands a great deal from the audience as well - as the latter likewise "has to work" for the experience. But that is natural when the occasion in question is the Cziffra Festival and the performer is one of the most exacting pianists of our era, Denis Matsuev, who always raises the bar to the highest possible level.
The government of Hungary has pronounced the hundredth anniversary of the birth of György Cziffra to be a memorial year, and UNESCO has added it to its list of jointly celebrated anniversaries.
The program is taking place as part of the György Cziffra anniversary year with the support of the Prime Minister's Office and the Bethlen Gábor Fund
Presented by: Müpa Budapest, György Cziffra anniversary year
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Refreshments – Without the Queue
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