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Stravinsky Serenade in A
Ravel ‘Noctuelles’, ‘Oiseaux tristes’, ‘Une barque sur l’océan’ and ‘Alborada del gracioso’ from Miroirs
Liszt 12 Transcendental Studies
Famed for his pyrotechnic playing, and for his effortless poetic pianism, multi-award-winning young Russian virtuoso Daniil Trifonov brings The Queen's Hall 2014 concerts to a thrilling conclusion, having gripped Festival audiences for the past two years with his expressive intensity and bold insights.
He returns with a recital combining breaktaking virtuosity with sublime poetry. Birdsong, marine evocations and Spanish fireworks all feature in Ravel's exquisite piano suite Miroirs, while Liszt's Transcendental Studies push a performer's technical abilities to their limits in richly Romantic music, full of tempestuous brilliance and emotional intensity. Trifonov opens his recital with the neo-Classical elegance of Stravinsky's festive Serenade in A.
A remarkable pianist with a fearless and magnetic stage presence
The Scotsman, Festival 2013
Technique, musicianship: Daniil Trifonov has it all
The Seattle Times
- Running time:2 hours, 15 minutes approximately
The Queen's Hall Series is supported by
Edinburgh International Festival Benefactors
Claire and Mark Urquhart
The Inches Carr Trust
Photo: Dario Acosta
This event was part of a previous Festival and is therefore unavailable to book.
The 2016 Festival programme will be released on 6 April 2016.
|Rear centre stalls:||£27|
|Side stalls:||£27 £22 £19|
|Centre gallery:||£30 £27|
|No view seats:||£8.50|
|Under 18s:||50% off|
|Young Scot cardholders:||50% off|
|Senior citizens:||50% off|
|Unemployed people:||50% off|
|Equity/MU cardholders:||50% off|