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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 International Festival and is therefore unavailable to book.
The 2017 International Festival programme will be announced on Wed 15 March. Tickets will go on sale to everyone on Sat 25 March.
|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|