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Fortepiano Trios

Kristian Bezuidenhout/ Shunske Sato / Jonathan Cohen

Inspirational fortepianist Kristian Bezuidenhout is joined by violinist Shunske Sato and cellist Jonathan Cohen for music by Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven.

Kristian Bezuidenhout Fortepiano
Shunske Sato Violin
Jonathan Cohen Cello

Mozart Piano Trio in E K542
Haydn Keyboard Sonata in G minor Hob XVI:44
Beethoven Piano Trio in C minor Op 1 No 3

One of today’s most exciting and inspirational fortepianists, Kristian Bezuidenhout is celebrated for the crisp precision and eager energy of his performances. He is joined by two exceptional soloists – Japanese-born violinist Shunske Sato and eminent British cellist and conductor Jonathan Cohen – for music by three giants of the Classical era.

Kristian Bezuidenhout Fortepiano
Shunske Sato Violin
Jonathan Cohen Cello

Mozart Piano Trio in E K542
Haydn Keyboard Sonata in G minor Hob XVI:44
Beethoven Piano Trio in C minor Op 1 No 3


More information about some of the artists

Kristian Bezuidenhout
Website

Shunske Sato
Website | Facebook

Jonathan Cohen
Website

22 August 2017

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