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This is the second in a two-concert series that examines the piano works of Haydn, something of a specialty for Roman Rabinovich, who “plays with a warm and generous tone and a supple touch” (The Plain Dealer).
Here, Rabinovich juxtaposes Haydn with new works composed especially for these evenings. On this program, a new work by Jean-Selim Abdelmoula is performed alongside Haydn’s early, charming C Major Sonata (one of the first he wrote expressly for performance on the piano); the grim, agitated B Minor Sonata; and the final, most eloquent utterance in Haydn’s catalogue of piano sonatas, the E-flat Major Sonata.