This program was recorded live on May 12, 2020 and will be available until July 1, 2020.
Three reasons you should hear Tamara Stefanovich:
- Titans of the piano are among her fans. Maurizio Pollini came to hear her recital at La Scala. And Stefanovich says, “Seeing Maestro (Alfred) Brendel giving me a standing ovation in London still gives me shivers.”
- The Guardian named her “Art of the Etude” recital in London one of the “Top Ten Classical Music Events of 2019.”
- The New York Times’ Anthony Tommasini called her performance of Pierre Boulez’ fiercely demanding Sonata No. 2 “staggeringly brilliant.”
Hear the spellbinding pianist in an imaginative program, live from her home in Berlin, of works by Scarlatti, C.P.E. Bach, and late Baroque Catalonian monk-composer Padre Soler, and get shivers of your own.
SCARLATTI: Sonata in G Major K 13
SCARLATTI: Sonata in G Minor, K 8
SCARLATTI: Sonata in G Minor, K 450
PADRE SOLER: Sonata for Keyboard in G Minor
C.P.E. BACH: Sonata for Keyboard in G Minor, Wq. 65/17 H.47
Stay tuned after the concert for for an informal chat about the program with Tamara Stefanovich and Performance Today’s Fred Child.
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