Daniel Barenboim – Piano Recital
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Daniel Barenboim, piano
When Daniel Barenboim opened his Beethoven cycle in Berlin’s Pierre Boulez Hall in the autumn of 2018, the audience also included many pianists who wanted to experience the Argentinian-Israeli pianist’s art of phrasing and »internalised musicality« (Der Tagesspiegel) at first hand.
Beethoven’s piano sonatas were composed over a period of 25 years and reflect his development as musician and human being: from Haydn’s student to the deaf composer who increasingly broke with the conventional rules of formal sonata form.
Barenboim’s exploration of these sonatas has already lasted more than twice as long, with several recordings and numerous concerts to show for it. At the beginning of the Beethoven Year 2020, he interprets four sonatas from the cycle in the Philharmonic Hall and, with a profound sense of structure and expressiveness, transports the audience into the composer’s unique sound universe.
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- Composer: Ludwig van BeethovenOpuses: Sonata No 15 in D major, Op 28 »Pastoral«, Sonata No 3 in C major, Op 2 No 3, Sonata No 24 in F-sharp major, Op 78, Sonata No 30 in E major, Op 109