‘Anna Vinnitskaya’

15 Jan.'23
- 19:00

With her "steel grip and nimble fingers" (La Libre), Anna Vinnitskaya has the right qualities to honour Scriabin's music. During her recital, the Russian pianist lingers in the aesthetic universe of this singular composer, poet, synesthete and mystic, a contemporary of Rachmaninov. Here, she couples him with Chopin, a composer whom Scriabin revered and whose influence can be felt in pieces such as his Waltz op. 1 or his Fantasy op. 28. Rounding out this colourful programme are La valse and the Valses nobles et sentimentales by Ravel - a composer Vinnitskaya celebrated in her recording of Miroirs - and the tender piano arrangement of César Franck's Prelude, Fugue and Variation Op. 18.

Anna Vinnitskaya
piano
Programme
César Franck

Prélude, Fugue et Variation op. 18 (transcr. Theo Wegmann)

Alexander Skryabin

Valse, op. 1

Alexander Skryabin

Fantasie, op. 28

Alexander Skryabin

Two Poems, op. 32

Alexander Skryabin

Sonata no. 5, op. 53

Frédéric Chopin

4 Impromptus

Maurice Ravel

Valses nobles et sentimentales

Maurice Ravel

La valse

Education

Secondary Education

Higher Education

2022-2023

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Henry Le Boeuf Hall

Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 BRUSSELS

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