‘Boris Giltburg’

2 Mar.'15

INITIAL DATE : 15.12.2014

The Russian-Israeli pianist Boris Giltburg was the unanimously acclaimed first laureate of the Queen Elisabeth Competition in 2013. Since then, BOZAR MUSIC has never taken its eyes off him! In the wake of his concert with the NOB (19 October), he now returns with a programme that clearly demonstrates his ambition: Bach-Busoni's Chaconne and Liszt's Sonata - two monuments of the piano repertoire - as well as Schumann's poetic fantasies and some "minor" pieces by Bartók based on Bulgarian rhythms. A programme that, once again, allows Giltburg an opportunity to display his talents as a virtuoso performer and, above all, as a gifted musician.
Boris Giltburg

piano

Boris Giltburg
Franz Schubert

Wanderer-Fantasie, op. 15, D 760

Robert Schumann

Fantasiestücke, op. 12

Béla Bartók

6 Dances in Bulgarian rhythm (Mikrokosmos VI)

Franz Liszt

Sonata, S. 178

Boris Giltburg
Ferruccio Busoni

Chaconne in d minor (Partita for violin no. 2, BWV 1004, J.S. Bach)

Robert Schumann

Carnaval, op. 9

Béla Bartók

6 Dances in Bulgarian rhythm (Mikrokosmos VI)

Franz Liszt

Sonata, S. 178

Boris Giltburg
Ferruccio Busoni

Chaconne in d minor (Partita for violin no. 2, BWV 1004, J.S. Bach)

Béla Bartók

6 Dances in Bulgarian rhythm (Mikrokosmos VI)

Boris Giltburg
Béla Bartók

6 Dances in Bulgarian rhythm (Mikrokosmos VI)

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