Grigory Sokolov, one of the greatest pianists playing today, ensures us that teenager Alexandra Dovgan cannot be called a “child prodigy” because “though he is indeed a prodigy he does not play like a child”. Born in 2007, the young Russian virtuoso has thrilled the world of erudite music not just by his technical abilities but also thanks to a maturity of performance that only musicians touched by genius can aspire to. A winner of major international competitions and a guaranteed presence at the most prestigious concert halls, in Dovgan we have the perfect opportunity to witness a rare talent rising to the top.
Alexandra Dovgan Piano
Piano Sonata em A major, D. 664
Faschingsschwank aus Wien, op. 26
— Intermission 20 min —
Intermezzi op. 117
Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel in B-flat major, op. 24
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