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National Philharmonic of Russia

Tchaikovsky’s piano concerto

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Sat 19 Nov 2016 20.00
Concert hall
introduction by Rudy Tambuyser 19.15
start 20.00
expected end time 22.10

Standard €21.00 - €53.00

Reduction -26 €10.50 - €26.50

Reduction 65+ €17.85 - €45.05

Part of Abo Tchaikovsky

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Tae-Hyung Kim, laureate of the Queen Elisabeth Competition, focusses on the Russian repertoire

With his delicate and surprising interpretations, fifth laureate Tae-Hyung Kim was for many the uncrowned winner of the Queen Elisabeth Competition 2010. This South Korean pianist has meanwhile focussed on the Russian repertoire. To help him with this, he even visited Moscow’s Tchaikovsky Conservatory. ‘It is important to live for a while in the environment where the music was created,’ says Kim. ‘If you only look at the score, you put too much of your own personality into the performance. But those who breathe in the composer’s cultural influences and biography, in museums or concert halls, put the composer central.’ Kim's interpretation of Tchaikovsky's First Piano Concerto was therefore able to ripen under the Russian sun! The National Philharmonic of Russia, which also performs Tchaikovsky’s compelling Fifth Symphony, completes the picture.

programme

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893)
Piano concerto no. 1 in B-flat minor, opus 23
Symphony no. 5 in E minor, opus 64

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Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893)
Piano concerto no. 1 in B-flat minor, opus 23
Symphony no. 5 in E minor...

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performers

National Philharmonic of Russia: orchestra
Vladimir Spivakov: conductor
Tae-Hyung Kim: piano

Sat 19 Nov 2016 20.00
Concert hall
introduction by Rudy Tambuyser 19.15
start 20.00
expected end time 22.10

Standard €21.00 - €53.00

Reduction -26 €10.50 - €26.50

Reduction 65+ €17.85 - €45.05

Part of Abo Tchaikovsky

Under 26? Enjoy 50% discount!

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