The Georgian piano virtuoso Khatia Buniatishvili came into contact with the works of Franz Liszt at a very early age, and like him, she has a pendant for transcriptions ...
For a long time, the Fado was regarded as outdated in Portugal. But with her soft, melting voice, Mariza blew away the thick layer of dust that had accumulated on the melancholic folk music of Portugal ...
It was with tone poems such as «Don Quixote» and «A Hero’s Life» that the young Richard Strauss established himself as one of the most brilliant exponents of musical modernism in Germany. The two works ...
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Großer Saal © Lukas Beck
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