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Motoki Hirai, Klavier

Thursday 28 April 2016
19:30 – ca. 21:45
Schubert-Saal

Event has already taken place

Performers

Motoki Hirai, Klavier

Programme

Ludwig van Beethoven

Sonate e-moll op. 90 (1814)

Franz Schubert

Sonate B-Dur D 960 (1828)

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Motoki Hirai

Tondichtung über »Hyakunin Isshu« (2016)

Grace and Hope (2011)

Frédéric Chopin

Mazurka cis-moll op. 63/3 (1846)

Nocturne F-Dur op. 15/1 (1830–1831)

Scherzo Nr. 2 b-moll op. 31 (1837)

Promoter's details

Motoki Hirai, Klavier
Zugunsten der Opfer des Tsunamis in Japan – 5 Jahre danach

Der weltweit für seine Phantasie und Sensibilität gefeierte und in London ansässige japanische Komponist und Pianist Motoki Hirai gibt sein lang erwartetes Debüt im Schubert-Saal. Er widmet den Konzertabend der Hilfe für Japans Tsunami- und Erdbebenopfer der Katastrophe 2011.
Das Konzert findet im Rahmen seiner World Tour 2016 statt.

In Aid of the Japan Tsunami – 5 years on
Acclaimed worldwide for his imagination and sensitivity, London-based Japanese composer-pianist Motoki Hirai makes his much–awaited Vienna debut in Schubert Saal in Konzerthaus in aid of the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, which marks its five-year anniversary. This concert will be held as part of his World Tour 2016, including the recitals in prestigious venues, such as the Barbican Centre (London), Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), and Ginza Oji Hall (Tokyo). As a composer, Motoki’s works have been performed in places including the Carnegie Hall (NY), Expo Milano 2015 (Milan), Smetana Hall (Prague), Wigmore Hall (London) and Tokyo Opera City. He has broadcasted internationally on radio and television (Classic FM, BBC and NHK).

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In Aid of the 2011 and 2016 Japan Earthquakes

Links http://www.motoki-hirai.com/

Presented by Motoki Hirai