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Grigory Sokolov © Oscar Tursunov

Grigory Sokolov, Klaiver

Wednesday 24 May 2023
19:30 – ca. 22:00
Großer Saal



Grigory Sokolov, Klavier


Henry Purcell

Ground in Gamut G-Dur Z 645

Suite Nr. 2 g-moll Z 661 (1696))

A new Irish tune G-Dur Z 646 »Lilliburlero« (?)

A new Scotch tune C-Dur Z 655 (transponiert G-Dur) (?)

Trumpet tune, called the cibell C-Dur Z T698 (?)

Suite Nr. 4 a-moll Z 663 (1696))

Round O (Abdelazer Z 570) (1695))

Suite Nr. 7 d-moll Z 668 (1696))

Chaconne g-moll Z T680 (?)


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Sonate B-Dur K 315c (1783–1784)

Adagio h-moll K 540 (1788)



Jean-Philippe Rameau

Les sauvages g-moll (Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin Nr. 14) (1728) ca.)

Frédéric Chopin

Prélude Des-Dur op. 28/15 »Regentropfen-Prélude« (1836–1839)

Sergej Rachmaninoff

Prélude B-Dur op. 23/2 (1903)

Frédéric Chopin

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

Jean-Philippe Rameau

Tambourin e-moll (Pièces de clavecin avec une methode pour la mechanique des doigts Nr. 10) (1724))

Alexander von Siloti

Präludium h-moll nach Johann Sebastian Bachs Präludium e-moll aus dem Klavierbüchlein für Wilhelm Friedemann Bach BWV 855a (1720 nach)

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In a new light

»It takes hours to understand a piano, because each has its own personality, and we play together«, Grigory Sokolov once observed about piano playing. What exactly constitutes the pianist's secret is hard to pin down: For many, Sokolov, born in 1950, is one of the few »pianists of the century«; with his original interpretations, he illuminates each work in a completely new way - he elicits shades from the compositions he chooses that have not been heard before. He immerses himself in his programs for a long time, and so with each program he chooses anew exactly what he will focus on next: Whether Prokofiev, Rameau or Schumann - the concert experience is always a surprise, and each work also has its own »personality« in Grigory Sokolov's reading.


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