Six young pianists from Lithuania, Serbia, Japan, Latvia, Ukraine and South Korea will follow their dream of becoming great musicians in the Enescu Competition 2016. They will perform their recitals starting 4 PM (Bucharest time), on the stage of the Romanian Athenaeum in the second day of Round Two, Piano Section.
The recitals will be broadcasted live on www.festivalenescu.ro and internationally, on Medici TV, as well as on a large screen in front of the Romanian Atheneaum (100 seats available).
The programme of the recitals:
16.00 – Morta Grigaliūnaitė (Lithuania)
Beethoven – Piano Sonata op. 22 in B flat Major
Szymanowski – Variations op. 3 in b flat minor
Beethoven – Piano Sonata op. 22 in B-flat Major
Skriabin – Piano Sonata no. 2 ”Fantasy”
Ravel – ”La Valse”
17.40 – Intermission
Beethoven – Sonata op. 101 no. 28
Prokofiev – Sonata op. 29 no. 4
18.45 – Daumants Liepins (Latvia)
Beethoven – Piano Sonata no. 7, op. 10 no. 3
Rachmaninoff – Piano Sonata no. 2
19.40 – Intermission
20.00 – Valentyn Valentiyev (Ukraine)
Beethoven – Sonata op. 22 in B Major
Stravinsky – Trois mouvements de Petrouchka
Beethoven – Piano Sonata op. 2 no. 3 in C Major
Prokofiev – Sonata op. 14 no. 2 in d minor
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