Six young pianists from South Korea, Greece, Russia, Chile, Japan and Bulgaria 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 first day of the Second Round – 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 – Kyuho Han (South Korea)
Beethoven – Piano Sonata op. 109 no. 30 in E Major
Ravel – Gaspard de la Nuit
16.50 – Triantafyllos Liotis (Grecia)
Beethoven – Piano Sonata op. 31 no. 1 in G Major
Albeniz – Iberia 1st Cuaderno (Evocacion, El puerto, Fete-dieu a Seville)
17.40 – Intermission
18.00 – Konstantin Emelianov (Rusia)
Beethoven – Piano Sonata op. 31 no. 3 in E flat Major
Rachmaninoff – Variations on a theme of Corelli
18.45 – Danor Quinteros (Chile)
Beethoven – Sonata op. 10 no. 3
B. Bartok – “Out of Doors”
19.30 – Intermission
19.45 – Mihoko Oshima (Japonia)
Beethoven – Piano Sonata op. 101 no. 28 in A Major
Ravel – Gaspard de la nuit
20.30 – Victoria Vassilenko (Bulgaria)
Beethoven – Sonata op. 31 no. 2 in d minor
Prokofiev – Sonata op. 82 no. 6
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