The event has been postponed from 6 May to 21 September 2020.
Ticket holders are requested to exchange their tickets for the new date at the CD Box Office during opening hours no later than 15 Sept. Distance exchanges are also available (by sending a scan or e-ticket to firstname.lastname@example.org). Ticket holders who are unable or do not wish to attend the event can claim a refund or a credit note.
Grandmaster of Piano
R. Schumann, Bunte Blätter, op. 99
The second part of the program will be published in August 2020
Technically, Grigory Sokolov is impeccable, he is a master of agogics and phrasing, dynamics and colours. But all of this is hardly noticeable, so simple and unpretentious is his playing. No antics, no ostentation, no wilful fashion-dependent interpretations.
Grigory Sokolov’s beautifully expressive tone and emotional force never fail to astonish the legendary pianist’s loyal audiences across the globe. The critics are at a loss for words with which to describe the musical genius of this mysterious artist. With a seemingly effortless ease, Sokolov plays an extensive and stylistically variegated repertoire, investing it with deeply felt sensitivity and unparalleled insight, rendering ever new interpretations of a piece.
The approach to music-making of this relentlessly dedicated artist is radical: focusing exclusively on solo recitals, Sokolov selects a seasonal programme, which he then performs wherever he appears. He never falls into a routine – each concert is a unique experience co-shaped by the inspiration of the pianist, the atmosphere of the venue and the energy of the listeners.