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Live from Wigmore Hall - BBC Radio 3: Pavel Kolesnikov and Samson Tsoy

Sunday July 5, 2020 at 13:00
Available online until
Wigmore Hall, London
Free admission – no ticket required

  1. 18 Liebeslieder-Waltzer, for piano 4 hands Op 52 - Johannes Brahms
    • No 16: Ein dunkeler Schacht ist Liebe
    • No 17: Nicht wandle, mein Licht
    • No 18: Es bebet das Gesträuche
  2. Neue Liebeslieder Walzer, for piano 4 hands Op 65a - Johannes Brahms
    • No 1: Verzicht', o Herz
    • No 2: Finstere Schatten der Nacht
    • No 3: An jeder Hand die Finger
    • No 4: Ihr schwarzen Augen
  3. Impromptu No 2 in A flat, from 4 Impromptus Op 142 post; D 935 - Franz Schubert
  4. 8 Variations on a Theme by Count Waldstein in C WoO67 - Ludwig van Beethoven
  5. No 32: Deutscher Tanz in F, from 36 Original Dances, for piano D 365 - Franz Schubert
  6. Ländler No 6 in G sharp minor, from 12 German Dances, for piano D 790 - Franz Schubert
  7. No 30: Atzenbrugger Tanz in A, from 36 Original Dances, for piano D 365 - Franz Schubert
  8. German Dance No 15 in A Flat Major, from 16 Deutsche Tänze, 'German Dances', for piano D 783 - Franz Schubert
  9. Waltz No 12 in E major, from 12 Waltzes D145 - Franz Schubert
  10. Ländler No 12 in E major, from 12 German Dances, for piano D 790 - Franz Schubert
  11. Fantasie in F minor, for piano 4 hands D 940; Op 103 - Franz Schubert

This concert forms part of the Wigmore Hall BBC Radio 3 Special Broadcast series. It will be available to listen to live on BBC Radio 3 and also to watch live on Wigmore Hall's website. The concert will be approximately one hour in duration.

Two exceptional young pianists join forces for a programme of piano four hands, culminating in Schubert’s inimitable Fantasie in F minor, a piece once described by Joachim Kaiser as ‘one of the greatest works in music history.’

Available to watch online until 5 July.

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