St George's Hall Concert Room

Chamber Music

Marc-André Hamelin, piano

Samuil Feinburg
Piano Sonatas No.1 and 4
Piano Sonata No.23, Appassionata
Fantasie in C major, Op.17

Marc-André Hamelin isn’t like other pianists: his combination of towering virtuosity and questing intellect have made him one of the foremost musical explorers of our day. But he’s still peerless in the classics, and 19th-century masterpieces by Beethoven and Schumann frame this typically imaginative programme, in which Hamelin shares his latest rediscovery: the deeply poetic music of Samuil Feinberg, a forgotten disciple of Rachmaninov and Scriabin.

Is it possible for a pianist to be too good? If anyone faces jeopardy with that question, it’s Marc-André Hamelin...
The New York Times

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