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Arcadi Volodos plays Brahms and Schubert at the Barbican – 14th December 2015

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The  final piano recital this autumn places the genius of Arcadi Volodos in the Romantic tradition of Schubert and Brahms.

If certain pieces of music are better than they can ever be played, Schubert’s huge, visionary Sonata D 960 surely falls into that category. Arcadi Volodos has spent his career immersed in the Romantic tradition; his interpretation of Schubert’s final sonata will be profoundly worth hearing.

It’s hard to imagine a better quality to bring to late Schubert, but with Volodos’ untrammelled emotional response and command of musical architecture, his readings of late Brahms should add up to a memorable evening.

Programme

Brahms
Theme and Variations in D minor, Op 18
8 Klavierstucke Op 76
Schubert Sonata No 21 D 960

Performers

Arcadi Volodos piano

If you would like further information or book tickets, visit the Barbican website here

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