Pianist Series: Grigory Sokolov
Russian pianist Grigory Sokolov prefers to play solo recitals on an instrument he has learned thoroughly in advance. What Sokolov will treat you to on June 2 will be announced later. There is no doubt that it will be a personal and unique recital.
He has no inclination for studio recordings, nor does he show interest in performing as a soloist with an orchestra or engaging in chamber music collaborations. Russian pianist Grigory Sokolov is, above all, in his element when he can give a recital. He has studied the instrument he will play inside and out in advance. According to Sokolov, it takes many hours to dive into a grand piano. Every instrument has its personality, and he wants to know it. After all, they play together. What he will perform on the Steinway in the Great Hall will be announced later.
With thanks to the supporters of the Kleine Zaal Fund.
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