Saturday 11 November, 7.30pm, Cochran Hall, Kirkcudbright.
£15 Adults; £0 Under 26
Soukhovetski Pride Suite (Selection) Red: App Tango Blue: Loss Orange: A New Life
Saint-Saëns Havanaise for violin & piano
Buxton Orr Carmen Fantasy for cello & piano
Handel, Halvorsen arr. trio
Rachmaninov Trio No.2
Violinist Filip Pogády has been praised by the press for the "beauty of his tone", “lightning-like virtuosity” (Russkoe Slovo) and his "commanding performances" (The New York Times). Pogády has performed in some of the most renowned concert venues in the world including Lincoln Center (New York), Rudolphinum (Prague), Konzerthaus (Vienna), Tel Aviv Opera House, Lotte Hall (Seoul), and Seoul Arts Center. He is the winner of 5 Grand Prix awards and 15 international competitions.
Max Beitan tours and performs extensively in Europe, the USA and Asia. His expression on the cello is synthesis of belcanto and a “speaking” technique. Listening to his collaboration with the instrument it seems to us that he sometimes sings and sometimes just speaks. Thanks to his energetic interpretations and a winning personality, his concerts leave a unique impression.
Konstantin Soukhovetski is a recipient of over 15 awards and is an alumnus of The Juilliard School where he has earned his BM, MM, and AD degrees under the tutelage of Jerome Lowenthal. Born in Moscow to a family of artists he studied at the Moscow Central Special Music School, under the auspices of the Moscow State Conservatory, with Anatoly Ryabov.
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