I Vespri Siciliani: Overture (Piano)
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His wide repertoire revolves around the works of Italian composers of the 19th century. Aida is an opera in four acts by Giuseppe Verdi, based on the Italian libretto of Antonio Ghislanzoni. The plot is set in the so-called "Old Kingdom", presumably of Egypt. Aida revolves around intertwined story lines and love affairs complicated by political interference.
G HD. Evgeny Kissin enchants with a magnificent piano recital of works by Chopin, Schumann and Debussy at the 25th anniversary edition of the Swiss Verbier Festival in The Russian pianist's recitals are always a highlight of the Verbier festival. Always played to a full house, they are anticipated by the audience. Schumann composed the piece in but revised it in Kissin carefully scrutinized both versions and has allowed himself to borrow the best from both. The minute long work is challenging both physically and technically, ending in a spectacular finale.
The program included pieces by famous composers first performed by this orchestra. He took the opportunity with both hands and wrote his First Violin Concerto. De Sarasate, at his young age, was already a celebrity and he performed all over the world. He wanted to present the violinist, who had grown up in the meantime, with a challenge. De Sarasate was very pleased with the result and performed the piece on a regular basis, with popularity ensuing: both George Bizet and Claude Debussy made their own versions. However, within the richness of her career, baroque music remains a favourite repertoire, as proven once more by this recital in the Church of Verbier filmed in the summer of It demonstrates a remarkable simplicity: alternation of vocal and short sparkling instrumental works.