Elena Kolesnichenko: concerts without orchestras
Date/Time: Friday, April 23rd, 2021, 20:00pm
Date/Time: Friday, April 23rd, 2021, 22:00pm
Elena Kolesnitschenko Johann Sebastian Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Robert Schumann, Camille Saint-Saëns, Alexander Skrjabin Johann Sebastian Bach: Italienisches Konzert F-Dur BWV 971Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Klaviersonate Nr. 13 B-Dur KV 333Robert Schumann: Concert sans orchestre f-Moll op. 14Camille Saint-Saëns: Klavierkonzert Nr. 3 Es-Dur op. 29 (Auszug)Alexander Skr
Gendarmenmarkt 10117 Berlin, Deutschland
A piano as a whole orchestra: at the C. Bechstein concert on 23 April 2021, Elena Kolesnichenko will evidence the power of a grand piano as she performs orchestral works by Bach, Mozart, Schumann, Saint-Saëns and Scriabin.
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Elena Kolesnichenko: concerts without orchestras

A piano as a whole orchestra: at the C. Bechstein concert on 23 April 2021, Elena Kolesnichenko will evidence the power of a grand piano as she performs orchestral works by Bach, Mozart, Schumann, Saint-Saëns and Scriabin.

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Elena Kolesnichenko was born in 1981 in Kharkiv (Ukraine) into a modest family. On discovery of her outstanding musical talent at the age of seven, she was admitted first to the conservatory for gifted children in her native city and then to the Moscow Conservatory. As a nine-year-old, she performed at the Pope’s residence in Vatican City and at the UNO headquarters in New York. A typical representative of the Russian school of piano and a highly talented artist with a perfect mastery of her instrument, she moved to Germany when she was eighteen and studied at the Musikhochschule in Hanover under Professor Vladimir Krainev. As a specialist in Beethoven’s repertoire, she chose works by the great German composer for her first solo album, released in 2014. When she performs on stage, she does without special effects, concentrating instead on the power of music. Her crystal-clear attack, rhythmic vitality and passionate interaction with her piano have enthralled audiences at Cologne’s Philharmonic Hall and various smaller venues.

 

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