Do. 09. July '20 17:30 Uhr
Holzwickede Haus Opherdicke

Anna Zassimova

Beethoven and Chopin


Arcadi Volodos auf dem Klavierfestival Ruhr 2020

Ludwig van Beethoven
Fantasy in G Minor op. 77
32 Variations in C Minor WoO 80
Polonaise in C Major op. 89

Frédéric Chopin
Nocturne op. 55/1
Mazurka op. 56/2
Polonaise-Fantasie in A Flat Major op. 61

Anna Zassimova left a splendid impression when she performed her début at the Ruhr Piano Festival in 2017. Born in Moscow, she is also an art historian and has a doctorate in musicology; in the realm of performance, she has proven her worth as a master discoverer of hidden piano treasures. She is particularly well-known for having helped rediscover French-Russian composer Georgy Catoire. Now Anna Zassimova, who teaches at Karlsruhe Music University, is acknowledged as an outstanding interpreter of Chopin. “Her playing combines brilliant technique and warm-blooded musicianship”, one can read in one of a number of glowing reviews. Zassimova plays “with a charm that almost carries the audience away: delicacy, intimacy, and reverie are some of the most outstanding features of her art”. Zassimova has conceived this recital programme exclusively for the Ruhr Piano Festival.

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Das Wasserschloss und ehemalige Rittergut Haus Opherdicke stammt aus dem 12. Jahrhundert. Das Haus zählt zu den herausragenden Baudenkmälern der Region und ist ein Musterbeispiel für das harmonisch...




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