Pavel Kolesnikov and Samson Tsoy 

Schubert’s Fantasia and Stravinsky’s Sacre: two young piano geniuses behind a single piano
  • Thu 7 Mar ’24
    20:15
    Jurriaanse Zaal
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A list of the next generation of master pianists is incomplete without Pavel Kolesnikov.

Together with his piano-partner Samson Tsoy, he will play a unique performance in de Doelen, both seated at the same piano. Schubert’s Fantasia in F minor is the corner stone of the piano four-hands repertoire, and one of the most famous piano pieces in general – a melody that everybody has heard at least a few times. And Stravinsky’s Rights of Spring is even more well-known. And it is worth mentioning that the four-hands adaptation is perhaps even more impressive than the version for orchestra. 

Pavel Kolesnikov and Samson Tsoy are not only pianists, but also the brains behind the Ragged Music Festival, a unique chamber music festival that takes place in an abandoned London school building.  
 

programme

Schubert Fantasia in F minor  | Desyatnikov Trompe-l’oeil  | Stravinsky The rights of spring (version for piano four-hands)  

credits

Pavel Kolesnikov piano | Samson Tsoy piano