Works by Mozart and Johannes Brahms are on the programme of a concert by acclaimed pianist Grigory Sokolov.
Piano virtuoso Grigory Sokolov (photo Martin Fleck/Creative Commons) is renowned for not making any recordings, which lends every performance by the Russian all the more special. Le Temps said of Sokolov that “is power of concentration and his ability to capture the essential is only granted to the very greatest”.
At the Philharmonie he will perform three works by Mozart, including the piano sonata KV 331. And then he will play the Six Pieces for Piano, Op. 118, and Four Pieces for Piano Op. 119 by Brahms, the former dedicated to Clara Schumann.