Piano Matinée: From Classical to Contemporary

Music (classical, contemporary)

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The pianist and composer, winner of several national and international competitions, will play an exciting program including pieces by Beethoven and Rachmaninov, as well as her own compositions. As a special feature, Olga Riazantceva-Schwarz will play sonatas written by the Swiss composer Jean Paul Liardet, which she recently recorded. This concert is part of the album release tour. The double-CD album contains a total of six piano sonatas composed by JP Liardet between 1971 and 2020.

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