Maxim Vengerov

20 February 2013 / 19:30
Hall


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Beethoven
Violin Sonata No 10
Schubert Grand Duo
Franck Violin Sonata
Saint-Saens Havanaise Op 83
Saint-Saens Introduction
Saint-Saens Rondo Capriccioso

Maxim Vengerov
violin
Itamar Golan piano

Widely regarded as one of the world’s most dynamic artists, Maxim Vengerov has performed sold out concerts with the world’s most eminent orchestras in every major city in the world. Steeped in the celebrated Russian tradition of music making, Maxim enjoys international acclaim as a musician of the highest order, tireless in his search for new means of creative expression.

Having taken time off to study conducting, Maxim returned to the violin in 2011 and now divides his time equally between playing the violin, conducting and teaching.
Here he brings his trademark sweet, radiant and singing violin tone to the Barbican for a special recital with Lithuanian-born pianist Itamar Golan.

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Part of All classical music events - 2012–2013 season
Part of Barbican Productions 2012–2013


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