One of the most exciting historical keyboard players in the world right now, Ronald Brautigam performs Mendelssohn and Chopin as it would have sounded in the 19th century.
Ronald Brautigam | Fortepiano
Mendelssohn | Rondo capriccioso Op 14
Chopin | Scherzo No 2 in B flat minor Op 31
Chopin | Nocturnes Op 27
Mendelssohn | Variations serieuses Op 54
Mendelssohn | Songs without words Op 19
Chopin | Barcarolle Op 60
Chopin | Berceuse Op 57
Chopin | Polonaise-Fantasy Op 61
Breathtaking virtuosity; astonishing clarity; dazzling new insights.
Ronald Brautigam is one of the world’s most exciting players of historical keyboards. He’s famed for his exceptional performances of Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven – and for the bracing new perspectives he unveils on well-loved music, using instruments from the composers’ own times.
For his International Festival recital, Brautigam shines his searching spotlight on two later composers – Mendelssohn and Chopin. From Mendelssohn’s fiery Rondo capriccioso and sparkling Variations sérieuses to Chopin’s enormously powerful Polonaise-Fantasy, this is a recital to stimulate, captivate, and offer arrestingly fresh visions.
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