BEETHOVEN Sonata for Piano No.8 in C minor, ‘Pathetique’
BEETHOVEN Andante in F major, 'Andante favori'
BEETHOVEN Sonata for Piano No.21 in C Major, ‘Waldstein’
Jae-Hyuck Cho Piano
Celebrated pianist Jae-Hyuck Cho opens the Festival with three works that exemplify the rich musicality of Beethoven’s compositions for the piano. The Pathetique Sonata, written in C minor and a favourite of Beethoven’s, carries a deep emotive weight that is at its most expressive in the Adagio cantabile movement. The recital closes with the Waldstein Sonata, one of the most highly regarded and technically challenging works in the repertoire.
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