For concert pianists of the very highest level, extraordinary technical skill can only take you so far. To be truly unique, you must have a special intuition, an almost mystical ability to capture the emotion behind and beyond each note. Zlata Chochieva has such intuition. Yes, this Russian virtuosa is a supremely gifted technician -- you don't win 10 international competitions without an astounding command of the keys. But it is her ability, in the words of the Miami Herald, "to draw out inner voicings from the music with striking clarity" that makes her such a performer of rare skill. Be there for her triumphant return to the Miami International Piano Festival for a program of works by Chopin, Prokofiev and more. Please see the event description for more details about this exciting show.
This event is not recommended for children age 10 or younger.
There will be an included, optional postshow reception.
Cesar Franck – Ignaz Friedman: Prelude, Fugue and Variation (transcription for piano)
Frederic Chopin: 12 Etudes op. 25
Domenico Scarlatti: Five Sonatas:
K.54 A minor
K.113 A major
K.319 F sharp major
K.1 D minor
K.141 D minor
Sergei Prokofiev: Sonata No. 2 in D minor