Piano Recital by Natalia Sokolovskaya

Russian Natalia Sokolovskaya is currently studying piano and composition at the Royal College of Music. It is not often we hear music from 1724 at the Piano Week, but that’s where we begin for her recital this lunchtime. We stay in the 18th century for Haydn and C P E Bach, with music of elegance and refinement, followed by Janacek’s intense and moving two movement Sonata, and Natalia ends her recital with a favourite Chopin Mazurka and a virtuoso Rondo.


Rameau  Allemande, Le Rappel des Oiseaux, Gigue en Rondeau
Haydn  Sonata in A (H XVI 12)
C P E Bach  Variations on La folie d’ Espagne
Janáček  Sonata 1.x.1905
Chopin  Mazurka in E minor Op 41 No 2; Introduction and Rondo in E flat Op 16

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