Photo: Adriano Heitmann
Zlata Chochieva will give her Wigmore Hall debut this week, in a programme of works by Chopin, Scriabin, Liszt and Rachmaninov on 26th March. It includes Rachmaninov’s 1st piano sonata Op.28, a rarely performed pianistic masterpiece that had first brought Chochieva to international attention when she recorded it for Piano Classics.
Reviewers wrote: “[A work of] broad and expansive romantic language, pianistic glittering and bravura,… Zlata’s technique knows no limits, but it is her exquisite musical taste, her innate melodic feeling and sweeping passion that impresses her audience most deeply.”
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