Next Concerts

May 30, 2022

In Classica Festival – Recital

Dubai, UAE - Opera House Dubai

Schumann – Kinderszenen op. 15
Shor – Childhood memories
Debussy – Children’s corner
Tchaikovsky – Album for the Youth

Jun 02, 2022

Kristiansand Symphony

Kristiansand, Norway - Kristiansand Concert Hall

Rachmaninoff – Piano Concerto No. 3

w/ Kristiansand Symphony
Ken-David Masur, conductor

Reviews

June 18th, 2019

Brahms Piano Concerto No. 1 / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / cond. Vasily Petrenko

“The classical restraint of Kozhukhin’s metrical precision actually added to the touching pathos. Without pause Kozhukhin launched into the final Rondo, each episode of which was splendidly characterised. The fugal passage was especially ear-catching from the strings, in its quietly creeping Tom ‘n Jerry manner, before the pianist demonstrated just how piquant his decorated version was. The coda let loose its tight succession of exchanges between soloist and band, and this formidable work completed its heroic journey. The tiny encore of Grieg’s Arietta, which Kozhukhin announced to an alarming squeal from (I assume) one of that composer’s compatriots, was as evanescent and inconsequential as the concerto had sounded mighty and enduring.”

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