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Extraordinary Recital Dmitry Sitkovetsky (violin) & Iain Burnside (piano) Live at The Romanian Athenaeum and Online on festivalenescu.ro

On Saturday, May 22, from 7:00 PM (EEST), you can listen to Dmitry Sitkovetsky (violin) & Iain Burnside (piano) in an extraordinary recital. The program contains four works by Johannes Brahms.

Dmitry Sitkovetsky is the president of Violin Jury at Enescu Competition. A renaissance man and a magnetic creative force, Dmitry Sitkovetsky is recognised throughout the world as having made a considerable impact on every aspect of musical life. A prolific recording artist, with a career spanning more than four decades, he is celebrated globally as a violinist, conductor, creator, transcriber, and facilitator – and holds an undisputed and venerable position in musical society as a giant personality and educator.

Internationally acclaimed as a leading collaborative pianist, (pretty much ideal, BBC Music Magazine) Iain Burnsidehas worked with many of the world’s great singers. His discography features over fifty CDs, spanning a huge sweep of repertoire. Highlights include the Gramophone Award-winning NMC Songbook, Schubert cycles with baritone Roderick Williams on Chandos and a series of English Song for Naxos.

Tickets from Athenaeum Hall cost 65 ROn and can be purchased exclusively online from this link. The event can also be watched online, on the festivalenescu.ro website, and the ticket costs 30 lei.

Programme:

Brahms – Scherzo – from Sonata F-A-E (“Frei aber einsam”)
Brahms – Sonata for violin and piano in G major op.78 “Regensonate”
Brahms – Sonata for violin and piano in A major op. 100 “Meistersinger”
Brahms – Sonata for violin and piano in D minor op 108