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Moores School of Music presents Rachmaninoff Sesquicentennial - Guest Recital: Anton Igubnov, piano

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Anton Igubnov will begin the evening by delving into the heart of Rachmaninoff’s emotional depth with a selection of 10 preludes and romances arranged for solo piano by Earl Wild. Each piece is a journey through the composer’s soul, conveying a range of emotions from love and longing to introspection and melancholy.

Following the intermission, Igubnov will take the audience on a musical journey through Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances,” Opus 45, skillfully arranged for solo piano by the artist himself. These dances are a magnificent testament to Rachmaninoff’s orchestral brilliance, showcasing his harmonies and melodies.

Anton Igubnov will begin the evening by delving into the heart of Rachmaninoff’s emotional depth with a selection of 10 preludes and romances arranged for solo piano by Earl Wild. Each piece is a journey through the composer’s soul, conveying a range of emotions from love and longing to introspection and melancholy.

Following the intermission, Igubnov will take the audience on a musical journey through Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances,” Opus 45, skillfully arranged for solo piano by the artist himself. These dances are a magnificent testament to Rachmaninoff’s orchestral brilliance, showcasing his harmonies and melodies.

WHEN

WHERE

Dudley Recital Hall
Houston, TX 77004, USA
https://uh.edu/kgmca/music/events/calendar/?view=e&id=638944#event

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Admission is free.

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