Kissin in Tokyo Trailer

Kissin in Tokyo Trailer (1988)

"Live from Suntory Hall" 09 January 1988 Music 76 mins

Pianist Yevgeny Kissin recorded live at the Suntory Hall in Tokyo on May 12th, 1987. Kissin's musicality, the depth and poetic quality of his interpretations have put him in the forefront of today's pianists. He makes regular recital tours of Europe, America and Asia to sold-out houses. He has performed with all the leading orchestras of the world under such conductors as Abbado, Ashkenazy, Barenboim, Davis, Gergiev, Giulini, Jansons, Karajan, Levine, Maazel, Muti, Ozawa, Solti, Svetlanov and Temirkanov. Kissin has also performed chamber music with Martha Argerich, Gidon Kremer, James Levine, Alexander Knyazev, Mischa Maisky, Thomas Quasthoff, Isaac Stern and others.

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Cast

Yevgeny Kissin

as Pianist

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 09 January 1988

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