Legato: The World of the Piano: Boris Berezovsky Trailer

Legato: The World of the Piano: Boris Berezovsky Trailer (2006)

01 January 2006

The first installment of a series profiling the next generation of great pianists highlights the work of Russian virtuoso Boris Berezovsky, who has forged a reputation as a musician of remarkable creativity and sensitivity. In a memorable recital recorded live at Germany's state-of-the-art Philharmonie Essen in 2006, Berezovsky plows through a set list of works by Beethoven, Godowsky, Liadov, Llywelyn and Medtner.

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