Sunday 18th November, 3:00pm
In this, the second program in the series, Maria Raspopova displays her fine ability to play technically demanding works as well as draw out subtle shadings of colour from the piano. Maria’s playing has been praised for its “beautiful reading, finely crafted for maximum emotional impact,” and she has been hailed as “a pianist who could play anything”.
This finely balanced program of music includes Debussy’s deeply intimate and lyrical Claire De Lune and Rachmaninoff’s Etudes-tableaux Op. 33, No.8. The program also includes Chopin’s epic and dramatic Ballade in F minor, Sergei Prokofiev's very popular Visions Fugitives and Erik Satie’s delightful Trois Gymnopedies.
51F Sunninghill Ave
02 4861 2664
The Rose Room has a Steinway piano available, seating for 50 guests and up to 8 performers.
Janet can also prepare a sumptuous afternoon tea for guests and artists.