18 Feb

ECO at Cadogan Hall

19:30 Cadogan Hall

Series: Cadogan Hall series

The delicate colours and nuances of Ravel’s Tombeau de Couperin offer a gentle commemoration of the anniversary of the First World War; Ravel had dedicated each movement in the original piano version to a friend who had died in the conflict. Behzod Abduraimov, first prizewinner in the London International Piano Competition and his teacher Stanislav Ioudenitch, gold medallist in the Van Cliburn Piano Competition, play Mozart’s Concerto for two pianos and after a selection of Dvorak’s folksong based Legends we return to Ravel and enter the enchanted world of the Mother Goose Suite.

  1. Ravel Le Tombeau de Couperin
  2. Mozart Concerto for two pianos
  3. Dvorak Legends Op.59 (selection)
  4. Ravel Mother Goose Suite
Andrew Litton
Behzod Abduraimov
Stanislav Ioudenitch