Yury Revich - adding a touch of Russian to the Festival.

Yury Revich At The Montpellier Languedoc-Roussilon Festival – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert – AKA: Anti-Road Rage Wednesday

Yury Revich – adding a touch of Russian to the Festival.

Clink on the link and relax: Yury Revich Recital – July 16, 2012

Staying in France this week, and staying with the Radio France/Montpellier Languedoc-Roussilon Festival and a recital by Russian wunderkind Yury Revich in a program of music by Beethoven, Paganini, Giovanni-Battista Pergolese, Debussy, Astor Piazzolla, Richard Dubognon and Pablo Sarasate. Recorded and broadcast live by the venerable Radio France Musique on July 16th (just two days ago), although for some reason, the audio stream wound up in mono. But still . . .

Here’s what’s being performed:

♫ Ludwig van Beethoven
Sonate N°8 en sol Majeur Op.30 N°3 (1801, 1802)
1- Allegro assai
2- Tempo di Minuetto
3- Allegro vivace

♫ Nicolò Paganini & Pawel Kochański
La Campanella (1838, 1840)

♫ Giovanni-Battista Pergolese
Sonate en mi Majeur Op.65

♫ Claude Debussy
Sonate N°12 en sol min L 140 (1916,1917)

♫ Astor Piazzolla & Sofia Gubaidulina, Arrangements
Le Grand tango (1982)

♫ Richard Dubugnon (Né en 1968)
Hypnos (2010)

♫ Pablo de Sarasate
Fantaisie de concert sur Carmen Op.25 (1883)

Yuri Revich, Violon
François-Xavier Poizat, Piano
Concert donné Salle Pasteur-Le Corum à Montpellier.

Another stunning example of just how exciting the Summer Festival season is in Europe this year and just how wonderful the programs are. This is the perfect example of mixing the familiar with the unfamiliar and the end result is a satisfying and enriching experience. God knows, we can use it right about now.

Enjoy and take a few deep breaths.

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