Following the February concert of "Russian Impressions of the 20th Century" in the Hamburg Musitektur series, the Russian theme continues at the Berlin office on Tuesday, 3rd May 2011 with a recital by young Russian pianist Daniil Danilenko.
Spring Greetings from Moscow
Hardenbergstr. 4–5, Berlin
7.30pm, Tuesday, 3rd May 2011
Bookings by telephone
030-617 855 by 25th April 2011
The following Musitektur in Berlin:
20th September, with Anne-Katrin Schenk
Daniil Danilenko was born in Samara/Russia on 2nd January 1991, the son of an architect family. He learnt the piano from the age of four at a children’s arts school, and three years later was admitted to Marina Bogdanova’s piano class. After coming first in the Kabalevsky Competition in 2002, he regularly played with the Samara Philharmonia orchestra, performing inter alia concertos by Grieg, Liszt, Prokofiev, Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky. Daniil Danilenko holds a scholarship from the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation. In 2007, he was awarded the President of the Russian Federation’s prize, and was admitted to Professor Zhukova’s class in the academic music college at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. He has won awards in international competitions in Russia, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria and France.
Following the February concert of ‘Russian Impressions of the 20th Century’ in the Hamburg Musitektur series, the Russian theme continues with young Russian pianist Daniil Danilenko at the Berlin office. In a recital commencing at 7.30pm on Tuesday, 3rd May 2011, he will perform works by Beethoven, Schubert, Liszt and Rachmaninov, and also two works by Alexander Scriabin, who broke new ground in tonality in the first decade of the 20th century.
1 Ludwig van Beethoven 1770–1827
Sonata no. 17 in D minor, op. 31, no. 2, part 1 (1802)
2 Alexander Scriabin 1871–1915
Feuillet d‘Album, op. 45, no. 1, in E flat major (1904)
3 Alexander Scriabin
Valse, op. 38, A flat major (1903)
4 Franz Liszt 1811–1886
Transcendental Étude "Wilde Jagd", in C minor (1852)
5 Sergei Rachmaninov 1873–1943
Prelude in D major, op. 23, no. 4 (1903)
6 Franz Schubert 1797–1828
Wanderer fantasy in C major (1822)
7 Pyotr Tchaikovsky 1840–1893
Andante Maestoso from the Nutcracker Suite, arranged for piano by Mikhail Pletnev (1999)