Angelich. Beethoven. Poga. Harmony. A retrospection of the evening.

02.02.2018 news
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The wizardly fingers of Nicholas Angelich conjured Beethoven’s transcendental, fragile fantasy, known to the Earth dwellers as his Piano Concerto no. 4. Andris Poga built a monumental, lively Prokofiev’s Symphony no. 5 using an architectural, far-reaching approach.

Photos: Mārcis Gaujenietis

 

 

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