The renowned Mexican pianist Jorge Federico Osorio returns to Mérida to delight the audience with the Concerto No. 2 for piano by Brahms, as beautiful as it is grandiose, which 4 movements evoke a great symphony and which was premiered by the famous composer in Budapest in 1881.
Changing times, the OSY will perform the most important and great symphony of Prokofiev composed in the middle of World War II and premiered in Moscow in 1945, which consists, in the words of the composer, in a “hymn for a free and happy man”.
FRIDAY APRIL 20-9 P.M.
SUNDAY APRIL 22-12 P.M.
The Piano Concerto No. 2 in B flat major, Op. 83 is considered by many pianists and experts as one of the pieces of greatest technical difficulty in universal piano literature.
The work currently enjoys a popularity only comparable to the contributions of Beethoven and Schumann to this genre.
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