Portrait 096

Saturday, November 1, 2014, at 8:00 PM
Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center

featuring Hélène Tysman, piano

PAUL LANSKY Line and Shadow (2008)
GABRIEL FAURÉ Fantasy for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 111 (1918–19)
FRÉDÉRIC CHOPIN Grande Polonaise Brillante, Op. 22 (1830–34)
FRANZ SCHUBERT Symphony No. 4, “Tragic” (1816)

From Schubert’s eloquent masterpiece to American Paul Lansky’s subtle-yet-haunting newish opus, this varied quartet of works’ disposition to Romantic utterance is mainly of the understated variety. Fauré’s sensually atmospheric piano showpiece and Chopin’s showstopper make a rare appearance.

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Praise for our guest soloist:

“She has a highly individualised approach to the piano, with a unique sense of sound, colour and rubato, sometimes reminiscent of the vivid performances of great pianists earlier in the century.” —Kevin Kenner, International Chopin Piano Competition Panelist

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