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27th August 12.00 PM, 3.00 PM Dinara Klinton 27th August 12.00 PM, 3.00 PM Dinara Klinton

Dinara Klinton

The Ukrainian-born pianist. Has an Artist Diploma in Performance from the Royal College of Music, where she previously received a Master of Performance degree with distinction. After graduating from the Moscow Central Music School, where she studied with Valery Pyasetsky, she passed her Graduate Diploma with Honours at the Moscow Conservatory, where she worked with Eliso Virsaladze. She has won many awards in prestigious competitions, including Third Prize in the BNDES International Piano Competition in Rio (2014), Second Prize and special prizes in the International Paderewski Competition in Bydgoszcz (2013) and Second Prize in the Busoni International Piano Competition in Bolzano (2007). She has also received the diploma for the best non-finalist in the Chopin Competition in Warsaw (2015). She has appeared at many international music festivals, including the Rheingau, Ravello, Cheltenham and La Roque d'Anthéron festivals, and the Aldeburgh Proms. She has performed at such venues as the Royal Festival Hall, Wigmore Hall and Cadogan Hall in London, the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow, Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Konzerthaus Berlin, Leipzig Gewandhaus, Warsaw Philharmonic and Tokyo Sumida Triphony Hall. She has worked with such orchestras as the Philharmonia, Lucerne Symphony, Leningrad Philharmonic, State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia, Musica Viva and Moscow Virtuosi. Her performances have been broadcast by the EBU, BBC and Russian State TV and Radio. She made her recording debut aged sixteen, with Music of Chopin and Liszt (Delos Records). Her CD of Liszt's complete Transcendental Etudes was released by Genuin in 2016, and the new CD was out in May 2017 as a part of the renown The Fryderyc Chopin recording series: Chopin. Complete Works on contemporary instruments.

 

Piano recital

Programme:

Fryderyk Chopin [1810-1849]

  • 3 Etudes, Op. 10 (No. 3 in E major, No. 9 in F minor, No. 12 in C minor)
  • 2 Etudes, Op. 25 (No. 7 in C sharp minor, No. 9 in G flat major)
  • 3 Etudes "Méthode de Méthodes", Dbop. 36 (No. 1 in F minor, No. 2 in A flat major, No. 3 in D flat major)
  • Polonaise in C minor, Op. 40 No. 2
  • Nocturne in D flat major, Op. 27 No. 2
  • Ballade in G minor, Op. 23