The young, internationally known and celebrated pianist Gabriel E. Arnold will treat us to a proper classical concert evening.
Beethoven’s last Sonata, Op.111, is going to be the emphasis of this live concert. It is the most unique, difficult and inspiring piano work of that era. Because of its difficulty, it is rarely played, which makes this evening at Tonhalle Zürich even more thrilling.
Apart from Mozart and Rachmaninov, Gabriel Arnold’s own compositions will be on the program – including one world premiere!
Treat your girlfriend to an evening of pure aesthetics! (You are welcome.)
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