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recital with gabriela montero

The Venezuelan pianist is a regular at the Heidelberger Frühling. Gabriela Montero’s recital on 17 March features a number of pieces by composers who were full-fledged piano virtuosos: Brahms’ performing career was nearing its end when he made his mark as a composer, Clara Schumann had to fight hard to assert her musical creativity, Franz Liszt fascinated his audiences with his staggering improvisatory talents – a talent which Montero shares.

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recital with gabriela montero

The Venezuelan pianist is a regular at the Heidelberger Frühling. Gabriela Montero’s recital on 17 March features a number of pieces by composers who were full-fledged piano virtuosos: Brahms’ performing career was nearing its end when he made his mark as a composer, Clara Schumann had to fight hard to assert her musical creativity, Franz Liszt fascinated his audiences with his staggering improvisatory talents – a talent which Montero shares.

recital with gabriela montero

The Venezuelan pianist is a regular at the Heidelberger Frühling. Gabriela Montero’s recital on 17 March features a number of pieces by composers who were full-fledged piano virtuosos: Brahms’ performing career was nearing its end when he made his mark as a composer, Clara Schumann had to fight hard to assert her musical creativity, Franz Liszt fascinated his audiences with his staggering improvisatory talents – a talent which Montero shares.

recital with gabriela montero

The Venezuelan pianist is a regular at the Heidelberger Frühling. Gabriela Montero’s recital on 17 March features a number of pieces by composers who were full-fledged piano virtuosos: Brahms’ performing career was nearing its end when he made his mark as a composer, Clara Schumann had to fight hard to assert her musical creativity, Franz Liszt fascinated his audiences with his staggering improvisatory talents – a talent which Montero shares.