After he won first prize at the Queen Elisabeth Competition, Brussels, in 2013, his career became stratospheric.
He has been particularly praised for his performances of Russian music and tonight's concert is a special opportunity to hear him in the immensely colourful, intense and poetic set of Études-tableaux (picture studies), Op.39 by Rachmaninov.
The programme also features a selection from Liszt's Transcendental Studies, headily romantic pieces that display the pianist's virtuoso capabilities to the maximum.
PerformersBoris Giltburg piano
Repertoire-: Please note change from originally published programme!
St John's Smith Square at 6.15pm: pre-concert talk. Boris Giltburg discusses the programme. Admission free.
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