Prokofiev’s characterful chamber music spanned pre-revolutionary Russia and the Soviet years: hear it performed by Russian and Armenian stars.
Dubbed ‘impressively virtuosic’ by The Classical Reviewer, Yulia Chaplina is the winner of seven international piano competitions.
Cellist Alexander Chaushian holds top prizes from the International Tchaikovsky Competition and ARD Competition. The Telegraph has commented that ‘his playing is of a supreme order’.
Twice the recipient of the prestigious Diapason d’Or award, Yuri Kalnits has been praised by The Strad for his ‘characteristically velvety sound.’
Yulia Chaplinapiano Alexander Chaushiancello Yuri Kalnitsviolin
Prokofiev: Andantino from Tales of an Old Grandmother, Op.31 arr. Milstein for violin & piano; Selection from Visions fugitives, Op.22; Cello Sonata in C, Op.119 Interval Prokofiev: Piano Sonata No.9 in C, Op.103 -: Selected transcriptions for violin & piano: Prokofiev: Minuet from 4 Pieces, Op.32; Legend from 10 Pieces, Op.12; Grand Valse from Cinderella arr. Fichtenholz for violin & piano; March from The Love for Three Oranges Suite arr. Heifetz for violin & piano