Pianist Vladimir Feltsman plays an all-Robert Schumann program at the Aspen Music Festival’s winter recital series on Saturday, March 14.
The concert, which will air live at 6:30 p.m. on CPR Classical, features Schumann’s “Kinderscenen (Scenes from Childhood),” “Faschingsschwank aus Wien” and Fantasy in C major.
Feltsman became an international sensation in the late 1980s after many news stories about his struggle to leave the Soviet Union to focus on his solo career. The pianist is a frequent performer at Aspen Music Festival. He talked about his music and his time in the political spotlight last summer in an interview with CPR Classical:
Watch Feltsman play Robert Schumann’s “Arabesque:”
Hear the live broadcast on 88.1 FM in Denver, 99.9 FM in Boulder or online at CPRClassical.org.
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