Konstantin Lifschitz

"... Returning at the end to acknowledge his ovation, he began to play again the familiar prelude Number 1 in C major. It was clear why. What, two and a half hours earlier, had necessarily sounded tentative, now bloomed and pulsed in a fullness and completion of feeling. It was the most magical moment in a deeply satisfying evening."

Bryan Northcott, The Independent



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