Tamara Stefanovich

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J.S. Bach Sonata in A minor after Reincken, BWV 965
Soler Sonata in C minor R.100
Busoni Sonatina No.2, BV259
D. Scarlatti Sonata in C minor Kk158
D. Scarlatti Sonata in G minor Kk13
C.P.E Bach Sonata in G minor Wq.65/17
Eisler Piano Sonata Op.1
D. Scarlatti Sonata in B minor Kk87
Soler Sonata in D flat R.110
Hindemith Sonata No.3

‘Fearless, dazzling, exceptional’ (Guardian) – Tamara Stefanovich is a captivating presence on the international stage. Her busy schedule covers Europe, Asia and America and includes performances with orchestras, in ensembles, and as a soloist. She has a close working relationship with pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard and one of last season’s highlights was their duo performance of a contemporary programme in Tchaikovsky Hall, Moscow and in Amsterdam. Her 2022/2023 season opens with a return visit to King’s Place, London, for a recital of Bach, Rameau and Messaien.

Tamara Stefanovich’s repertoire is extensive, encompassing the 17th to the 21st century, and her programming is brave and original. Tonight, she performs a distillation of a 3-part, two and a half hour concert that she presented last season at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London. Centred on the form and history of the sonata, it is a fascinating programme, mixing the baroque with the modern while pointedly avoiding the more obvious proponents of the form.