Running order of OPC final round performances

We have seven finalists this year, each playing a programme lasting approximately 35 mins. Doors will open at approx 2.10pm and the first performance will commence at 2.30pm. Entrance to the Auditorium is at Via Govone, 16. Here is the running order of the performances and programmes:

 

1430

Slav Lechowski

 

 

Fr. Chopin - Mazurka A minor op. 17 no. 4

Fr. Chopin - Waltz C sharp minor op. 64 no. 2

Fr. Chopin - Fantasy F minor op. 49

Fr. Chopin – Etude E flat minor op. 10 no. 6

Fr. Chopin - Nocturne E major op. 62 no. 2

 

1505

Vincent Letourmy

 

 

M. Moussorgsky - Pictures at an exhibition

 

1540-1550

BREAK

 

 

1550

Alessandro Mercando

 

L.V. Beethoven Sonata in F minor op. 57

F. Liszt Sonnet del Petrarca 123 (from Années de pèlerinage, Livre n. 2, l’Italie)

I. Albeniz - El Albaicin (from suite Iberia, Book n. 3)

 

1625

Iuliia Tarasevich

 

 

F. Liszt  Hungarian Rhapsody No.5 in E minor "Héroide élégiaque"  S.244

O.Taktakishvili - Poem(1951), Toccata for piano D-Minor

V. Kalinnikov- Elegy in B-Minor

G. Gershwin, Three Preludes: prelude no.1 in B-flat Major

1700-1730

INTERVAL

 

 

1730

Mariia Narodytska 

 

J. Brahms – Eight piano  pieces Op.76

C. Debussy - L'Isle Joyeuse

 

1805

Sara Costa

 

R. Schumann -  Fantasy in C Major, Op. 17

 

1840

Abel Sanchez-Aguilera

 

P. Boulez – Sonata no. 2

 

1915

Performance by Marco di Marzio, winner of the “Spirit of the Open Piano Competition” award.

 

 

 

 

Granados - Los Requiebros, from Goyescas, op. 11

1930

Presentation of awards