Kit Armstrong  piano

Mischief, depth and tragedy are the watchwords of Alfred Brendel's disciple

Kit Armstrong - Neda Navae


C. P. E. Bach  Freie Fantaisie Wq 67
Mozart Fantaisy K. 608
Sonata No. 14 K. 457
Haydn Capriccio Hob. XVII:4
Variations Hob. XVII:6
Mozart Sonata K. 311 « Alla turca »

Approximate running time
1st part: 25mn - Intermission: 20mn - 2nd part: 35mn

Mozart in mischievous mode in the “Alla turca” Sonata, but also in the fine tragic passages of the Sonata in C minor and the neglected Fantasy in F minor, the roguish Haydn of the Capriccio in C major, and the more profound Haydn of the Variations in F minor – which is already edging closer to the Romanticism which began with Carl Philip Emmanuel Bach, of whom Mozart said: “He is the father, we are children”. This disciple of Alfred Brendel, the ultimate piano prodigy, breathes life into two of the finest composers of their day in a fascinating game of mirrors.

Production MPSZ Associates


Kit Armstrong Bach

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