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Nobuyuki Tsujii in Recital

28 October 2024

In the Concert Hall

Sydney Symphony Orchestra

Classical Music

Nobuyuki Tsujii has been blind since birth and learns scores by ear, giving him an intimate and unique connection to every piece he performs.

Voyage of virtuosity

This expansive program demonstrates Tsujii's endless talent. It's a thrilling voyage from the stormy, swirling brilliance of Beethoven's Tempest to Liszt's exciting pilgrimage through Venice and Naples. Ravel takes us to the Spanish Court with his beloved, timeless Pavane pour une infante défunte, then captures the playful sense of movement and hypnotic essence of water. And Kapustin's jazz-inspired études are full of toe-tapping energy, a show within a show.

Experience the 'blazing ability' (The Guardian) of this 'absolute force of nature' (Seattle Times) fill the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall –a suitably grand stage for this unstoppable talent.

Presented by Sydney Symphony Orchestra


BEETHOVEN Piano Sonata No.17, The Tempest
LISZT Années de pèlerinage, Italie: Venezia e Napoli
Menuet sur le nom d’Haydn
Pavane pour une infante défunte
Jeux d’eau
KAPUSTIN Eight Concert Etudes

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