World-renowned Japanese pianist Mitsuko Uchida is coming to the Athens Concert Hall to perform for one night only on May 24th, presenting a program which organizers say expresses her interests and aspirations as an artist: clarity in classical form, expressiveness and experimentation. To this end, the award-winning and critically acclaimed musician will perform selected pieces by György Kurtág, Mozart and Schumann.
“Her playing stands out for its sensitivity, its unadulterated spirituality and its focus on giving a clear, unadorned meaning to every musical gesture,” the announcement for the concert reads.
You can find the full program, and book your tickets here. Tickets cost 11 to 60 euros, and the performance will begin at 20:30.