Einav Yarden, piano
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Hailed for her Haydn interpretations, Israeli pianist Einav Yarden brings two selections by the composer to her 92Y debut. Haydn's Fantasia based on an Austrian folk tune introduces similar influences in Bartók's bagatelles, themselves based on Hungarian folk tunes. She returns to Haydn with his buoyant F Major sonata, before Bartók's dance-inflected Burlesques. Schumann's Fantasie conclude the concert, displaying the composer's eye on the present in its dedication to Franz Liszt, and his love of history, with its echoes of Beethoven.
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