Pianist Vladimir Feltsman at Symphony Center
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Vladimir Feltsman, piano
Mozart – Fantasy in D Minor
Schubert – Four Impromptus
Chopin – Four Ballades
An artist of immense range and insight, Vladimir Feltsman is recognized as one of the most imaginative, versatile and interesting musicians of our time. The New York Times says, “Mr. Feltsman’s readings of Chopin’s Four Ballades were pictures of structural clarity… which touched extremes of introspection and turbulence.”