Beatrice Rana
  • Edinburgh International Festival

Chopintudes Op.25


StravinskyThree Movements from Petrushka

Winner of multiple piano awards, with a dazzling technique and probing, revelatory musicianship, Beatrice Rana is one of the most talked-about young pianists around today. With her muscular energy and her tender sense of poetry, shes been compared with the piano greats of the past " but with a sense of freedom and spontaneity that marks her out as a very special talent.

She brings a sparkling programme of virtuoso showpieces for her International Festival debut. Playful, fiery and effortlessly graceful, Chopins Op 25 tudes contain some of the most challenging, thrilling piano music ever written. Ravel paints evocative musical pictures of birds, seascapes and pealing bells in his shimmering Miroirs, while the three movements that Stravinsky transcribed for piano from his ballet Petrushka crackle with vibrant colour and electrifying energy.

Beatrice Rana Piano

Chopin tudes Op.25

Ravel Miroirs

Stravinsky Three Movements from Petrushka

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