Maxim Kinasov: Brahms' Variations on a theme by Paganini
Online Cocktail Concert Series
Brahms Variations on a theme by Paganini, Op 35 (Book 1)
Ahead of his appearance in the 2021 Festival, pianist Maxim Kinasov performs finger-busting pyrotechnics and delicate arabesques in the first of our online summer cocktail series. Using the theme from Paganini's famous Caprice No 24 in A minor for solo violin, the piece is a stunning demonstration of Brahms' compositional skill.
This online concert will be premiered on King's Lynn Festival's YouTube channel at 6pm on Thursday 10 June, and will then be available for you to watch at your leisure.
The concert was filmed in King's Lynn Town Hall in May 2021, thanks to generous support from DCMS's Culture Recovery Fund.
About Maxim Kinasov
Born in Moscow, Maxim Kinasov began piano lessons at the age of five, making his concerto debut at the age of nine and his recital debut a year later. A pupil of Ashley Wass at the Royal Northern College of Music, he won its most prestigious gold medal award, making his Wigmore Hall debut in the spring of 2019.
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