Admission Price: Free to attend; please reserve a place, since capacity is limited
A programme reflecting the changing eras of Soviet Russia through three powerful sonatas for piano. Works by Mosolov and Ustvolskaya frame Prokofiev's wartime sixth sonata, described by Sviatoslav Richter as introducing into the composer's work "the terrifying pulse of twentieth-century music".
- Alexander Mosolov, Piano sonata no. 4, op.11 (1925)
- Sergei Prokofiev, Piano sonata no. 6 in A major, op. 82 (1940)
- Galina Ustvolskaya, Piano sonata no. 4 (1957)