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Vengerov in Recital

Violin Maxim Vengerov 
Piano Roustem Saïtkoulov​ 

An unforgettable evening in the great tradition of violin recitals. 

This stunning event heralds Vengerov’s tenure as 2017 Artist-in-Residence with QSO. Catch him while you can, up close and personal, in recital. Experience live, the international phenomenon that is Maxim Vengerov.

Duration: Two hours, including a 20 minute interval (subject to change without notice)
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Schubert Grand Duo in A Major
Beethoven Sonata No.7 in C Minor
Ravel Sonata for Violin and Piano in G Major
Ernst Variations on the Irish folk song The Last Rose of Summer (solo violin)
Paganini Cantabile
Paganini (arr. Kreisler) I palpiti

“The stuff of legends” The Times
“Jaw-dropping virtuosity” The Evening Standard
“Edge-of-your-seat excitement” The Guardian
“Engrossing” The New York Times
“Finesse, rigour, extravagance” Le Monde

Gain a deeper insight:
In Conversation with Maxim Vengerov + Alondra de la Parra – Wednesday 22 February 2017 5.30pm

In Conversation



Program Notes

QSO is pleased to provide free concert programs to further enrich your concert experience. Here you will find detailed notes on the composers and repertoire, and biographies of guest artists.

You can help us reduce the cost of these printed programs and reduce the impact on the environment. View the program notes online prior to the concert, or download only the sections you wish to bring to the concert. And if you do need a printed program, please take one between two and keep it for the month of concerts.


Artist-in-Residence 2017

Maxim Vengerov

Universally hailed as one of the world’s finest musicians, and often referred to as the greatest living string player in the world today, Grammy award winner Maxim Vengerov also enjoys international acclaim as a conductor...
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Roustem Saïtkoulov​

Roustem Saïtkoulov was born in Kazan (Russia). He started playing the piano at the age of four and entered the Kazan Conservatory junior classes when he was six years old. He went on to study...
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The Artist-in-Residence program is supported by the T & J St Baker Charitable Trust.
Co-presented by QSO and QPAC.
Proudly supported by The University of Queensland.