Beethoven Sonatas Revealed by Marc-Pierre Toth @ Gallery 345

Marc-Pierre Toth gave the first in a series of recitals of Beethoven’s Piano Sonatas prefaced by a quick and lucid demonstration of the themes of each movement, the keys of their developments, so that when he played them, perfectly as far as I could hear, every passage fell into its place in the larger whole, and the four Sonatas from the four stages of the composer’s career also fitted into the timeline of the the Great Ludwig’s creativity. Bravo. Marc-Pierre Toth goes again at Gallery 345 in Toronto on Monday, November 6 @ 8 pm. Not to be missed

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Stanley Fefferman

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