Katarzyna Feiner (L) and Soroush Zali
Katarzyna Feiner (L) and Soroush Zali

Polish Violinist, Iranian Pianist in Duet

Polish Violinist, Iranian Pianist in Duet

Iranian pianist Soroush Zali and Polish violinist Katarzyna Feiner are to perform a duet at Niavaran Cultural Center in Tehran on July 25.
The violin & piano duet will cover Opus 137 composed by Austrian composer Franz Schubert (1797-1828); and Violin Sonata No. 3 in D minor, and Opus 108 by German composer and pianist Johannes Brahms (1833-1897), the last of his violin sonatas.
Thhree sonatas or so called sonatanas of Schubert’s Opus 137 will be included in the repertoire: Sonata in D major Op. 137 No. 1, D. 384; Sonata in A minor Op. 137 no. 2, D. 385; and Sonata in G minor Op. 137 no. 3, D. 408.
Zali, 36, is a graduate from Petro Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine. He has performed concerts in Iran, Poland and Ukraine, including a previous duet with Feiner in Poland in March 2016.
Tickets are available at Iran iranconcert.com, the website where the event is publicized. Niavaran Cultural Center is located at the northern end of Pasdaran Street, across Niavaran Park.


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