Russian Pianist Boris Berezovsky to have debut performance with Macao Orchestra in Macao

Russian pianist Boris Berezovsky joins hands with German conductor Andreas Delfs to stage the feverish piano concerto by Aram Khatchatourian.

Boris Berezovsky is a distinguished representative of the Russian School of Piano. Macao Orchestra, under the auspices of the Cultural Affairs Bureau, has invited him to stage the concert The Great Pianist: Boris Berezovsky and Macao Orchestra at Macao Tower Auditorium at 8:00pm on Saturday 12th December. Tickets are on sale at Macao Ticketing Network from today. Boris Berezovsky was born in Moscow. Subsequent to his London debut at Wigmore Hall in 1988, he was commended for being as ‘an artist of exceptional promise, a player of dazzling virtuosity and formidable power’ by The Times. Two years later, he won the Gold Medal at the 1990 International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. Boris Berezovsky has established a great reputation, both as the most powerful of virtuoso pianists and as a musician gifted with a unique insight and great sensitivity. On this occasion, he will join hands with German conductor Andreas Delfs, who has been widely acclaimed in Europe and the United States for decades, to stage the feverish piano concerto by Aram Khatchatourian. Macao Orchestra will render Symphony No. 6 by Antonin Dvořák in the second half of the concert. The concert programme will undoubtedly boast a rich aura of exoticism well worth waiting for. The prices of tickets for the aforementioned concert are MOP350, MOP300, MOP200 and MOP100, with various discounts available. Tickets are on sale at Macao Ticketing Network from today. 24-Hour Booking Hotline: (853) 2855 5555. For details and programme enquiries, please visit Macao Orchestra website:

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