S.Prokofiev:Piano Concerto No. 3 in C major, Op.26
Then pianist Ms. Matsuda appears.
Mr. Fujioka’s personality is evident in the beautiful melodies where the middle part of the first movement of the orchestra and the strings of the third movement overlap.
In the second movement, the piano was very powerful, but there was a place where I couldn’t hear it at all because of the orchestra. Is this all right?
Prokofiev’s music itself is not melodic or dissonant, and the overall impression is weak.
There was a strict stoic atmosphere that Mr. Matsuda dominated, and it was a performance that seemed to be a mysterious fun.
Strictly clear things come down constantly.
It’s a bit mild, but it’s like a pianist version of Evgeny Aleksandrovich Mravinsky, which is easy to understand for classical music fans.
The part where the piano continues is strictly clear and makes you feel the technique.
The creepy solo of the 3rd movement is also honest and clear, making it feel a bit lucid.
She may be popular if you play towards the customers, but I feel that it is interesting to keep running as it is.
Of the encore
18 Morceaux “Scene dansante, invitation au trepac” C-Dur Op.72-18 Ru-Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Is rhythmical and comical but still strict.
I thought it was this kind of music and I went home and examined it again, but it looks like music with a cuteness that seems to be Tchaikovsky.
This rigorous enjoyment ran through the concert.
I feel like I can expect Beethoven and Schubert as well as Mravinsky’s German products.