What has keys but can’t listen to the beauty it unlocks? A piano. Fortunately, you yourself are able to experience this beauty performed by Pianist Manual Sanguino from the comfort of your own home.
Let’s drift away on the beautiful classical sounds this afternoon. For classical music connoisseurs: Manuel Sanguino will play Beethoven’s Sonata No.31 Op.110 (first movement), Chopin’s Scherzo No.2, and Requiebros, Coloquio en la reja, El amor y la muerte by Granados- Goyescas.
Manuel Sanguino (29-11-1998) was born in the Dominican Republic and moved in 2010 to the Netherlands winning many prizes from then on, amongst which the prestigious ‘Prinses Christina Concours’. He played all the big concert halls in the Netherlands.
A tip when listening in from home: lie down, pull up a blanket, close your eyes and relax. And enjoy this great musical journey.
This concert is organized in collaboration with student culture association Quadrivium.
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