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Instead of a sensual explosion, the object of Florent Schmitt's symphonic etude was to conjure the ghostly fear that infuses an eponymous poem by Edgar Allen Poe.
Leleux’s additional offering was a twittering solo encore, the third of six Etudes for Oboe by Gilles Silvestrini, which sought to evoke Claude Monet’s painting of the bustling Boulevard des Capucines in Paris.
Begins at 7:30 p.m. Friday, with pianist Asiya Korepanova presenting Franz Liszt’s 24 etudes for piano.
Korepanova will play a marathon recital containing all the piano etudes of Liszt on June 16.
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