by Azarin Sadegh
updated 24-Mar-2010

Album: Soheil Nasseri plays Beethoven, Rachmaninoff, Sorabji
Now available internationally from Centaur Records, Inc.

The New Yorker has called pianist Soheil Nasseri “one of New York’s most prolific recitalists.” Since the fall of 2001, the 29-year-old has performed eighteen completely different solo recital programs in New York, all without repeating a single piece: thirteen at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, and five at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center. These concerts included 21 premières of contemporary works in addition to 28 of Beethoven’s 32 piano sonatas, a part of Mr. Nasseri’s pledge to perform all of Beethoven’s works involving piano—including the chamber music and lieder—by the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth in 2020 >>>

Ey Iran
Largo, con gran espressione (Beethoven)
Allegro molto e con brio (Beethoven)
Sonata No. 0 (Sorabji)
Allegro molto (Rachmaninoff)
Non allegro - Più mosso (Rachmaninoff)
Allegro agitato (Rachmaninoff)
Rondo: Poco Allegretto e grazioso (Beethoven)
Allegro - Minore (Beethoven)

Azarin Sadegh

Sounds nice!

by Azarin Sadegh on

when is this concert? Is it Soheil's or yours?

The only problem for our dear compatriots would be the last line. They're usually late...very late! what are we supposed to do?




You Gotta Sta't Some where!

by Dr. Prof. (not verified) on

Let's start selling the tickets with discount for seniors and the students upon presetning a valid ID card...

Bar is open during the intermission... coffee, tea, red and white wine, beer and cookie...

Some of the revenue will go to support scholarship for bright and gifted children from financially disadvantage backround...

The door will be closed upon the beginning of performance...

Azarin Sadegh is definitely Rachmaninoff!

by Azarin Sadegh on

Thanks! I am going to fix it...





wrong link

by Shooshtar (not verified) on

he's awesome...

minor fix: the 3rd link from bottom (allegro agitato) isn't by beethoven. sounds rachmaninoffy.