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Ingrid Fliter, Queen Elizabeth Hall | reviews, news & interviews

Ingrid Fliter, Queen Elizabeth Hall

Ingrid Fliter, Queen Elizabeth Hall

Argentinian pianist shows she is as good a Beethovenian as a Chopinist

Argentinian pianist Ingrid Fliter has 'an engineer's feel of logistics, a circus entertainer's eye for variety and a bombardier's sense of timing'
We all make mistakes. I was absent for the start of Ingrid Fliter's Tempest sonata at her Queen Elizabeth Hall debut. Fliter was absent (mentally speaking) for much of the final movement of the Appassionata. The parts of Fliter's recital that we were both wholly present for, however, suggested she may well be as good a Beethovenian as she is a Chopinist.

The Nocturne saw her foul up several times, her rendition serially flopping onto its bottom like a toddler

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